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District Attorney’s report, April 8

Tammie Dee Bailey was charged on March 24 with exploitation of an older person, $650.00 to $5,000; grand larceny; offense involving stolen property, all felonies and conspiracy to commit exploitation of an older person, first offense, a gross misdemeanor.

Barry Michael Bozonier was charged on March 24 with exploitation of an older person, $650.00 to $5,000; grand larceny; offense involving stolen property, all felonies and conspiracy to commit exploitation of an older person, first offense, a gross misdemeanor.

Lynn Arthur Berkness was charged on March 22 with violation of extended harassment/stalking protective order, two counts, a felony and violation of temporary harassment/stalking protective order, two counts, a gross misdemeanor; harassment, first offense, two counts.

John Thomas Laird, Jr., was charged on March 1 for failing to appear, a felony.

Vincent Paul Brault was charged on March 31 with child abuse and neglect, a felony.

Christopher Robin Webber was charged on March 30 with second degree kidnapping, a felony; domestic battery and coercion, both misdemeanors.

Raquel Ramirez was charged on March 29 with battery with use of a deadly weapon and coercion, both felonies.

Sherler Earl Harris III was charged on March 28 with burglary in violation of protective order; grand larceny in violation of protective order, both felonies; injury to other property and unlawful taking of a vehicle, both gross misdemeanors; and violation of order for protection against domestic violence and stalking, both misdemeanors.

John Tony Whitesell was charged on March 28 with unlawful use of a controlled substance, a felony; possession of dangerous drug without prescription, two counts, a gross misdemeanor; and theft and obstructing a public officer, both misdemeanors.

Brian Patrick Hern was charged on March 28 with sexual assault upon a child under 14 years of age and lewdness with a minor under 14 years of age, two counts, both felonies.

Brian Douglas Johnstone was charged on March 24 with burglary and cheating, two counts, both felonies.

Brett Michael Railsback was charged on March 2 with driving under the influence of alcohol, third offense, a felony.

Peter Dion Williams was charged on March 25 with unlawful use of a controlled substance, a felony; and theft, a misdemeanor.

Robert Leslie Stodghill was charged on March 25 with burglary, a felony; and theft, a misdemeanor.

Rose Marie Trudell was charged on March 21 with unlawful use of a controlled substance, a felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor.

Jacob Vernon Hardy was charged on March 21 with unlawful use of a controlled substance, a felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts, a misdemeanor.

Michael Damon Bridenbaker was charged on March 25 with abuse of an older person, first offense and battery on an older person, both gross misdemeanors.

Michael Jeffrey Turpin was charged on March 30 with injury to other property, a gross misdemeanor; domestic battery and petty larceny, both misdemeanors.

Eric John Gross was charged on March 29 with injury to other property, $250 to $5,000, a gross misdemeanor.

Timothy Hamilton Donnelly was charged on March 29 with battery, a misdemeanor.

Jerry Lee Kerley was charged on March 30 with domestic battery, a misdemeanor.

Tina Marie Armer was charged on March 25 with violation of temporary or extended domestic violence protective order, a misdemeanor.

Morgan Grace Burke was charged on March 21 with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor.

Nancy Lord was charged on Feb. 19 with cruelty to animals (1st or 2nd offense); running at large; dogs and cats, limits; dog license required; and disturbing the peace, all misdemeanors.

Lawrence Robert Moore was charged on Feb. 19 with cruelty to animals (1st or 2nd offense); running at large; dogs and cats, limits; dog license required; and disturbing the peace, all misdemeanors.

Steven Allen Spadoni was charged on March 24 with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor.

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