Teen charged in crash that killed Somerville officer arrested at Burlington home

BURLINGTON, MASS. (WHDH) - A teenager charged in connection with a weekend crash in New Hampshire that resulted in the death of a Somerville police officer was arrested again Tuesday at a home in Burlington for an unrelated matter.

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Michael Ricci, 18, was taken into custody around 5 p.m. on an outstanding warrant stemming from a probation violation, according to 7News sources.

Video captured by a 7News photographer showed officers escorting Ricci into a Burlington police cruiser.

Police say Ricci was behind the wheel of a vehicle on Sunday that crossed into oncoming traffic on Interstate 95 and struck Officer Louis Remigio in North Hampton.

Remigio, 55, was off-duty and on a motorcycle at the time of the crash. Remigio died at Portsmouth Hospital on Monday night.

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Ricci was set free Monday after posting $10,000 bail. He faces reckless driving charges. Those charges could be upgraded at his arraignment next week.

Sources say Ricci will be held behind bars pending a court hearing Wednesday on the violation.

No additional details were immediately available.

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