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Concord police log: May 8, 2013

∎ Sabrina Galusha, 19, of McKinley Street was arrested April 6 at the Concord Police Department where she turned herself in on a warrant and was charged with possession of a controlled drug. The police said methamphetamines and marijuana was seized. She was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court May 6.

∎  Wayne McMann, 40, of Washington Street was arrested April 6 on a bench warrant issued for not paying court fines. He was released on $500 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court April 8.

∎  Daniel Campbell, 22, of Tee Dee Drive in Belmont was arrested April 6 and charged with simple assault. The police said Campbell had been arrested by the Tilton Police Department on a warrant. The police said the incident took place Feb. 8 at 30 Cherry St. in Concord. He was scheduled to appear in court May 6.

∎  Alexander Papastefanou, 29, of Berry Avenue in Pittsfield was arrested April 7 and charged with two counts of attempting to commit burglary. The police said Papastefanou was arrested after a man reported that he believed someone was in his house. The man said he heard someone in his hallway say “it’s okay” to his barking dogs. The police found no one in the home when they arrived. The police said a woman next door then reported a man in her apartment that she did not know. The police later identified Papastefanou and believed he had entered both of the homes. He refused bail and was scheduled to appear in court the following day.

∎  Bryan Batchelder, 43, of Franklin Road in Salisbury was arrested April 7 and charged with theft after an employee at the Hannaford on Fort Eddy Road reported seeing him steal disposable razors and a bottle of wine from the store. He was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court May 13.

∎  Sabrina Baker, 21, of Summer Street was arrested April 7 on a bench warrant issued for not appearing in court on a charge of issuing bad checks. Baker was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court April 8.

∎  Robert Glodgett, a 50-year-old homeless man, was arrested April 8 on two bench warrants, one for contempt of bail and another on a charge of receiving stolen property. He was released on $500 personal recognizance bail on one warrant and a $2,000 personal recognizance bail on the second. He was scheduled to appear in court April 9.

∎  Gary Parmenter, 61, of Hampshire Drive was arrested April 8 and charged with driving while intoxicated and transportation of alcohol in an open container. The police said Parmenter was arrested after an officer saw him driving on Mountain Road and believed him to be intoxicated. He was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court April 29.

∎  Shirley Budgett, 38, of North State Street was arrested April 8 on a warrant and charged with tampering with a witness. She was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in court May 13.

∎  Joseph Bard, a 29-year-old homeless man, was arrested April 8 and charged with two counts of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer. The police said Bard was arrested by the Manchester Police Department on a Concord Police Department warrant. He refused bail and was scheduled to appear in court that day.

∎  Collin Ainsworth, 21, of Corn Hill Road in Boscawen, was arrested April 8 and charged with driving after revocation or suspension. He was ordered to appear in court May 6.

∎  Shannon Raciot, 20, of Clark Street was arrested April 8 by the Pittsfield Police Department on a Concord Police Department warrant and charged with two counts of theft and one of criminal liability for the conduct of another. The police said hair products were stolen from the Walmart on Loudon Road on March 27. She was released on $3,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court May 13.

∎  Ryan Dawes, 25, of Franklin Street in Franklin was arrested April 9 and charged with two counts of driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated and transportation of alcohol in an open container. The police said Dawes was arrested after an officer observed him traveling 20 miles below the posted limit, make a quick turn and hit another vehicle. The driver kept driving for about 10 seconds after the officer had activated his lights. The police said Dawes smelled of alcohol. He was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court April 29.

∎  Brittany Sanville, 23, of Main Street in Grafton was arrested April 9 on a bench warrant for disorderly conduct and charged with simple assault. The police said Sanville was arrested outside the TJ Maxx on Loudon Road after an officer was called there for a domestic disturbance in progress. Bail was set at $500 cash and she was ordered to appear in court the following day.

What's with all the personal recognizance bails? Even people that didn't show up for court for other charges, are being released on personal recognizance. That will surely make sure they appear this time. Wow!

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