Suffolk County Justice Orders Indictment Arraignments with High Bail Amounts

Hauppauge, New York – A series of arraignments took place before Supreme Court Justice Anthony S. Senft Jr., resulting in several individuals being held on various bails during the pendency of their cases.

RAMIREZ CERRATO was arraigned on January 30, 2024, and was ordered to be held on a $500,000 cash, $1,000,000 bond, or $5,000,000 partially secured bond. CHAVEZ CAMPOS was arraigned on January 31, 2024, and was ordered to be held on a $250,000 cash, $500,000 bond, or $2,500,000 partially secured bond. SERPOS and GARCIA CORNEJO were arraigned on February 2, 2024, and were ordered to be held on varying amounts of bail. JIMENEZ AVILA and a minor were arraigned on February 6, 2024, and were also ordered to be held on specific amounts of bail. ZEPEDA PADILLA, on the other hand, remains at large as of February 9, 2024.

The arraignments come as a result of various legal cases, with each individual being represented by legal counsel. It is important to note that ZEPEDA PADILLA is currently at large, and anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is urged to contact the Suffolk County Police Department or Crime Stoppers.

These arraignments mark a significant step in the legal process for the individuals involved, and they are scheduled to appear in court for the next phase of their cases in the coming weeks. Each individual’s legal representation will continue to play a crucial role as the cases progress through the court system.

The events that transpired in the courtroom display the complex and multifaceted nature of the legal system, highlighting the various factors that come into play when individuals are involved in legal proceedings. As the individuals await their upcoming court dates, the legal process will continue to unfold, and their legal representation will remain instrumental in navigating the intricacies of the justice system.