On the books: Anaconda police reports

2012-11-17T00:30:00Z On the books: Anaconda police reports Montana Standard
November 17, 2012 12:30 am

Anaconda police reports

Dalayna Harnett-Baker, 33, of Anaconda, was arrested Thursday and charged with misdemeanors drunken driving, driving without insurance and driving while suspended or revoked. She pleaded not guilty in justice court, and remains in jail on $1,385 bond. A trial will be scheduled in March.

Sebastian Seminole, 19, of Anaconda, was arrested Nov. 9 and cited with minor in possession of alcohol. He was released on $185 bond, and has an initial appearance in justice court scheduled for 3 p.m. Dec. 10.

A resident on East Park Avenue reported on Nov. 11 that someone broke into her apartment. Police are investigating, and have a suspect.

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