Tri-county blotter

Man makes threats over phone: police

MAYFIELD – John W. Fischer, 66, of 10 N. Main St., Broadalbin, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday with second-degree harassment.

Deputies said that while on the phone, he threatened physical harm to someone.

He will appear later in Town Court.

Man allegedly broke car window, hit woman

JOHNSTOWN – Joseph H. Stanton, 32, of 10 Hoosac St., was charged by city police at 10:50 p.m. Wednesday with third-degree criminal mischief and third-degree assault.

Police said he intentionally broke a car window and hit a female victim in the face at 3:03 a.m. Wednesday on Glebe Street.

He will appear later in City Court.

One injured in car accident

JOHNSTOWN – One person was injured in an accident investigated by city police at 4:45 p.m. Thursday on South Comrie Avenue at South Perry Street.

Police said driver Eleanor G. Jordan, 57, of 109 Pennsylvania Ave., complained of a neck injury. She was not immediately taken to a hospital.

Police said Francis W. Reed, 86, of 916 S. Perry St., stated he didn’t see Jordan’s car coming down the road when his van struck that vehicle.

No tickets were issued.

Man charged with unsafe backing

JOHNSTOWN – A driver was ticketed on one charge following an accident investigated by city police at 3:20 p.m. Thursday on North East Avenue, north of East Main Street.

Police said Everett J. Loucks, 55, of 65 Woodside Ave., Gloversville, was ticketed on a charge of unsafe backing.

Police said his pickup truck was stopped in the road and he was backing up to look at an item that was for sale in a front yard. Police said Madeline Cooper, 63, of 202 W. State St., was southbound and noticed Loucks’ vehicle backing. She sounded her horn, but the vehicle continued backing and a collision occurred, police said.

No injuries were reported.

Woman stole sheets from Walmart: police

GLOVERSVILLE -Erin R. Jobin, 38, of 41 E. State St., was arrested by city police Tuesday and charged with petit larceny.

Police said officers were called to the Walmart Supercenter for the report of a larceny. An investigation revealed Jobin removed a set of sheets valued at $80.87 without making payment for the item, and attempted to return it for a refund at the service desk.

Jobin was arrested for petit larceny, processed and issued an appearance ticket.

DWI, marijuana possession charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Adam J. Winney, 22, of 7387 Fish House Road, Broadalbin, was arrested by city police Tuesday and charged with driving while intoxicated, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operator, DWI with a blood-alcohol content greater than 0.08 percent and unlawful possession of marijuana.

Police said officers conducted a vehicle stop on South Kingsboro Avenue near Steele Avenue after observing a vehicle and traffic violation.

During the stop, police said, it was determined Winney was operating the vehicle while intoxicated, and his license was suspended for a previous driving while ability impaired conviction.

A further investigation revealed Winney possessed 9.5 grams of marijuana while in the vehicle, police said.

He was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail with bail set at $1,000 cash or $5,000 bond.

Police: Woman found with stolen property

GLOVERSVILLE – Christine M. Kohout, 36, of 32 S. William St., Johnstown, was arrested by city police Wednesday and charged with criminal possession of stolen property.

Police said a burglary that occurred May 3 at 23 Montgomery St. was reported. During the investigation, it was learned that Kohout possessed property that had been stolen during the burglary, police said.

She was arraigned in City Court and released.

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Assault

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Kyle B. Aguilera, 35, of 17 1/2 N. Melcher St., was charged by city police at 8:46 p.m. Tuesday with second-degree assault, second-degree criminal contempt, fourth-degree criminal mischief and resisting arrest.

Police said he was charged after officers were called to his apartment for a report of an “out of control” person creating a disturbance.

Aguilera was arraigned in City Court and released in lieu of $2,000 cash bail pending further court action.

Criminal trespass

charged

JOHNSTOWN – John R. Luft, 20, of 1183 Route 67, was charged by city police at 8:20 a.m. Tuesday with third-degree criminal trespass.

Police said he was charged at 139 Hall Ave. after allegedly going into the complaintant’s garage. Police said Luft also knocked on several doors in the neighborhood and was allegedly intoxicated during that time.

