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2 Charged with Domestic Violence, Interfering with a 911 Call

Trumbull police arrests from the past week.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Trumbull Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.

Domestic Incidents

James William Schwab, 32, of Lorma Avenue, Trumbull, is charged with interfering with a 911 call, disorderly conduct, third-degree assault and two counts of third-degree strangulation.

Police said Schwab and female relative were arguing and he choked her twice. He also grabbed her cell phone when she tried to call 911, police said.

His bond was set at $25,000.

Tommy McMichael Sr., 48, is charged with interfering with a 911 call and disorderly conduct.

His bond was set at $1,000.

Two Face Drug Charges

Andrea Computaro, 23, of Church Street, Hamden is charged with use of drug paraphernalia, possession of narcotics and possession of a controlled substance.

Officers saw her in a car with a pipe used for smoking marijuana and stopped the vehicle on Main Street near Bridgeport, police said. Police found an unmarked medicine bottle of 14 white pills, police added.

Paul T. Basel, 21, of Main Street, Trumbull, is charged with use of a drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct.

Police said he had an argument with a relative and tried to leave in the relative's car, but could not because the fuse was removed. He then tried to take it from the male relative, police said.

Three Accused of Shoplifting

Shanisa Jevon Hudson, 33, of Stillwater Avenue, Stamford, is charged with fifth-degree larceny, possession of a shoplifting device and interfering with police.

Police said Hudson left Kohl's in Trumbull with several bags of clothes that she didn't pay for and entered a car.  But she was stopped by security and caught with pliers, police said.

The merchandise totaled a little more than $500, police said.

Two others were also charged: Natasha Pennywell, 29, and Shawn Pennywell, 31, both of Bridgeport, are each charged with fifth-degree larceny.

All three suspects' bonds were set at $1,000.

Finally, David Caldwell, of Bridgeport, is charged with fifth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit fifth-degree larceny.

Police said Caldwell numerous articles of clothing from Kohl's without paying. He allegedly threw the bags at security guards and entered a car. He was caught after police traced the car. The merchandise totaled about $1,220, police said.

For questions about this blotter, email the Trumbull Patch Editor at aaron.leo@patch.com.

Elliott June 22, 2012 at 03:05 PM
arent people that shoplift smart enough to know they WILL get caught? How stupiod can they be?????
Elliott June 22, 2012 at 03:10 PM
As far as drugs are concerned, I am in the medical profession and understand how dangerous drugs are even pot which people think is harmless. My thought is that the laws need to be changed and allow all drugs. People like myself that have never done them wont automatically start because people can always find where to ge tthem anyway. People that DO use them will buy them from the state, pay TAXWS to the state and it will take the demand OFF the streets hence less crime. What a bloodless way to put the drug cartels out of business and cut out so much crie like carjackings, home invasions, robberies and so much more. let the druggies OD if they want to but they wont need to harm anyone else in the meantime.
MAC June 22, 2012 at 08:54 PM
I doubt that you are a doctor, to be promoting the legalization of "all drugs"! Alcohol use is legal, and regulated by the state, and how well has that worked to prevent access to underage teens, etc.? And how well has that worked to prevent alcohol ABUSE, the countless millions of lives lost in drunk driving, those maimed, and millions of destroyed families and children who are abused/neglected because of alcoholic parents/spouse/or child?!! Then there are the untold hundreds of BILLIONS of $$$ in lost productivity, family dependency, and lost government revenue that would have been paid by alcoholics, who are instead TAKING from the fruits of others' labors. Our governor and legislator have now legalized medical use of marijuana, which is a slippery slope down more wrong-headed easy drug use, imo. For proof, just look up the serious problems, more crime and reduced quality of life in CA counties like Mendocino, Butte and Humboldt since CA legalized medical marijuana in 1996.
Elliott June 23, 2012 at 02:14 AM
Yes alcohol is a problem and when people drink and drive it affects others on the road. This is a great concern. If someone wants to OD on drugs they dont usually make it to the cars first to endanger anyone else however.

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