Tuesday, June 03, 2014
A Staples High School senior arrested last week by Westport Police with the help of a Taser stun gun after they responded to a report of an intruder appeared today in Norwalk Superior Court with his attorney who sought accelerated rehabilitation (AR) for his client.
If AR is granted—and Roscoe Brown, 18, of 83 Sturges Highway follows through on the program—any record of the May 24 incident on Hyatt Lane (see WestportNow May 27, 2014) will be expunged.
Brown, who appeared before Judge William Wenzel and Prosecutor Kate Donohue, was represented by attorney Fred Ury of Ury & Moskow in Fairfield. He faces the misdemeanor charges of breach of peace and interfering with an officer and the Class C felony of attempted burglary.
Wenzel scheduled the AR application to be reheard on July 9. Shortly after his arrest, Brown was released on a $5,000 bond.
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