He will appear later in City Court.

Drunken driving

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Jennifer E. Rivera, 29, 25 Race Course St., Amsterdam, was charged by city police at 2:08 a.m. Monday with failure to stop at a stop sign, driving while intoxicated, and driving with 0.08 percent or higher blood alcohol content.

Police said she was charged after her vehicle was stopped on North Perry Street.

She will appear later in City Court.

Petit larceny

alleged

JOHNSTOWN -Brenda L. Gray, 50, of 310 W. Clinton St., was charged by city police at 6:38 p.m. Sunday with petit larceny.

Police said she was charged at home for allegedly taking clothing out of an undisclosed store at 215 N. Comrie Ave. without paying for the items at 5:45 p.m. Sunday.

She will appear later in City Court.

Drunken driving

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Jerry W. Moss, 41, of 2500 Burlington Road, Roxboro, N.C., was charged by city police at 3:34 a.m. Saturday with speeding, driving while intoxicated, driving with 0.08 percent or greater blood alcohol content, passing a red light, and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.

Police said he was charged after a vehicle stop on North Comrie Avenue.

He will appear later in City Court.

Harassment

alleged

JOHNSTOWN – Michael J. Poultney, 31, of 419 Union Mills Road, Broadalbin, was charged by city police at 7:05 a.m. May 21 with second-degree harassment.

Police said he was charged on Route 29 in connection with an investigation into a family offense at 3 Washington St.

He will appear later in City Court.

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Suspended license alleged

FLORIDA-Dominick A. Garrasi, 23, of 1335 Main St., Rotterdam Junction, was charged by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.

According to deputies, Garrasi was seen driving on Route 30 in Florida on Monday. A deputy stopped Garrasi for a violation and found his license had been suspended. Garrasi was charged and issued tickets to appear in the Town of Florida Court June 12.

Following too closely alleged

JOHNSTOWN – A driver was ticketed on one charge following an accident investigated by city police at 3 p.m. Thursday on North Comrie Avenue, north of Prindle Avenue.

Police said Timothy J. Marlitt, 32, of 9 Prospect Ave., apartment 1, Gloversville, was ticketed on a charge of following too closely.

Police said his car struck the rear of a car driven by William D. Steele, 54, of 345 Jackson Summit West, Mayfield.

No injuries were reported.

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Police: Man shoplifted from Walmart

GLOVERSVILLE – Nathaniel A. Looman, 16, of 55 Third Ave., was arrested by city police Friday and charged with petit larceny.

Police said Looman was observed shoplifting several items from Walmart and was detained by store employees.

He was released on an appearance ticket to return to City Court at a future date.

Man charged with parole violation

GLOVERSVILLE – James P. Eagan, 51, of 38 Third Ave., was arrested by city police May 20 and charged with petit larceny.

Police said Eagan shoplifted several items from Walmart without paying for them.

After being placed in custody, police said, Eagan was found to be on parole, which resulted in New York State Parole being contacted and his parole being violated.

He was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $1,000 cash or $3,000 bond for the charge of petit larceny. He was also held on the parole violation without bail.

Police: Woman kicked officer, damaged cell

GLOVERSVILLE – Rebecca L. Zuckerwar, 27, of 21 Carpenter St., was arrested by city police May 20 and charged with third-degree criminal tampering, second-degree harassment, disorderly conduct and trespassing.

Police said Zuckerwar was a suspect in several aggravated harassment complaints and was being questioned at the police department.

Zuckerwar was free to leave the station, but created a disturbance and kicked a uniformed police officer, police said.

After she was processed for the violations, police said, Zuckerwar was placed in a holding cell to wait for her arraignment in City Court, but while in the cell, she caused damage and was charged with criminal tampering.

She was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $500 cash or $1,000 bond.

Man charged with shooting BB gun

GLOVERSVILLE – Kevin J. Ashley Jr., 52, of 85 North St., was arrested by city police Friday and charged with discharging a firearm within the city limits.

Police said Ashley discharged a BB gun outside of his residence and the BB accidentally struck another person.

He was released on an appearance ticket.

