Suspect in Wakefield golf club attack held without bail

WAKEFIELD, MASS. (WHDH) - A man accused of attacking his friend with a broken golf club in Wakefield was in court on Wednesday.

Police said Beverly man Curtis Day, 18, attacked friend Matthew Dow, also 18, at the Braveheart Reservation. The two and another friend allegedly told police they took LSD, marijuana and heroin while there.

Dow, who was impaled through the shoulder by the golf club, was airlifted to the hospital with serious injuries. He remains hospitalized in stable conition.

After the attack, police said Day stole a car and drove off erratically. He allegedly ditched the car on Main Street in Wakefield, where he was taken into custody.

Day was ordered held without bail.

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