Chicopee man charged with mayhem in Westhampton incident

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – A judge has revoked the bail of a Chicopee man charged in connection with two separate violent incidents.

Northwestern District Attorney Spokeswoman Mary Carey told 22News Patrick Bousquet, 21, was arraigned Monday on charges of assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, a beer bottle, and mayhem, in connection with a May 4th incident in Westhampton. Bousquet allegedly hit a 21-year old man on the back of his head with a beer bottle and then slashed the victim’s neck with the broken bottle. The Hampshire Superior Court Judge set Bousquet’s bail at $10,000.

Bousquet also has a case pending in Holyoke District Court where he is charged with assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, a shod food.  Bousquet allegedly stomped a person in the head as he laid on the ground in Holyoke in March of last year.   The judge granted a motion to have Bousquet’s bail revoked in that case and he is currently being held without bail for 60 days.

Bousquet is due back in court on June 13 for pretrial conference.

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