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DWI among charges

against Galway man

JOHNSTOWN – Brian C. Answorth, 39, of 7194 Fish House Road, Galway, was charged by city police Wednesday with driving while intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle with .08 percent blood alcohol content or more, failure to lower high beam lights, failure to keep right and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Answorth was released on appearance and vehicle and traffic law tickets.

City woman charged

with harassment

JOHNSTOWN – Emily C. Brindle, 19, of 128 West Main St., Apt. 2, was charged by city police Monday with second-degree harassment.

She was released on an appearance ticket.

Woman picked up on outstanding warrant

JOHNSTOWN – Conner A. Hoyt, 18, of 27 North St., Apt. 2, Gloversville, was arrested by city police and turned over to Gloversville police May 15 after officers learned she had an outstanding warrant.

Hoyt had failed to pay a fine from 2013, according to Gloversville city police.

Driver allegedly had

pot, but no license

JOHNSTOWN – Carolyn K. Dwyer, 31, of 8 Myrtle Ave., Schenectady, was charged by city police with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, speeding and unlawful possession of marijuana on May 16.

Police said they stopped Dwyer in her vehicle on North Comrie Avenue.

She was released on an appearance ticket.

Woman charged with

unlicensed operation

JOHNSTOWN – Bethany S. Roche, 23, of 10 Cayadutta St., was charged by city police May 14 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding.

Police said they stopped Roche’s vehicle on North Comrie Avenue.

She was released on tickets.

City man faces

harassment charge

JOHNSTOWN – James D. DeRusha, 49, of 27 South Melcher St., was charged by city police with second-degree harassment May 14 after an alleged incident.

DeRusha was released on an appearance ticket.

Man faces charges

after alleged fight

JOHNSTOWN – Clifford A. Rose, 36, of 124 Hoosac St., was charged by city police with second-degree menacing and endangering the welfare of a child May 13.

Police said charges were filed after somebody complained about a fight.

Rose was released on an appearance ticket.

Police: Man, woman stole cigarettes

JOHNSTOWN – Jamie L. Lucas, 27, of Gloversville, was charged with petit larceny today after the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department said he and a female stole cigarettes from the CVS store in the town.

Lucas was released on an appearance ticket. Charges are pending against the woman who was with him, deputies said.

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Petit larceny

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Jessica B. Lott, 31, of 82 Fremont St., was arrested by city police May 14 and charged with petit larceny.

Police said an employee at the Family Dollar Store on Church Street in April reported a shoplifter had left the store.

The employee turned over video footage of the suspect committing the crime and following an investigation, the suspect was identified as Lott, police said.

A warrant was issued for her arrest and she was later located.

She was arraigned in City Court and released.

Criminal mischief

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – John A. Richer, 18, of 330 West Fulton St., was arrested by city police May 11 and charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief.

Police said Richer threw a rock in the direction of a parked car, and it struck the rear window, causing it to break.

He was released on an appearance ticket to appear in City Court at a later date.

Disorderly conduct

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE – Antonio J. McCloskey, 16, of 32 Addison St., was arrested by city police Saturday and charged with disorderly conduct and unlawful possession of alcohol, both violations.

Police said officers were dispatched to a loud music complaint at 4 W. Tenth Ave. and an investigation found McCloskey was responsible for the disturbance. He was also found to be in possession of alcohol with the intent to consume while under the age of 21, police said.

He was taken into custody, processed and released on an appearance ticket to return to City Court at a later date.

Assault

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE – Christopher Carrobis, 24, of 45 West Eighth Ave, was arrested by city police Friday and charged with third-degree assault.

Police said Carrobis was arrested on an outstanding warrant stemming from an incident on April 26 when he entered the home of the victim and caused physical injury.

He was arraigned and released on his own recognizance.

Open container

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – David Shutler, 45, of 235 S. Main St., was arrested by city police Friday and charged with being in possession of an open container of alcohol.

Police said officers responded to the area of the Rail Trail just south of South Main Street after receiving calls reporting an intoxicated male yelling at people passing by.

Authorities found Shutler sitting in the middle of the trail drinking from an open bottle of beer.

