Nov 3, 2016
Scott Crane argues with his attorney; bail now $45,000, stay away order from Safeway and security guard
With a devil may care attitude, Scott Joseph Crane sauntered into Courtroom 1.
Judge John Feeney set bail at $5,000 for Crane's probation case. His bail for the Safeway altercation was set at $45,000.
As expected, the Public Defender was reappointed to represent him. Ms. Meagan O'Connell was present for arraignment.
Crane, at first argued with Ms. O'Connell about a referral for supervised release report frim Probation. "What does supervuse mean?"
He will have a Bail/OR hearing tomorrow afternoon. Trial confirmation on November 17. Jury trial on November 28.
Crane was served with a hundred yard stay away order from Max Neff and Mckinleyville Safeway.
Deputy District Attorney Whitney Barnes was present for the People.