End Times members in court

Telegram & Gazette


UXBRIDGE — Two men affiliated with the Church of the End Times, a nondenominational church at 19 Industrial Drive that has been the subject of controversy over the past year, were in Uxbridge District Court recently on separate charges.

Dennis H. Stanley, 36, of 41 Murphy’s Way was arraigned Wednesday on a charge of violating an abuse prevention order obtained by his estranged wife, Beth Ellen Merrill Stanley. He was released on personal recognizance.

Mr. Stanley, who co-founded the church with his brother David H. Stanley, 51 Murphy’s Way, and owns the Driveways Corp. paving business with his brother, located at the same address as the church, is prohibited from coming within 100 yards of Ms. Stanley or their home until the order expires Oct. 4.

According to court documents, neighbor Susan Dalpe filed a statement and photographs with police indicating that she saw Dennis Stanley enter and exit his brother David’s house, which is less than 100 yards from Ms. Stanley’s house, on April 14.

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