Tri-county blotter 07/06

Traffic stop leads to additional charges

AMSTERDAM — Mike Beauvais, 40, of 1000 Eastern Avenue, Apartment 111, Schenectady, was arrested Tuesday by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.

Deputies said Beauvais was released with an appearance ticket for Town Court on July 18 at 6 p.m.

Traffic stop leads to warrant arrest

GLOVERSVILLE — Aram Ormanian, 26, of 37 Prospect Ave. was taken into custody on a bench warrant by city police on June 28.

Officers said they conducted a traffic stop on Prospect Avenue for a traffic violation. During the course of the investigation it was learned that a passenger in the vehicle, Ormanian, had an active warrant out of the city of Amsterdam. Officers arrested Ormanian on the warrant and turned him over to the custody of Amsterdam Police Department.

Domestic incident leads to charges

GLOVERSVILLE — Matthew C. Pirnie, 46, of 235 S. Main St. was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief by city police on Sunday.

Officers said the charges against Pirnie stem from a domestic violence incident. Police said during the course of the incident, Pirnie broke the door knob of an exterior door, as well as the door frame and hinge, while attempting to enter the residence.

Pirnie was arraigned in City Court by Judge Cory Dalmata and released on his own recognizance.

Passenger charged with pot possession

GLOVERSVILLE — Gabrille Gomez, 23, of 164 Forbes St. in Amsterdam was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana by city police on Sunday.

Officers said Gomez was the passenger of a vehicle which was stopped for committing a vehicle and traffic infraction. When police approached the vehicle, the officers said they could smell the odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle. Upon questioning, Gomez admitted to possessing 3.4 grams of marijuana on her person and turned the marijuana over to Officers.

Gomez was issued and appearance ticket to appear in City Court on July 10.

By Patricia Older

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