Tri-county blotter

Woman charged with criminal contempt

GLOVERSVILLE — Jennifer M. Scullin, 35, of 261 S. Kingsboro Ave. was charged with second-degree criminal contempt by city police on Saturday.

Officers said they were investigating a complaint of a violation of a stay-away order of protection. The investigation revealed Scullin had sent several text messages along with a voice mail to the protected party in direct violation of the order.

Scullin was arraigned in City Court by Judge C. Ross Dalmata and released with a later court date.

Scullin was then turned over to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department after it was discovered she was the subject of an outstanding bench warrant from a previous vehicle and traffic charge.

Woman charged with trespass

GLOVERSVILLE — Heather S. Berg, 37, of 22 1/2 Western Blvd. was charged with trespass by city police on Friday.

Officers said they were called to Berg’s address for a report of a domestic incident. Berg then later returned to the address after being advised not to by police and the homeowner.

Berg was arraigned in City Court by Judge C. Ross Dalmata and release with a later court date.

Third-degree assault charged

GLOVERSVILLE — Jessica L. Tretola, 30, of 126 Grand St. was charged with third-degree assault by city police on April 26.

Officers said Tretola struck a victim several times causing physical injury during an altercation. Tretola was arrested and released with an appearance ticket for City Court on a later date.

2013 warrant results in arrest

GLOVERSVILLE — Kyle P. Kilburn, 23, of 2712 Route 29 in Amsterdam was taken into custody by city police on a bench warrant on April 25.

Officers said Kilburn was taken into custody upon his release from the Fulton County Jail on an active bench warrant issued by Judge Traci DiMezza on June 16, 2013, for failing to appear in court on previous charges of second-degree aggravated unlicensed operator, unlicensed operator and no headlight.

Kilburn was arraigned before the Judge DiMezza, and sent to Fulton County Jail on $500 cash bail or $5,000 bond.

Biting a hand results in assault charge

GLOVERSVILLE — Joseph L. Looman, 36, of 12 Woodside Ave. was charged with third-degree attempted assault by city police on Saturday.

Officers said they were called 12 Woodside Ave. for an assault complaint. During the investigation on scene, it was learned that Looman, punched another subject in the face and then bit the same subject on the hand, causing two small puncture wounds to the hand.

Looman was arraigned at Gloversville City Court by Judge C. Ross Dalmata. He was released on his own recognizance to appear in Gloversville City Court at a later date.

By Patricia Older

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