GLOVERSVILLE — The city Police Department said its officers made the following arrests from Aug. 30 through Sept. 12:
• Alexander Joseph, 35 years old, on a bench warrant.
• Harold D. Fox, 43, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest, Obstruction of Governmental Administration.
• Christopher J. Oldenburg, 18, Assault in the Third Degree, Disorderly Conduct.
• Todd A. Young, 48, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th Degree.
• Chyna S. Mann-Baker, 25, Disorderly Conduct.
• Emali M. Banovic, 19, on a Bench Warrant.
• Joseph F. Pagano, 44, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th Degree, and a Bench Warrant.
• Kyle W. Lander, 19, False Personation.
• Brandyn S. Ainsworth, 28, Criminal Mischief in the 3rd Degree, Criminal Tampering in the 3rd Degree.
• Ronald M. Snyder, 41, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 4th Degree, Fugitive from Justice.
• James R. Sweet, 37, Obstruction of Governmental Administration 2nd Degree, Harassment 2nd Degree.
• Douglas A. Billa, 18, Obstruction of Governmental Administration 2nd Degree.
• Joshua E. Greco, 31, Arrest Warrant X 2.
• Harvey L. Cook, 49, Bench Warrant.
• James A. Stouter, 32, Parole Violation.
• Chelsie K. Aguilera, 31, Bench Warrant, Identity Theft in the 2nd Degree, Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 4th Degree.
• Charles L. Gray, 45, Obstruction of Governmental Administration, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th Degree.
• Davonte G.S. Morrison, 21 Year Old Male, Harassment 2nd Degree.
• Troy M. Hayes, 27, Harassment 2nd Degree.
• Justin J. Wilson, 30, Arrest Warrant.
• Tywann K. Johnson, 35, Driving While Intoxicated.
• Jessica L. Stevens, 37, Bench Warrant.
There were a total of 562 calls for service the past two weeks. Twenty-nine of these were domestic violence complaints, police said. Fifty-nine were disorderly conduct complaints. There were three reported overdoses, none were fatal, police said
The fatal car and pedestrian motor vehicle accident which occurred on East State Street on Saturday, remains under investigation, police said.
“The characterization that the accident was a ‘hit and run’ is not accurate,” police said in a news release. “The individual who was operating the motor vehicle which struck the pedestrian remained on scene, has been identified, and is cooperating with the Police investigation.”