Two men who police say were heavily armed with multiple weapons and ammunition outside of a Boston Pokemon card tournament last month will be held without bail for at least four months as they await trial.
At a bond hearing covered by the AP, Judge Thomas Horton rejected defense lawyer Steven Goldwyn’s arguments that 27-year-old James Stumbo and 18-year-old Kevin Norton were simply engaging in “vague bravado talk” when they posted messages to social networks showing the weaponry and alluding to violence at the tournament. “This is just the way they all spoke to each other,” Goldwyn said.
He also noted that the suspects cooperated with police and didn’t attempt to flee Boston in the two days between the police discovery of the guns and their arrest.
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