Tri-county blotter

Suspended license charged in traffic stop

AMSTERDAM — Dianna G. Brenn, 49, of 4293 Route 30, Lot 140, Amsterdam, was arrested by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies May 3 and charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended license.

Deputies said Brenn was seen operating a motor vehicle on Route 30 in Amsterdam with no brake lights. Brenn was stopped and a DMV check revealed her license had been suspended for failure to pay a fine in the town of Johnstown.

Brenn was arrested and issued a traffic ticket for town court at a later date.

Man charged with suspended registration

AMSTERDAM — Antonio M. Johnson, 23, 140 Bieniek Drive, Amsterdam, was arrested by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies May 3 and charged with driving a vehicle with a suspended registration.

Deputies said they arrested Johnson and he was released on appearance tickets for Amsterdam City Court.

Insurance lapse leads to charges

AMSTERDAM — Joseph G. Perdomo, 31, of 40 Phillips Street, Amsterdam, was arrested by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies May 3 and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.

Deputies said Perdomo was seen operating a motor vehicle on Route 30 in the town of Amsterdam and he was stopped and a DMV check revealed his vehicle was suspended for an insurance lapse.

Perdomo was arrested and released on appearance tickets for town court at a later date.

Suspended registration leads to charges

AMSTERDAM — Christopher A. Spucches, 18, of 6870 West 8th Ave, Gloversville, was arrested by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies May 3 and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.

Deputies said Spucches was seen driving a motor vehicle on Miami Avenue in the town of Amsterdam and he was stopped and a DMV check revealed that his vehicle had been suspended for an insurance lapse.

Spucches was arrested and released on an appearance ticket to appear in town court at a later date.

Woman charged with pot possession

AMSTERDAM — Brittany L. Bochenek, 19, of Broadalbin was arrested by New York state police May 4 for unlawful possession of marijuana. She was released on an appearance ticket.

Failure to pay leads to more charges

GLOVERSVILLE — Joshua A. Dedicke, 37, of 34 Third St. was taken into custody by city police on a bench warrant for failure to pay a fine for petit larceny on May 3.

Dedicke was arraigned in city court by Judge Traci DiMezza and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $300 cash bail or $1,500 bond.

Shoplifting leads to more charges

GLOVERSVILLE — Steven J. Dillenbeck, 39, of 165 Edick Road in Johnstown was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and petit larceny by city police on May 5.

Officers said they were called to Walmart on South Kingsboro Avenue Extension for a report of a male in custody for shoplifting. Once at the scene, officers were told Dillenbeck was seen by store personnel having passed all points of sale with merchandise totaling $110.39.

During processing, Dillenbeck was found to have suboxone and could not provide a prescription.

Dillenbeck was arraigned by Judge Traci DiMezza and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $250 cash bail or $2,500 bond.

By Patricia Older

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