He was arraigned and released on his own recognizance.

Open container

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Rebecca Zuckerwar, 27, of 21 Carpenter St., was arrested by city police May 12 and charged with two counts of being in possession of an open container of alcohol.

Police said she was observed by officers around 10:30 a.m. drinking alcohol while in Wandell Park.

She was processed and arraigned before being released.

However, police said later the same day Zuckerwar was observed in the area of Church Street and North Main Street taunting officers by drinking from an open bottle of alcohol.

She was processed and arraigned again, but this time was sent to the Fulton County Jail on $100 cash or $1,000 bond.

Petit larceny

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE – Debbie Gardner, 56, of 22 North Melcher St., was arrested by city police May 13 and charged with petit larceny.

Police said Gardner was observed taking items from Walmart without paying for them.

She was processed and released on an appearance ticket.

Harassment

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE – Todd W. Gannon, 30, of 65 Grand St., was arrested by city police Monday and charged with harassment, a violation.

Police said officers were called on the report that a client was out of control and hitting staff members.

He was released on an appearance ticket.

Criminal contempt

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Daniel F. Ebel, 25, of 77 Prospect Ave. apartment 1, was arrested by city police Monday and charged with second-degree criminal contempt.

Police said Ebel was ordered by City Court to pay a fine from a past arrest and conviction for an open container of an alcoholic beverage, but never did.

A bench warrant was issued and he was arrested after being stopped for a traffic infraction by a New York state trooper.

He was sent to the Fulton County Jail on $50 cash or $100 bond.

Petit larceny

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE- Tiffany M. Alkinburgh, 26, of 1629 Wagners Hollow Road, Fort Plain, was arrested by city police Monday and charged with petit larceny.

Police said she shoplifted various merchandise from the Walmart store without paying for it.

She was detained by store employees and turned over to the police for arrest.

She was arraigned in City Court and released.

Petit larceny

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE – James P. Eagan, 51, homeless, was arrested by city police Tuesday and charged with petit larceny and a parole violation.

Police said Eagan was observed by store personnel attempting to leave the Walmart store with $238 worth of merchandise.

He was charged and during the processing it was learned Eagan was on parole.

Eagan was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $3,000 cash or $5,000 bond.

Criminal choking

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE – Devin J. McCullough, 26, of 13 Steel Ave, was arrested by city police May 11 and charged with criminal obstruction of breathing and third-degree attempted assault, both misdemeanors.

Police said were called to his address for a family offense and an investigation had determined McCullough grabbed a female by the hair, threw her down and held her down with his hands around her throat.

He was arraigned in City Court where he was sent to the Fulton County Jail on $1,000 cash bail or $2,500 bond.

Criminal contempt

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Ivan E. Joy, 46, of 3022 Seventh Ave., Troy, and Sheila M. Young, 43, of 20 Burr St. were both arrested by city police May 13 and charged with second-degree criminal contempt for violating orders of protection.

Police said both Joy and Young were found at Young’s address, which violated orders of protection each of them had for different parties.

Authorities said officers were dispatched to the address to check on the welfare of a person at the request of Schenectady County Child Protective Services.

While at the location, police said, officers observed both were in violation of valid orders of protection issued by Schenectady County Family Court, because they were in the apartment with people both were ordered to stay away from.

Both were arraigned by City Court Judge Traci DiMezza and sent to the Fulton County Jail. Joy had bail set at $2,500 cash or $5,000 bond, while Young had bail set at $1,000 cash or $2,500 bond.

Petit larceny

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE – Austin L. Nellis, 19, of 416 Barlow Road, was arrested by city police May 13 and charged with petit larceny and unlawful possession of marijuana.

Police said Nellis was located while conducting a vehicle stop on West Fulton Street, and a warrant was issued for him related to a petit larceny inciden April 3, when he stole $46 and keys from a residence at 32 Addison St.

Authorities said when Nellis was arrested and searched, he was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana.

He was arraigned in City Court and released on his own recognizance.

Criminal mischief

alleged

ST. JOHNSVILLE – Ronald Campbell, 55, of Hough Street, St. Johnsville, was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief April 28.

