Thursday, January 31, 2013
President Obama's uncle, Onyango Obama, who admitted to a judge sufficient facts in an OUI arrest in 2011 by Framingham Police, is fighting deportation to Kenya.
Onyango Obama, who admitted to a judge sufficient facts in an OUI arrest in 2011, is fighting deportation to Kenya. Obama, who is the uncle of President Barrack Obama, is scheduled for a deportation hearing on Dec. 3. Obama, is a a Kenyan national, who was ordered to be deported in 1992. Framingham Police arrested Obama on charges of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in August 2011. He agreed to the facts of the case in March 2012, meaning he admitted police had enough evidence to convict him. The case was continued without a finding for a year, but the judge ordered Obama give up his license for 45 days. Obama is fighting to stay here under a federal immigration law that allows permanent residence for illegal …
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Onyango Obama, 67, of Framingham admitted to sufficient facts today in Framingham District Court to charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
Onyango Obama, 67, of Framingham, admitted to sufficient facts today in Framingham District Court to charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor. The Commonwealth recommended a guilty conviction with one year probation and a 45 day loss of license on the count of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor and requested a responsible finding for the failure to yield at an intersection charge. Framingham District Court Judge Douglas Stoddart sentenced the defendant to one year probation and imposed the statutorily mandated probation conditions of attending a driver alcohol education program and incurring a license loss of 45 days. Additionally, Judge Stoddart found the defendant not …
Saturday, December 31, 2011
The Massachusetts State Police will be out in force this holiday weekend trying to keep drunk drivers off the roadways.
- POLICE & FIRE
Saturday, December 31, 2011
The Massachusetts State Police are preparing to conduct sobriety checkpoints on public roadways in Middlesex County tonight, Dec. 31. Checkpoints will be in place late evening Dec. 31 into the early morning hours of Sunday, Jan. 1. Motorists can expect to be randomly stopped at checkpoints on State roadways during these hours and given sobriety tests by State and local police officers. "The purpose is to further educate the motoring public and strengthen the public’s awareness to the need of detecting and removing those motorists who operate under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs from our roadways," said Colonel Marian J. McGovern, Superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police, in a press release. "It will be operated during …