Worcester Man Arrested For Second Time In Leicester

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A box of .45 caliber ammunition was found in Sean Davin's vehicle after he was arrested Sunday in Leicester. Photo Credit: Leicester Police Department

LEICESTER, Mass. — A Worcester resident who was arrested after leading Leicester Police on a chase last week found himself locked up in Leicester a second time, and is now facing several additional charges. 

Leicester Police Chief James Hurley said that Sean Davin, 31, of 209 Burncoat St., in Worcester was arrested early Sunday morning after a traffic stop on Stafford Street.

Davin was arrested just over a week ago, along with  Tori Chisholm, 30, of 19 Tatman St., after fleeing from police and crashing the vehicle.

At approximately 3 a.m., on Sunday, Leicester Police Officer Ronald Tarentino stopped the 2000 Acura Davin was driving on a motor vehicle violation.

Davin was unable to produce a license when the officer requested it, and a subsequent check of the Registry of Motor Vehicle’s database showed that it had been revoked. Tarentino then took Davin into custody for operating a motor vehicle after suspension. 

Following the arrest, an inventory search of the vehicle produced an open container of beer, a Crossman Laser sight, a box of .45 caliber ammunition and two fired .357 caliber shells. 

Davin has been charged with operating after revocation (subsequent offense), defective equipment – headlight, failure to wear seat belt, possession of an open container of alcohol and unlawful possession of ammunition.

He was held on bail at the Leicester Police Department and was transported to the East Brookfield District Court for arraignment.

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