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Posted Jul 24, 2008 @ 12:48 AM

TAUNTON -

Monday session

Jason G. Furtado, 37, of 93 School St., Unit 2 rear, Taunton, admitted sufficient facts to warrant a guilty finding on a charge of assault and battery. He was sentenced by Judge James McGovern to Bristol County House of Correction for seven months, with a one-day stay granted. The charge was reduced from a charge of attempted murder by strangulation. A charge against Furtado of assault to commit a felony was dismissed. He was arrested Dec. 28 in Taunton.

Paul M. Nash Jr., 24, of 260 Orchard St., Raynham, was arraigned on a charge of violation of an abuse prevention order. A complaint was filed against him Monday after he was arrested Sunday in Taunton. He was held at Bristol County House of Correction in lieu of $1,500 cash bail or $15,000 surety. The case was continued by Judge David Turcotte to Aug. 14.

Alexandra Bohmbach, 22, of 29 Carpenter St., Middleboro, admitted sufficient facts to warrant a guilty finding on a charge of receiving a stolen motor vehicle. She was sentenced by Judge Kevan J. Cunningham to Bristol County House of Correction for one year, with 60 days to serve. The balance of the sentence was suspended for one year. Bohmbach was ordered to remain drug free and to submit to random screens. She was found not responsible on a charge of unregistered operation of a motor vehicle. She was arrested Oct. 4, 2006, in Raynham.

Ayesha Jones, 32, of 34 DeWert Ave., Taunton, was arraigned on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, a knife. A complaint was filed against her July 17 relating to an incident July 7 in Taunton. She was held at Bristol County House of Correction in lieu of $2,500 cash bail or $25,000 surety. The case was continued by Judge David Turcotte to Aug. 7.

Danny L. Faria, 30, of 99 Canton St., Stoughton, was arraigned on a charge of violation of an abuse prevention order. A complaint was filed against him July 18 relating to an incident on July 12 in Easton. He was held at Bristol County House of Correction in lieu of $7,500 cash bail or $75,000 surety. The case was continued by Judge David Turcotte to Aug. 27.

Wednesday session

Frank Ferdinand, 72, of 7 Southwick St., Middleboro, was arraigned on two charges of rape, two charges of indecent assault and battery on a retarded person and a charge of incest. A complaint was filed against him Wednesday relating to an incident Tuesday in Taunton. He was held at Bristol County House of Correction in lieu of $3,000 cash bail or $30,000 surety. The cases were continued by Judge Mary Dacey-White to Aug. 15.

http://www.enterprisenews.com/news/cops_and_courts/x2109422634/Taunton-District-Court-for-July-23
 
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