Rhode Island, August 01

An 18-year-old East Wareham man who was arrested on two counts of assault with intent to murder for allegedly stabbing two Bridgewater brothers in Wareham Sunday morning was ordered held without bail pending an Aug. 6 dangerousness hearing following arraignment Monday in Wareham District Court.  

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