Tri-county blotter

Woman charged

with petit larceny

JOHNSTOWN — Danielle M. Hamm, 32, of 18 Temple St., Gloversville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies April 3 with petit larceny.

Deputies said she was charged at 9:20 a.m. at the Dollar General store, 37 Arterial Plaza. Deputies said she stole property from the store.

She will appear later in Town Court.

Man charged with

harassing ex-wife

EPHRATAH — Chad T. Smith, 39, no address available, was charged at 7 p.m. April 8 with second-degree harassment.

Deputies said he was charged at 1490 Route 30 in the town of Mayfield. Smith allegedly called his ex-wife multiple times and left multiple voicemails that served no legitimate purpose, deputies said.

Smith will appear later in Town Court.

Woman faces

traffic violations

PERTH — Sade S. Bryant, 30, of 288 Brookside Ave Amsterdam, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 1:30 a.m. April 9 with failure to obey a traffic control device and aggravated unlicensed operation.

Deputies said she was arrested after a traffic stop on Route 30 in the town. Bryant was operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license, deputies said.

She will appear later in Town Court.

License violations

lead to charges

PALATINE COURT — Matthew L. Turney, 41, of 401 Indian Trial Road, Fort Plain, was arrested by Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputies and charged with driving a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and aggravated unlicensed operation.

Deputies said Turney was seen driving a motor vehicle on West Grand Street in Palatine and he was stopped for a traffic violation. A check of his vehicle revealed he had an insurance lapse. His license had also been suspended a total of two times.

Turney was arrested and released with tickets returnable to Town Court.

Man faces insurance,

registration charges

PALATINE COURT — Peter C. Flaherty, 74, of 32 Nelson Ave. Ext., Saratoga Springs, was arrested by Montgomery County Sheriff’s office deputies and charged with driving a vehicle with a suspended registration.

Deputies said Flaherty was seen driving on East Main Street in the village of Nelliston and was stopped for a traffic violation and a Department of Motor Vehicles check revealed Flaherty’s vehicle was suspended for having an insurance lapse.

Flaherty was arrested and released on appearance tickets to appear in Town Court.

By Chad Fleck

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