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New Bedford Police arrest woman for the third time in less than 10 days

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A New Bedford woman has been arrested and released three times in less than 10 days by Third District Court here in the city.

On July 2, NBPD Patrol Officers arrested SABRIA CHYTRUS, 29, 979 Pleasant St., for breaking into a parked automobile. During the arrest, Chytrus attempted to stab an Officer with an illegal pocket-knife. She was subdued and disarmed. At the time, Chytrus had an active warrant for her arrest. After being booked and taken to Third District court, she was released on personal recognizance by Judge Thomas Barrett that same morning.

Approximately four hours after her release, Chytrus was observed by Narcotics Detectives engaged in a suspected drug transaction in the area of Belleville Ave/Coffin Ave. She was subsequently stopped and found to be in possession of suspected cocaine and heroin. Chytrus was placed under arrest. She was again released on personal recognizance following her arraignment on Monday morning by Judge David Sorrenti.

Four days later, Narcotics Detectives were conducting surveillance in the Clark St. neighborhood when they observed yet another suspected drug transaction involving Chytrus. She was subsequently placed under arrest for distribution of class B substance “crack” cocaine and conspiracy to violate the controlled substance law. After being arraigned on July 12, she was once again released from custody on a conditioned release by Judge Katie Rayburn.

If you have any information on criminal activity in your neighborhood, the New Bedford Police Dept. wants to hear from you. You can leave an anonymous tip on our voicemail at (508) 991-6300 Ext. 1.

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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