POLL: Do You Think There Should Be A Harsher Punishment For The Man Leaving Used Needles On Gov. Baker'S Property?
BOSTON (WWLP) – A district court judge in Lynn heard from the first lady of the Commonwealth Monday about an incident that took place at her home in September. A man has been ordered to stay away from Governor Baker’s home in Swampscott after attending a protest at the residence and allegedly leaving used needles behind. Domingos DaRosa, a civil rights activist and City Council candidate has allegedly been picking up needles along Boston’s Methadone Mile and bringing them to the governor’s home.