A Stamford Police officer enroute to a programmed patrol call stopped to assist Metropolitan Transit Authority officers who appeared to be involved with two women early Saturday, authorities said Monday.
The officer who stopped to assist discovered the two women were claiming to have been robbed and assaulted by three other females after a verbal altercation earlier as the victims left a Bedford Street bar in Downtown Stamford.
Police said the women described walking along Summer Street when the three other women began yelling at them. The victims then told police the alleged suspects physically assaulted them, throwing one to the ground by her hair, punching and kicking her in her head and face and then taking her purse.
The officer drove the victims around in his patrol car and spotted three women walking down the street. One of the women, identified by authorities as Shanice K. Danvers, 18, of the 2000 block of Mathews Ave. in the Bronx, NY, was alegedly attempting to conceal a tan Coach handbag, which fell from her possession onto the ground as the officer interacted with the three women.
Police said Danvers was also in possession of one of the victim's licenses in her right hand at the time of the stop. Danvers allegedly told officers she found the purse, then admitted to having stolen money hidden in her bra, police said. The two other women accompanying Danvers were a 14-year-old female from Stamford and 15-year-old female from the Bronx in NY.
The victim who claimed to be physically assaulted had her injuries photographed at the scene, but declined medical attention.
Danvers was charged with second-degree robbery, sixth-degree larceny and two counts risk of injury to a child (family). The juveniles were each charged with second-degree robbery and sixth-degree larceny. Danvers' bond was set at $150,000.
Marvin Alvarado, 26, of Lincoln Ave. in Norwalk, was charged Friday ngiht with evading responsibility while causing property damage or injury, interfering with an officer/resisting, failure to grant the right of way/obstruction and illegal operation of a motor vehicle without the proper license class.
Wilfredo Bardales-Gonzalez, 28, of Fairfield Ave., was charged Sunday evening with third-degree assault, disorderly conduct capable of causing minor injury, interference with an officer/resisting and second-degree criminal mischief.
Nefertari Ayana Bashiri, 23, of Stevens St. in Mt. Vernon, NY, was charged Friday afternoon with sixth-degree larceny.
Taft C. Bell, 31, of Third Ave. in New York, NY, was charged early Sunday with disorderly conduct (threatening) and intefering with an officer/resisting.
Savashia K. Bradford, 29, of Atlantic St., was charged early Sunday with second-degree threatening, disorderly conduct (threatening) and third-degree criminal mischief.
Jason Karl Davies, 18, of Rocky Rapid Rd., was charged Sunday evening with driving at an unreasonable speed and failure to drive right.
Yazmin Escudero, 37, of Greenwich Ave., was charged Friday evening with disorderly conduct (capable of causing minor injury)
Ivan Gavrylenko, 28, of Harbor St., was charged Friday night with two counts criminal violation of a restraining order.
Dante Lamar Kelsey, 31, no address given, was charged Saturday night with second-degree breach of peace and two counts second-degree failure to appear.
Ronte Aaron Kelsey, 29, of Pembrook Ave. in Bridgeport, was charged Saturday night with second-degree breach of peace.
Julio Enriquie Linarez, 32, of Havemeyer Pl. in Greenwich, was charged early Monday with second-degree failure to appear and two counts first-degree failure to appear.
Sherlyne Lucien, 18, of Cove Rd., was charged Friday morning with disorderly conduct capable of causing a minor injury.
Lucy Magali-Gonzalez, 34, of Congress St., was charged early Saturday with disorderly conduct and violation of protective order.
Crystal Perrin, 23, of Prolake Rd. in Waterbury, was charged Sunday morning with second-degree breach of peace.
Roodiny David Pierre, 24, of Myano Ln., was charged Saturday afternoon with sixth-degree larceny.
Alan Pierre-Louis, 22, of Harbor Dr., was charged early Saturday with two counts second-degree breach of peach.
Markquan Daishawn Price, 21, of Virgil St., was charged early Sunday with second-degree breach of peace (threatening) and violation of a protective order.
Mannor Solis-Samayoa, 31, of Congress St., was charged early Saturday with disorderly conduct.