Waltham Police Chief Thomas LaCroix was ordered released from custody and to a mental health facility on Thursday, July 21.
LaCroix, , must follow 13 conditions, which were announced during the 2 p.m. hearing at Concord District Court before Judge Paul Yee.
CONDITIONS (Source: court documents)
- LaCroix must not commit any crimes during his release.
- He must remain in the custody of a family member who will supervise him.
- LaCroix must admit himself to the mental health facility within 24 hours of his release and remain there until he is discharged.
- If he leaves the facility early, LaCroix must report that to the Maynard Police.
- LaCroix must follow any conditions of treatment and medications.
- LaCroix must make sure the Probation Department is notified of any required follow up care.
- LaCroix cannot take any drugs or consume alcohol and submit to random screens for such substances.
- LaCroix must surrender all firearms to authorities. He also is not allowed to have any weapons or be where any are located.
- LaCroix must stay away from the homes and work places of the victims and any witnesses.
- LaCroix must not have any contact with any victim or witness. That order includes phone calls asking where they are.
- LaCroix must attend counseling sessions and follow any recommended treatment conditions.
- LaCroix must “exclusionary zone” around the two victims’ homes and work places. He can only leave his home for treatment, medical appointments, meetings with his defense attorney and religious services.
LaCroix remains on leave with pay and is due back in court on Aug. 3 for a pretrial hearing.
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