WESTPORT, Conn. Ansonia resident Welsey Dorsey was turned in to Westport police last Tuesday by bail enforcement officers on three failure to appear warrants, police say.
The first warrant stemmed from an April 6 incident in which Dorsey, 34, was charged with second-degree breach of peace. The second warrant is from an April 8 arrest in which Dorsey was charged with first-degree criminal trespass. The third warrant, police say, stemmed from an April 5 arrest in which he was charged with second-degree threatening.
Dorsey could not post a total of $4,500 in bonds and was arraigned in Norwalk Superior Court on Wednesday morning. He is next due in court Sept. 28.
Also from the police blotter:
? Stratford resident Sienna Peterson and Dorothy Freelove of Bridgeport were arrested in Westport on Aug. 12 after the manager of LF, a clothing store on Main Street, reported seeing the duo shoplift, police say.
The manager told police she saw Peterson, 23, bend down in a corner of the store and shove white shirts into her purse. Peterson was accompanied by Freelove, 23. The manager said she then followed the women outside and asked them about the clothing she saw them take, but they drove away, police said.
Peterson and Freelove were pulled over a short distance away in Parker Harding Plaza. The value of the stolen clothing totaled $1,194. Both were charged with fourth-degree larceny. They were released after posting $1,500 each and are due in court Monday.
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