UPDATE, 6 p.m.
WESTBOROUGH, Mass. — Oscar Hernandez, 28, of Ashland, was charged with speeding, operating without a license, possession of ammunition without a license and OUI Thursday at Westborough District Court.
He was released on $500 bail after a request to deny bail, because of an outstanding warrant from Framingham District Court, was not approved. His bail stipulates that he is not allowed to consume alcohol, and must submit to random screenings.
Jose Encarnacion, 29, of Milford, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. He was released on $250 bail.
Both are due back in Westborough District Court on April 26.
WESTBOROUGH, Mass. — An early Thursday morning traffic stop in Westborough led to an OUI arrest, and another on a disorderly person charge.
Westborough officer Caleb Polseno pulled over a Ford Escape, being operated by Oscar Hernandez, 28, of Ashland, and traveling 77 mph in a 45mph zone, police said.
After a field sobriety tests, Polseno placed Hernandez under arrest on charges of operating under the influence, and operating with a revoked license. Hernandez was also found to have a "plastic bag containing ammunition," and there was an outstanding warrant from Framingham District Court.
The passenger in the vehicle, Jose Encarnacion, 29, of Milford, was also arrested by Officer Brian Massey on charges of disorderly person and resisting arrest.
According to police records, Encarnacion was accused of "yelling and threatening to assault" Massey. Police records said Encarnacion attempted to exit the vehicle several times before being placed him under arrest "after a struggle."
Hernandez was held without bail on the arrest warrant and Encarnacion was held on $500 bail.