Former Superintendent Fred Foresteire is confirmed to be arraigned on seven criminal charges, including indecent assault and battery, on Friday, April 26, in Malden District Court.
The arraignment had been postponed once before due to a new attorney being on the case for Foresteire, but DA Marian Ryan’s office confirmed Tuesday that the arraignment will go forward.
Attorney Gerard Malone, who was listed as Foresteire’s attorney, did not return a phone call for comment in time for this story.
Foresteire, who recently turned 76, has been charged with seven counts of assault and battery for allegedly inappropriately touching three female Everett Public Schools employees.
The specific charged include:
•Indecent assault and battery on a person over the age of 60.
•Assault and Battery.
•And, five counts of indecent assault and battery on a person over the age of 14.