Timothy Stahl appears before Judge Murphy, ADA Bob Opsitnik (rt)
Timothy Stahl was arrested yet again by Amherst police Tuesday on a warrant for "failure to appear" in Eastern Hampshire District Court Tuesday morning to be arraigned for his arrest over the weekend for "disturbing the peace."
Naturally he did not wish to go quietly so he was again charged with "disturbing the peace." Only this time he was transported to District Court by APD after spending the night in lock up.
Assistant District Attorney Bob Opsitnik requested $500 bail (which if not paid would keep him behind bars) but Judge Murphy released him on $1,000 "personal surety," meaning if he doesn't show up to his next scheduled appearance March 18 he pays that amount.
He was also assigned a public defender.