AUGUSTA — The six people arrested after a stabbing Friday in Chelsea and a subsequent drug raid Saturday in Farmingdale made initial court appearances Monday via video from the Kennebec County jail.

Jasmine Swift, 26, of Augusta and Farmingdale, the stabbing victim, had been treated at MaineGeneral Medical Center in Augusta and released. She is charged with unlawful possession of heroin.

William Baghdoyan, representing Swift as a lawyer of the day, said the police affidavit had too little information about why Swift was being charged or why the car she was in was stopped by police.

“My understanding is she was stabbed numerous times in the left arm and has a broken arm as well,” Baghdoyan told Justice Robert Mullen. “They’re talking to her as a victim of a crime, and they do a search of her.”

The affidavit said the vehicle Swift was driving contained heroin. It also said that when she was told she was being arrested, she pulled a hypodermic needle and a bag of heroin from under her shirt.

Assistant District Attorney Tracy DeVoll sought bail at $1,000 cash along with a Maine Pretrial Services contract. DeVoll said Swift had “a significant record as a juvenile.”

Mullen set bail at $500 unsecured with a contract. He said he would allow her to be released from jail prior to the contract being finalized after Baghdoyan said Swift was supposed to see a surgeon about her arm Monday.

Conditions of bail prohibit her from possessing illegal drugs and from contact with four of the others arrested Friday.

The woman accused of stabbing Swift, Tatyana N. Tomlinson, 20, of New York City, is charged with aggravated assault. Mullen set her bail at $15,000 cash with prohibitions against possessing illegal drugs, firearms and dangerous weapons and from having contact with Swift. Tomlinson also is prohibited from leaving Maine without written permission from the court.

Tomlinson told the judge that she has been living most recently in Chelsea.

DeVoll asked for $25,000 cash bail for Tomlinson, citing a lack of ties to the state and addresses in the Bronx and Brooklyn. DeVoll also said Tomlinson has a criminal record that includes an assault in 2015 in New York and other charges of menacing with a weapon and intent to cause bodily injury.

She said there is a warrant from New York for Tomlinson’s arrest, but that the Kennebec County District Attorney’s Office has yet to file a fugitive from justice charge because it wants to first deal with the Maine charge.

Mullen set bail at $10,000 cash for Wendell H. Bazemore, 29, of New York, charged with unlawful trafficking in heroin.

Conditions of Bazemore’s bail include a curfew of 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., and prohibit him from having illegal drugs and leaving the state without the court’s permission.

DeVoll asked for $50,000 cash bail, saying 13 grams of heroin were found. She said the state was concerned that Bazemore might not have given his correct name. Documents show he was carrying a non-driver New York ID without a photo, but the ID also says the person is 5-foot-4 and the defendant is visibly taller than that. Bazemore told the judge he could get identification confirmation sent to Maine immediately.

DeVoll also said Bazemore has convictions for possession of forged instruments, identification theft and robbery.

Mullen ordered Courtney Peaslee, 24, of Farmingdale, charged with unlawful trafficking in heroin and violating conditions of release, held on $5,000 cash bail, but agreed it could be reviewed at a later date.

Attorney Lisa Whittier, representing Peaslee, said Peaslee is scheduled to enter an in-patient drug treatment program. DeVoll said bail could be arranged to allow that if she saw proof that Peaslee was to be admitted for treatment.

Bail for Megan Woodcock, 18, charged with unlawful trafficking in drugs, was set at $2,000 cash or $2,000 unsecured with a Maine PreTrial Services contract. Mullen also imposed conditions prohibiting her from possessing scheduled drugs and alcohol, the latter because of her age.

Lindsay Traynum, 31, of Sidney pleaded not guilty to charges of misuse of a public instrument and violating conditions of release that allegedly occurred Friday in Chelsea.

Mullen set her bail at $200 cash or $200 unsecured with a Maine Pretrial Services contract.

Traynum is currently on bail on charges of unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, and DeVoll said Traynum also is on probation for drug possession.

Peaslee, Woodcock, and Bazemore were all arrested in the raid at the Hill Street Apartments in Farmingdale.

While Traynum was arrested along with the others, she was not charged Monday in connection with that case.