A Plymouth judge Monday ordered a Vineyard man accused of going on a violent spree over Memorial Day weekend be held without bail because of the potential danger he poses to the community. 

Jared Ravizza, 27, will be detained at the Plymouth County House of Corrections after Plymouth District Court Judge Julie Bernard determined him to be dangerous, according to court records. 

Mr. Ravizza had been living on the Vineyard for several years, and underwent a mental health exam at Bridgewater State Hospital to determine if he is competent to stand trial. Monday’s ruling confirms he is competent, according to Plymouth County District Attorney spokesperson Beth Stone. 

Mr. Ravizza allegedly killed a friend, 70-year-old Bruce Feldman, and two dogs in Deep River, Connecticut, before going to stab four girls at a Braintree movie theatre and then two workers at a Plymouth rest stop McDonald’s on the evening of May 25. 

Monday’s court hearing was for the Plymouth stabbings, which sent a 21-year-old woman and a 28-year-old man to local hospitals.

If a judge finds a person to be dangerous, the court can order them to be detained for up to 120 days. 

Mr. Ravizza was also recently charged in Barnstable District Court for charges connected to the alleged car chase he led state police on after the McDonald’s stabbings. 

Mr. Ravizza was apprehended after he crashed his black Porsche SUV, the same vehicle seen in Braintree and Plymouth, in Sandwich.

In Barnstable court on June 25, he pleaded not guilty to operating under the influence of drugs, operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stop for police, reckless operation of a motor vehicle and resisting arrest.

Mr. Ravizza is scheduled to be back in Plymouth for a probable cause hearing on August 6. He has hearings later this month on the Braintree stabbings, as well as assault charges stemming from an alleged attack on his father in West Tisbury.