During a domestic dispute, police say Campbell damaged the speaker of an audio system.

Campbell was issued an appearance ticket for a later court date.

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Harassment

charged

AMSTERDAM – Rene E. Knudsen, 46, of Amsterdam was charged by state police Wednesday with second-degree harassment.

She was issued an appearance ticket.

Drunken driving

charged

BROADALBIN – Bruce L. Dennison, 71, of Broadalbin was charged by state police Thursday with driving while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol content higher than or equal to 0.08 percent.

He was issued an appearance ticket.

Harassment

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Leo H. Curry, 41, of Gloversville was charged by state police Saturday with second-degree harassment.

He was released on his own recognizance, police said.

Drunken driving

charged

AMSTERDAM – Joseph Brunco, 28, of Johnstown was charged by state police Sunday with driving while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol content higher than or equal to 0.08 percent.

He was issued an appearance ticket.

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Parole violation

charged

GLOVERSVILLE -Elander Lewis, 47, of 21 Addison St. ,was arrested by city police on Friday and charged with violation of parole.

Police said Lewis was located at his Addison Street address on a bench warrant issued by the New York State Police. Lewis was remanded to the Fulton County Correctional Facility.

Petit larceny

alleged

AMSTERDAM – Nicole M. Baurle, 30, of 70 Wells St., Gloversville, was charged with petit larceny by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday.

According to deputies, Baurle was charged after stealing an assortment of merchandise from Walmart.

Baurle is scheduled to appear in Town Court on May 22 at 7 p.m. to answer the charges.

Bench warrant

charged

MINDEN – Joseph D. Hudson, 27, of 160 S. St. Johnsville Road, in Fort Plain, was arrested on a bench warrant by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Friday.

Deputies said Hudson was arrested on an active bench warrant for failure to pay a fine and released. He is scheduled to appear at a later date to pay his fine.

Petit larceny

charged

FONDA – Gabriel C. Hodge, 42, of 720 Albany St., Schenectady was arrested by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Friday and charged with petit larceny.

According to deputies, Hodge was arrested after an investigation into a gas larceny at the Stewart’s Shop in the village.

Hodge was given a ticket to appear in Mohawk Town Court on May 28 to answer the charges.

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Unlicensed operation charged

JOHNSTOWN -Michael V. Nellis, 39, of 15 Prospect Ave., apartment 1, was charged by city police at 12:11 a.m. Saturday with failure to keep right and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.

Police said he was charged after his vehicle was stopped on West State Street.

He will appear later in City Court.

Two teens charged with unlawful possession

BROADALBIN – Two teens were charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies May 5 with unlawful possession of marijuana in the village.

Deputies said Tyler Zubal, 18, of 247 S. Shore Road, Edinburg, and Zaccaria Crankshaw, 19, of 201 County Highway 155, Broadalbin, were charged after a vehicle stop.

Deputies said the vehicle was operated by Zubal and was stopped on Bridge Street after a vehicle complaint. He was found to be in possession of a glass pipe and a small bag of marijuana in his vehicle, deputies said. Crankshaw was found to be in possession of a glass marijuana pipe and marijuana in a glass jar, deputies said.

The suspects will appear later in Village Court.

Police: One injured in accident

JOHNSTOWN – One person was injured in an accident investigated by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 8:57 p.m. Wednesday on North Bush Road, west of Eagan Road.

Deputies said driver Luke V. Sponenberg, 17, of 199 N. Bush Road, Gloversville, complained of a back injury and was taken to Nathan Littauer Hospital.

Deputies said he was heading west on North Bush Road when a deer ran in the road. Sponenberg attempted to swerve around the deer to avoid hitting it, but overcorrected, sending his car across the road and striking a road sign on the south side of the road, deputies said.

No tickets were issued.

Dog left in vehicle: police

JOHNSTOWN – Rondal L. McConnell, 25, of 3364 Route 10, was charged by city police at 4:20 p.m. Saturday with confinement of an animal in a vehicle.

