Pawtucket Man in Dartmouth Double Stabbing Deemed Dangerous
NEW BEDFORD — The man accused of stabbing two people in Dartmouth over a week ago has been deemed a danger to the community.
The Bristol County District Attorney's Office says Sadaryl Parham, 24, of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, was ordered held without bail during his dangerousness hearing Monday in New Bedford District Court.
Parham allegedly stabbed two Fall River men outside of the Dunkin' Donuts/AT&T plaza on Route 6 in Dartmouth on March 14. Both victims were hospitalized, one with serious injuries.
Parham was arrested after crashing his car off of Reed Road during an escape attempt.
Parham has been charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (two counts), assault to murder, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, failure to stop for police, negligent operation, marked lanes violation, and speeding in connection to the incident.
He returns to court on April 8 for a probable cause hearing.