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QUINCY, Mass. — A man who police say was beaten into unconsciousness in a Quincy bar last week has been taken off life support, according to his family, our news partners at The Patriot Ledger reported Wednesday. Advertisement Watch the reportJackie Curry, of Quincy, said Wednesday morning that her nephew, Keith Boudreau, 42, was removed from life support Monday, a week after police say he was knocked unconscious in an unprovoked attack at the Home Ice Sports Bar in Quincy Center. Curry was in Quincy District Court to attend a dangerousness hearing for Paul J. Fahey, the Germantown man accused of attacking her nephew and dragging him unconscious out of the bar.Fahey, who is facing charges of assault and battery causing serious bodily injury and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, has been ordered held without bail.Boudreau’s family released a statement Wednesday calling him a “loving, caring son, father and brother.” The family said Boudreau has two boys, ages 8 and 15, who “think the world of him.””Keith is the kindest person,” the statement said. “Even on his worst days, he is kinder than most. He would not hurt a person; he just didn’t have it in him. He knew no color barriers, he didn’t judge people.”The statement, which was released by the district attorney’s office, also confirmed that Boudreau had been removed from life support and “is not expected to survive.”Fahey’s arrest this past Thursday came after he was identified by a reluctant witness who told investigators he was scared for his life because of Fahey’s reputation as a “dangerous person,” according to police reports. The witness, who initially told police he knew nothing about the attack, later told them he had lied, because he was afraid of what would happen if he told police what happened. “I am scared for my life,” he told them.According to the witness, Fahey was sitting at the bar in the Home Ice Sports Bar on March 23 when he got up and, without provocation, hit a man who had just walked in with a right hook. After the man collapsed to the floor unconscious, the witness said Fahey stomped down on his head.The witness told police Fahey then dragged the other man through the bar’s kitchen and out a back door. He said Fahey tried to dump water on the man and then left the bar with his girlfriend.Police said surveillance footage from the bar shows Fahey dragging the unconscious man out of the bar through the kitchen doors with the witness’s help. Fahey is then seen meeting two other men outside the bar and throwing a mock punch, apparently reenacting what happened earlier inside the bar, police said.Fahey was arrested Thursday after an officer spotted him driving a Lincoln near the intersection of Sea and Palmer streets. Police said Fahey was carrying a 5-inch sheath knife and had several smaller knives in the door and console of the car, along with a pair of gloves with hardened plastic fitted over the knuckles.

Home Ice Sports Bar

Stanley’s Sports Bar is located on the second level of Solar4America Ice at San Jose, Stanley’s is situated over the East, Center, and North rinks with great vantage points of each. Stanley’s is a great place to catch home or away Sharks games, football games, baseball games, or just to meet up with friends and teammates after your hockey game. Stanley’s Sports Bar features a mountain chalet look and feel including a large four sided fireplace. With a state of the art sound system, and hi-def plasma televisions, we offer a variety of satellite TV packages, including NHL Center Ice. Stanley’s Sports Bar offers the NFL Sunday Ticket and the Big 10 Network, various video games, as well as a pool table for your event. A private conference room can offer meeting space for up to 20 people, or a staging area for your larger event. With a wireless microphone, and A/V capabilities – bring your next meeting or presentation to Stanley’s Sports Bar.

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Jackie Curry, of Quincy, said Wednesday morning that her nephew, Keith Boudreau, 42, was removed from life support Monday, a week after police say he was knocked unconscious in an unprovoked attack at the Home Ice Sports Bar in Quincy Center. Curry was in Quincy District Court to attend a dangerousness hearing for Paul J. Fahey, the Germantown man accused of attacking her nephew and dragging him unconscious out of the bar.

According to the witness, Fahey was sitting at the bar in the Home Ice Sports Bar on March 23 when he got up and, without provocation, hit a man who had just walked in with a right hook. After the man collapsed to the floor unconscious, the witness said Fahey stomped down on his head.

Stanley’s Sports Bar offers the NFL Sunday Ticket and the Big 10 Network, various video games, as well as a pool table for your event. A private conference room can offer meeting space for up to 20 people, or a staging area for your larger event. With a wireless microphone, and A/V capabilities – bring your next meeting or presentation to Stanley’s Sports Bar.

Available ice, whenever you need it. Drop-in, book or contract ice on a whim! Learn More Book an event! Gather with friends, family or colleagues. We personalize each event with catering options and great ice rates. Learn More

Stanley’s Sports Bar is located on the second level of Solar4America Ice at San Jose, Stanley’s is situated over the East, Center, and North rinks with great vantage points of each. Stanley’s is a great place to catch home or away Sharks games, football games, baseball games, or just to meet up with friends and teammates after your hockey game.

Belfry Hall received approval from the City of Quincy’s licensing commission and could be open by late summer or early fall in the former Home Ice Sports Bar Space. The restaurant will be an “urban beer hall” serving pub-style fare and fresh oysters, according to a rep. Blume, as executive chef, will craft the menu of international pub fare.

Police said surveillance footage from the bar shows Fahey dragging the unconscious man out of the bar through the kitchen doors with the witness’s help. Fahey is then seen meeting two other men outside the bar and throwing a mock punch, apparently reenacting what happened earlier inside the bar, police said.

Stanley’s Sports Bar features a mountain chalet look and feel including a large four sided fireplace. With a state of the art sound system, and hi-def plasma televisions, we offer a variety of satellite TV packages, including NHL Center Ice.

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