Police said he was charged at 240 N. Comrie Ave. under the state Agriculture and Markets Law. McConnell was cited for leaving a dog in a car for a period of time. Police said all windows were closed except a window open about an inch. Police said the weather was too warm for this situation with the dog, according to the officer on the scene.

He will appear later in City Court.

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Disorderly conduct

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – James A. Becker, 28, of 15 Allen St., Joshua R. Becker, 26, of 2062 Wagners Hollow Road, Fort Plain, and Brian A. Penrosa, 27, of 46 S. Judson St. were arrested by city police Monday and charged with disorderly conduct.

Police said officers were dispatched to the area of 15 Allen St. for a disorderly conduct complaint, and once on the scene they observed the men yelling repeatedly.

Authorities said Penrosa resisted arrest by attempting to pull away from officers.

All three were processed and released with appearance tickets to return to City Court at a later date.

Disorderly conduct

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Bradley J. Sweet, 28, of 78 Prospect Ave. was arrested by city police Saturday and charged with disorderly conduct, a violation.

Police said Sweet was found standing in front of the Upper Deck, on West Street, yelling obscenities to bar employees. He was advised to lower his voice and leave the area but he continued to yell, which caused patrons in the bar to come outside, according to police.

He was taken to the station where he was processed and released on an appearance ticket.

Disorderly conduct

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Thomas W. Brown, 18, of 79 Third St. was arrested by city police Sunday and charged with disorderly conduct, a violation.

Police said they responded to reports of Brown and his mother having an argument. Police said that when officers approached Brown he began yelling obscenities toward them.

He was processed and released on an appearance ticket.

Petit larceny

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE – Casey C. Mullaney, 21, of 43 First Ave. was arrested by city police Friday and charged with petit larceny, a misdemeanor.

Police said Mullaney was charged after attempting to steal $30.34 worth of property from the Walmart Supercenter.

He was processed and released on an appearance ticket.

Open container

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Duane J. Bronson, 28, of 6 Union St., was arrested by city police Sunday and charged with having an open container of an alcoholic beverage, a violation.

Police said Bronson was observed with an open can of beer as he was standing at the four corners intersection on North Main and West Fulton Streets.

He was processed and released on an appearance ticket.

Petit larceny

alleged

AMSTERDAM – Joseph Suitto, 23, of Amsterdam, was arrested by state police May 3 and charged with petit larceny.

Troopers said a loss prevention employee at Kohl’s observed Suitto conceal a ring in his pocket and left the store without paying for the item. The $60 ring was recovered and returned to Kohl’s loss prevention personnel.

He was issued a ticket to appear in Town of Amsterdam Court at later date.

Drunken driving

charged

JOHNSTOWN – John A. Lamont, 30, of 25 Wooster St., Gloversville, was charged by city police at 4:29 a.m. Sunday with failure to keep right, consumption of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle, driving while intoxicated and driving with 0.08 percent or higher blood-alcohol content.

Police said he was charged after a traffic stop on North Perry Street.

He will appear later in City Court.

Unlicensed operation

charged

JOHNSTOWN – George A. Parra, 26, of 350 E. Main St., Amsterdam, was charged by city police at 3:05 a.m. Sunday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, uninspected motor vehicle and inadequate exhaust.

Police said he was charged after a traffic stop on North Comrie Avenue.

He will appear later in City Court.

Harassment

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Robert M. Brown, 51, of 75 Crescendoe Road, was charged by city police at 10:10 p.m. Saturday with second-degree harassment.

Police said he was charged after officers investigated a family offense at 7 p.m. Saturday on North East Avenue.

He will appear later in City Court.

Marijuana possession

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Stephen A. Camino, 21, of 43 S. Second Ave., Broadalbin, was charged by city police at 7:43 p.m. Saturday with passing a steady red light, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana.

Police said the motorist was stopped on East Main Street, and in possession of suspected heroin and marjjuana.

He will appear later in City Court.

JOHNSTOWN – Rondal L. McConnell, 25, of 3364 Route 10, was charged by city police at 4:20 p.m. Saturday with confinement of an animal in a vehicle.

