AG's Office Gets Injunction Against Truro Man

A Truro man has been ordered to keep his distance from a married couple, their friend, and a Provincetown bar after using a homophobic slur and violently attacking them at the bar because of their sexual orientation.

The Attorney General’s Office, on April 10, filed a civil complaint against Scott Rego, 49, alleging he violated the state’s civil rights law when he attacked the trio inside The Underground on December 3, 2017.

Barnstable Superior Court Judge Gary Nickerson granted a preliminary injunction against Rego, prohibiting him from contacting the victims, their families, or any witnesses in the case. Rego is also prohibited from coming within 25 yards of the victims, within 50 yards of their residences and places of employment, and from attempting to gain entry to The Underground, the Provincetown bar where the incident occurred.

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