Jared Remy, who was arrested for the murder of his girlfriend on Thursday, has a long history of assaults on girlfriends.
The most recent domestic assault case against Remy, the son of Red Sox announcer Jerry Remy, came just days earlier, and stretch back to 1998, according to records in the Waltham District Court.
On Wednesday, Remy was arraigned in court for striking his girlfriend, Jennifer Martel, with a car mirror. He was released with no bail. On Thursday, Martel was found dead at her Waltham apartment at 1203 Stearns Hill Road.
- In November 2005, Remy was arrested for beating his ex-girlfriend. In the statement to police, she said Remy attacked her as she came to get her belongings from the apartment. He threw a cell phone at her and kicked her.
- Remy was arrested for assault and battery against the same woman in July 2003.
- In March 2003, Remy was arrested for attacking a third woman with a beer bottle and In 2002 he was arrested for threatening to kill someone.
- Remy was arrested in 1998 and charged with malicious destruction of property and assault and battery on a third woman. The incident occurred in Weston.
- Police arrested Remy for attacking a man with a beer bottle in April 2001.
- Remy’s problems are not limited to the court system. The Boston Red Sox fired him from his job as a member of the team’s security staff in 2009 for links to steroids. The drugs were found in the car of another staffer, who said that he got them from Remy, according to a report in the Boston Globe. Remy denied being the dealer, but told the Globe that he did use steroids.