Plymouth: Accused Marshfield Shooter Freed After Hearing

A Marshfield man accused of firing a shot that narrowly missed a sleeping child is out of jail, but will be closely watched.

The Plymouth County D.A.’s office says a judge in Plymouth District Court has released 25-year-old Sean Curtis into the custody of his parents and required him to wear a GPS monitor.

Curtis must also stay away from the Castle Green Apartments, where the bullet was fired, as well as everyone connected with the case, and is subject to a curfew.  

He will also undergo frequent drug and alcohol testing, and must not be in possession of any weapons.

The restrictions are the result of a two-day dangerousness hearing in connection with the shooting early last Sunday morning.

A bullet penetrated an apartment building wall, and three-month-old Dylan Yubi, who was asleep, was nearly struck.

The child was showered with plaster, but was unhurt.

Investigators found that the argument started among a group of people at the Venus II restaurant in Brant Rock and continued as they arrived at the apartment complex.

Curtis claims he fired in self-defense.


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About Garo Hagopian

Garo Hagopian has been a member of the WATD family as a weekend news anchor since 2008, and has been a writer-producer-editor at WBZ in Boston since 1996.