Police said he was charged at 240 N. Comrie Ave. under the state Agriculture and Markets Law.. McConnell was cited for leaving a dog in a car for a period of time. Police said all windows were closed except a window was open about an inch. Police said the weather was too warm for this situation with the dog, according to the officer on the scene.

He will appear later in City Court.

JOHNSTOWN -Michael V. Nellis, 39, of 15 Prospect Ave., Apt. 1, was charged by city police at 12:11 a.m. Saturday with failure to keep right and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.

Police said he was charged after his vehicle was stopped on West State Street.

He will appear later in City Court

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Drunken driving charged

MAYFIELD – Douglas E. Hall, 53, of Gloversville was charged by state police Saturday with driving while intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol content higher than or equal to 0.08 percent and a speed violation.

State police did not provide his status.

Assault alleged

AMSTERDAM – Christopher J. Seahorn, 51, of Amsterdam was charged by state police Saturday with third-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment.

State police did not provide his status.

Drunken driving charged

MAYFIELD – Dale L. Bonfey, 52, of Mayfield was charged by state police Saturday with driving while intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol content higher than or equal to 0.08 percent and failure to use signal lights.

State police did not provide his status.

Drunken driving charged

BROADALBIN – Joseph D. Ringer, 42, of Mayfield was charged by state police Sunday with driving while intoxicated, refusal to take a breath test and unsafe turn/failure to signal.

State police did not provide his status.

Drunken driving charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Tina Brown, 40, of Gloversville was charged by state police Sunday with driving while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol content higher than or equal to 0.08 percent.

She was released to a third party.

Unlawful possession alleged

MAYFIELD – Jack J. Lair, 53, of Caroga Lake was charged by state police May 6 with unlawful possession of marijuana, no license and a license plate violation.

He was issued an appearance ticket.

Unlawful possession alleged

MAYFIELD – Joseph P. Marriott, 26, of Gloversville was charged by state police May 6 with unlawful possession of marijuana.

He was issued an appearance ticket.

Unlawful possession alleged

MAYFIELD – Keever Earl, 26, of Canajoharie was charged by state police May 6 with unlawful possession of marijuana.

He was issued an appearance ticket.

Unlawful possession charged

MAYFIELD – Joshua M. Barton, 18, of Johnstown was charged by state police Saturday with unlawful possession of marijuana and an equipment violation.

He was issued an appearance ticket.

Drunken driving charged

JOHNSTOWN – John W. Young, 56, of Gloversville was charged by state police Sunday with driving while intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol content higher than or equal to 0.08 percent and passing a flashing red light.

He was released to a third party.

Endangering alleged

CAROGA -Stephanie L. Ward, 36, of 3062 Route 29A was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 11:45 p.m. Monday with endangering the welfare of a child.

Deputies said she was charged following a welfare complaint in the town. Deputies said she left her underage child home unattended for an extended period of time.

Ward was arraigned in Town Court and released in lieu of $1,000 unsecured bail to reappear later.

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Hit-and-run

accident alleged

JOHNSTOWN – A hit-and-run occurred on East Main Street, 200 feet west of North Chase Street, on April 24.

According to the accident report, John Palmateer, 78, of 23 Highland Terrace, Gloversville, had parked his 2004 Ford suburban in front of 107 E. Main St. He had begun to open his door when a passing vehicle sideswiped his car. Palmateer was partially on the sidewalk, and his door did not present a hazard. The only discription of the vehicle that struck Palmateer’s car was a dark-colored, mid-sized vehicle.

Unlicensed operation charged

PALATINE BRIDGE – Duane Clyde Kendle, 56, of 166 Chapman Drive in Amsterdam, was arrested for aggravated unlicensed operation in the second degree by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, deputies said.

Deputies said Kendle was driving on West Grand Street in the village with a revoked driver’s license.

Kendle is set to appear in Palatine Town Court on May 15 at 7 p.m.

Police:?2 men found drinking in vehicle

NELLISTON – Jesse Joseph Tomlinson, 17, of 24 Stone Arabia St., and Christopher Michael Stetin, 20, of 9 East Main St., were charged with unlawful possession of an alcoholic beverage with intent to consume, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said.

