Petit larceny charged
GLOVERSVILLE — Heather L. Dwyer-Abraham, 45, of 13 Brentwood Ave. was charged with petit larceny by city police on Nov. 25.
Officers said the charges against Dwyer-Abraham stem from a domestic violence incident after it was learned that she entered the residence of the victim and took the victim’s cell phone without having permission to do so.
Dwyer-Abraham was arraigned in City Court and released.
Driving while intoxicated alleged
GLOVERSVILLE — Stacy L. Jackson, 39, of 130 Ridge Road in Northville was charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation by city police on Nov. 26.
Officers said Jackson was found to be driving while intoxicated after the vehicle she was found to be operating was stopped for speeding. Police said Jackson’s New York state driver’s license was suspended for a previous alcohol related offense.
Jackson was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bond.
Failure to pay fine alleged
GLOVERSVILLE — Gregory S. Pass, 35, of 205 Second Ave. Ext. in Johnstown was taken into custody on a bench warrant for failure to pay a fine by city police on Monday.
Officers said Pass was wanted on a warrant out of City Court for failing to pay a fine.
Pass was held for arraignment.
Disorderly conduct alleged
GLOVERSVILLE — Troy P. Zabawczuk Jr., 22, of 32 Third St. was charged with disorderly conduct by city police on Nov. 26.
Officers said Zabawczuk Jr was exhibiting aggressive behavior by attempting to provoke a fight and refusing to leave the area when directed to do so by police who were investigating a separate incident. Zabawczuk Jr. was arraigned in City Court where he was sent to Fulton County Jail on $100 cash or $1,000 bond.
Unlawful possession of marijuana charged
GLOVERSVILLE — Audra C. Scribner, 30, of 20 Woodside Ave. was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana by city police on Nov. 25.
Officers said the charges against Scribner stem from an investigation subsequent to a suspicious vehicle stop. In the course of said investigation it was found that Scribner was in possession of an unspecified amount of marijuana.
Scribner was issued an appearance ticket set to appear for arraignment at a later date
Forcible touching alleged
GLOVERSVILLE — Bryan M. Rivenburg, 18, of 44 Park St. was charged with forcible touching by city police on Nov. 22.
Officers said Rivenburg was charged following an investigation into a complaint that he forcibly touched a 16-year-old victim.
Rivenburg was given a ticket for City Court.
Charged with three felonies
JOHNSTOWN —Dawn C. Taylor, 37, of 49 Park St., Gloversville, was charged Wednesday by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies with third-degree grand larceny, third-degree welfare fraud and first-degree offering a false instrument, all felonies.
Deputies said she was charged at 1:47 p.m. Deputies said Taylor allegedly filed a false application with the county Department of Social Services to obtain $3,000 in welfare benefits she wasn’t entitled to.
She was arraigned in Gloversville City Court and sent to the county jail in lieu of $2,500 cash bail.
Promoting prison contraband charged
JOHNSTOWN — John J. Hoag, 39, of 112 Cherry St., Gloversville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies on Nov. 21 with attempting to promote prison contraband.
Deputies said he was charged at 3 p.m. in the city after being found to be in possession of marijuana following an inmate intake operation at the county jail.
Hoag is currently incarcerated and will return to City Court on a later date.
Promoting prison contraband charged
JOHNSTOWN — William R. Poirier, 43, of 515 N. Market St., was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 3 p.m. on Nov. 21 with attempting to promote prison contraband.
Deputies said he was charged following an inmate intake operation at the county jail. Deputies said he was found to be in possession of assorted medication, not prescribed to him, and cocaine, following his arrest by Johnstown city police.
Poirier is currently incarcerated and will return to City Court on a later date.