Casella charged with OUI, faces court

April 10, 2007
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City Councillor Mark Casella was charged last night for driving under the influence of alcohol and for driving recklessly by Revere Police who found Casella bleeding from the forehead in the basement of his home following a car accident in which Çasella apparently hit another car on Geneva Street as he was coming home.

Revere Police said a pool of blood was found on Casella’s front doorstep and that when found in his basement, Casella was bleeding from a cut on his forehead. He was transported to the Whidden Hospital for stiches and treatment. He was charged with DUI afterward.

  • Carmela

    First the “scandal ” that rocked Revere HS with the “outstanding” Ryan Bailey running off with an RHS student…no follow-up….now, Casella in toreuble again…first, with mail service at his former post in Belmont…now …DUI……so: now the “Elephant In The Room ” has made Revere once again the laughing-stock of Massachusetts

  • Carmela

    First the “scandal ” that rocked Revere HS with the “outstanding” Ryan Bailey running off with an RHS student…no follow-up….now, Casella in toreuble again…first, with mail service at his former post in Belmont…now …DUI……so: now the “Elephant In The Room ” has made Revere once again the laughing-stock of Massachusetts

  • Judith Kasper

    Shouldn’t Mr. Casella be charged with leaving the
    scene of an accident too?

  • Judith Kasper

    Shouldn’t Mr. Casella be charged with leaving the
    scene of an accident too?

  • Gregg MacDonald

    Casella, a city councilor should have been more up to date on the States laws and should have known better.

    Casella and other public service employees, should not receive special treatment. They should be forced to face the same financially draining circumstances and and burden as that of your average Joe’s.

    Casella was not as fortunate as the Andover politician who disapeared into the woods off interstate 93 for three days. He set a learning experience for all who face these potential charges.

  • Gregg MacDonald

    Casella, a city councilor should have been more up to date on the States laws and should have known better.

    Casella and other public service employees, should not receive special treatment. They should be forced to face the same financially draining circumstances and and burden as that of your average Joe’s.

    Casella was not as fortunate as the Andover politician who disapeared into the woods off interstate 93 for three days. He set a learning experience for all who face these potential charges.

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