Deputies said Tomlinson and Stetin were found drinking in a vehicle parked on Brightman Street at the entrance to Nelliston Park. An appearance ticket was issued on the scene.

Both are set to appear in Palatine Town Court on Thursday at 7 p.m. to answer the charges.

Unlicensed operation charged

JOHNSTOWN – Theodore C. Marcais, 26, of 23 S. William St., was charged by city police at 7:19 a.m. Wednesday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and failure to obey a traffic-control device.

Police said his vehicle was stopped on West Madison Avenue.

He will appear later in City Court.

Unlicensed operation charged

JOHNSTOWN – Michael A. Yennard, 20, of 2971 Route 29A, Gloversville, was charged by city police at 2:19 a.m. Sunday with failure to obey a traffic-control device, unlicensed operation, switched plates, unregistered motor vehicle, uninsured motor vehicle and uninspected motor vehicle.

Police said his vehicle was stopped on West Main Street.

He will appear later in City Court.

Marijuana possession alleged

JOHNSTOWN – Shaun M. Hale, 33, of 17 N. Water St., was charged by city police at 2:45 a.m. Sunday with unlawful possession of marijuana, unlicensed operation, disobeying a traffic-control device, uninsured motor vehicle and unregistered motor vehicle.

Police said his vehicle was stopped on East Main Street.

He will appear later in City Court.

Vehicle strikes victim at fight scene:?police

JOHNSTOWN – Sean J. Price, 22, of 28 S. Melcher St., was charged by city police at 10:30 p.m. Sunday with leaving the scene of a personal-injury accident and second-degree reckless endangerment.

Police said he was charged after officers investigated a report of a fight in the street on Glenwood Avenue. Police said Price’s vehicle hit a person while leaving the fight and he left the scene.

Price was held for arraignment in City Court.

Disorderly conduct,

intoxication alleged

JOHNSTOWN – Omayra Cabrera, 43, of 36 Third St., Gloversville, was charged by city police at 2:20 a.m. Saturday with disorderly conduct.

Police said she was intoxicated on North Market Street, and officers believed she was a danger to herself.

She was held at the police station before being released with a ticket for City Court, police said.

Disorderly conduct

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE – Helen T. Oarr, 42, of 45 S. Main St., apartment 4, was arrested by city police Wednesday and charged with disorderly conduct, a violation.

Police said officers were dispatched to the area of 235 S. Main St. for a report of an intoxicated female “out of control.”

Upon arrival, police said, officers observed Oarr yelling repeatedly in the vicinity of the Rail Trail near the intersection with South Main Street.

She was processed and arraigned in City Court, where she was released on her own recognizance to appear at a later date.

Unlicensed operation charged

JOHNSTOWN – Taneshia M. Williams, 22, of 69 S. Judson St., apartment 2, Gloversville, was charged by city police at 7:40 a.m. Monday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and equipment violation.

Police said she was charged on North Comrie Avenue.

She will appear later in City Court.

Police: Woman stole from Walmart

AMSTERDAM – Theresa Dorries, 29, of 11 Clinton St. was charged by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office with petit larceny April 28.

According to deputies, Dorries was charged after she stole an assortment of merchandise from the Walmart in Amsterdam. Dorries was released on an appearance ticket for Town of Amsterdam Court on May 22.

Police: Woman stole Walmart merchandise

AMSTERDAM – Maria C. Bello, 20, of 224 Forest Ave., was charged by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office with petit larceny May 2.

According to deputies, Bello was charged after she stole an assortment of merchandise from the Walmart in Amsterdam. Bello was released on an appearance ticket for Town of Amsterdam Court on May 22.

Woman allegedly

violated parole

GLOVERSVILLE – Tammy M. Auspelmyer, 47, of 76 N. Main St., apartment 2, was arrested by city police Wednesday and charged with a violation of parole.

Police said officers accompanied by a New York state parole officer went to Auspelmyer’s residence and placed her under arrest based on an arrest warrant that was issued for violating the conditions of her parole.

She was sent to the Fulton County Jail.

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