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Morris County Bail Bonds
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Morris County Bail Bond News
Convicted child molester gets 15 years in prisonThe Decatur DailyATHENS — A Limestone County judge sentenced 60-year-old Michael Stephen Campbell to 15 years in state prison Wednesday for a sex crime involving a 7-year-old child. Campbell, of 17401 Morris Road, Elkmont, was clad in a faded, orange-and-white ...and more »
Law and Order: Homeless Batavia man faces multiple counts of possessing stolen property, allegedly taken from ... - The Batavian
Law and Order: Homeless Batavia man faces multiple counts of possessing stolen property, allegedly taken from ...The BatavianHe is charged with criminal possession of stolen property, 5th, and jailed on $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond. He was scheduled for City Court on ... He is currently incarcerated in Genesee County Jail on similar charges. He was previously arrested after ...
Herald & ReviewElderly man's power of attorney allegedly steals $36000 from himHerald & ReviewSmith appeared in court Friday morning, before Associate Judge Thomas E. Little, who set his bond at $50,000. Smith was released from jail later that day after posting $5,000 cash bail. In addition to writing numerous checks to himself, Smith allegedly ...
Police Report: June 23, 2016The Livingston County NewsFollowing arraignment in Lima Town Court, Shaffer was remanded to the Livingston County Jail on $4,000 cash bail/$10,000 property bond. Shaffer will return to Lima Town Court to answer charges on a later date. Danae R. Pontillo, 29, Mt. Morris, NY, was ...
Police make numerous arrests, respond to theftsJournal AdvocateAt 8:20 p.m. Shashawna Bessie Lanae Johnson, 38, of Sterling, was issued a municipal court summons at 1331 Platte St. for disturbing the peace. At 12:09 a.m. police responded to 316 Elm St. for theft. A red hooded Harley Davidson sweatshirt, pairs of ...
Police: Woman menaced with macheteOneonta Daily Star... of Morris, deputies said in a media release. She was arraigned in Morris Town Court before Judge Joseph Tyson and sent to Otsego County jail in lieu of $1,000 cash or $2,000 bond bail. Gooley was released from jail June 14, a corrections officials ...
Suspect denied lower bailMontrose Daily PressSaying a substantial bond was needed to ensure public safety, Montrose County Judge Ben Morris left bail for an attempted murder suspect at $60,000 Thursday. Lawrence Bate was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of attempted second-degree murder, ...
Daily RecordCharges upgraded for man accused of Mount Olive burglaryDaily RecordPowers spent nearly four months in the Morris County jail until he posted $60,000 through a bail bondsman. Powers was arrested again by Mount Olive police last Thursday over the same burglary but on additional and more serious charges. Powers was ...
Press-EnterpriseRIVERSIDE: Kimberly Louise Long released after judge orders new trialPress-EnterpriseSomeone else eventually admitted to the crime and a judge reversed Morris' conviction, but the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office appealed and won on the grounds that the confession could have been provided during Morris' trial. He remains ...and more »
Police Report: June 2, 2016The Livingston County NewsTammy Morgan, 46, Mount Morris, was charged with driving while intoxicated following a traffic stop. Deforest Dale Jr., 32, Dansville, was charged with assault ... Following arraignment in Lima Town Court, Rogers was remanded to Livingston County Jail ...