Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Selectman Joe Nolan is accused of violating a restraining order.
The court has set a trial date in the case of a Wayland selectman accused of twice violating a restraining order. During a pre-trial conference Tuesday at Framingham District Court, Joe Nolan learned he will be in court July 25 for trial. Nolan is accused of violating a restraining order restricting contact with one of his three children. The first offense allegedly occurred March 4 when Nolan dropped off his older son in a neighbor’s driveway and came within the 100-yard boundary established by the order. The second offense allegedly took place about two weeks later when Nolan dropped off the same son with an ice cream cone that the older sibling then gave to the party named in the restraining order.
Friday, April 6, 2012
Joe Nolan was in court following charges he violated a restraining order in March.
Wayland Selectman Joe Nolan appeared in Framingham District Court today and learned the next court date related to charges he violated a restraining order prohibiting contact with one of his three children. Nolan will next be in court on May 1. Wayland Police arrested Nolan twice in March on charges that he violated a restraining order restricting contact with his 6-year-old son. Police said the first violation occurred when Nolan dropped his 11-year-old son off in a neighbor's driveway at a distance less than the 100 yards required by the restraining order. The second arrest occurred about two weeks later when Nolan dropped off his older son with an ice cream cone that the 11-year-old then gave to the party named in the restraining order…
Sunday, March 25, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Wayland Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned it does not indicate a conviction.
Wayland Selectman Joe Nolan was arrested Friday night and charged with a violation of a restraining order. It is his second arrest on such charges in two weeks. According to a police press release, a complainant called police Friday to report that Nolan had violated a restraining order in place to restrict his contact with one of his three children. Upon investigation, police determined that Nolan had committed the violation and contacted him. Nolan turned himself in at the police station where he is being held until his Monday court date at Framingham District Court. On March 9, Nolan was arrested for the first violation after dropping off one of his other children at a location that came within the 100-yard boundary established by the …
Friday, March 9, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Wayland Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Wayland Police arrested Selectman Joe Nolan Sunday on charges of violating a restraining order. Police responded to a call on the morning of Sunday, March 4, and following an investigation, charged Nolan with a technical violation of a restraining order that requires him to remain at least 100 yards from one of his three children. Wayland Police Chief Bob Irving said the department received a call from Nolan's wife alleging that he had violated the restraining order when dropping off one of his children that morning. Patch obtained a statement from Nolan that states he pulled into a neighbor's driveway to drop off his son following a morning hockey practice and later received a call from police informing him that he "apparently dropped […