Tri-county blotter 09/01

Man fails to show for felony DWI

PERTH — Brian P. McGuire, 53, of 187 Ridge Road, Broadalbin, was arrested by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies on Tuesday in the town on a previous Fulton County Court bench warrant.

Deputies said he was charged with failing to appear on charges of felony first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and felony first-degree driving while intoxicated.

Deputies said he was charged at 9:06 a.m. after a patrol observed him standing in a parking lot at 4193 Route 30.

McGuire was arraigned before County Court Judge Polly A. Hoye and sent to the County Jail without bail, pending further court action.

Man charged with forged inspection

MOHAWK — Bryan L. Willmott, 54 , of Amsterdam, was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on Monday, for a forged inspection sticker and expired inspection. He is to appear in town of Mohawk Court.

Suspended registration charged Monday

AMSTERDAM — Joseph T. Reynolds Jr., 56, of Amsterdam, was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on Monday with operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration and inadequate stop lamps. He was processed and released, and is to return to court on Sept. 21.

Unlicensed driver charged Aug. 26

MOHAWK — Christa I. More, 38, of Amsterdam, was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on Aug.26, with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and inadequate exhaust. She is to appear to the town of Mohawk Court.

Man charged with trespass, harassment

GLOVERSVILLE — Adam W. Mitchell, 49, of 19 E. Fulton St. was charged with trespass and second-degree harassment by city police on Tuesday.

Officers said Mitchell was charged following a trespass complaint. Police said Mitchell caused an incident at Cumberland Farms where he attempted to physically restrain an employee at that location and refused to leave the property after being ordered to do so several times.

Mitchell was arraigned in Gloversville City Court before Judge Cory Dalmata. He was released to reappear in court on Sept. 13.

Man allegedly abused cows

PALATINE — A man is facing charges after allegedly failing to give animals proper food, water and medical care to an animal that was later found deceased. Chatragun Narine, 22, of Queens Village, the caretaker of two cows, was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on Monday with cruelty to animals and failure to provide proper sustenance. The remaining animals were re-located to a farm where they are being taken care of. Narine was remanded to the Correctional Facility.

By Patricia Older

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