Tri-county blotter 09/12

Trespass, larceny and drug paraphrenia

AMSTERDAM — Anthony J. Reyes, 28, of Amsterdam, was charged on Saturday by state police with third-degree criminal trespass, petit larceny and possession of a hypodermic needle. He was released on appearance tickets.

Speeding stop leads to DWI charges

BROADALBIN — Jason A. Barrett, 24, of Schenectady, was charged by state police on Saturday with no headlights, speeding in excess of 55 mph, having a blood-alcohol content of 0.08 percent or higher and driving while intoxicated.

Traffic infraction leads to pot charges

GLENVILLE — Andrew J. Weigle, 36, of Gloversville, was charged by state police on Thursday with failure to obey a traffic-control device and unlawful possession of marijuana.

Two charged with marijuana possession

JOHNSTOWN — Alexis R. Darling, 19, of Johnstown was charged by state police on Sunday with unlawful possession of marijuana and a 17-year-old unidentified male from Johnstown was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. Both were released on appearance tickets.

Running red light leads to drug charges

JOHNSTOWN — Robert G. Brown, 21, of Broadalbin, was charged by state police on Sunday with running a red light, unlawful possession of marijuana and having a controlled substance not in its original container.

Violation of stay-away order leads to charges

JOHNSTOWN — Paul J. Roy, 51, of 13 Jay St., Gloversville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Saturday with second-degree criminal contempt.

Deputies said he was charged at 7:30 p.m. at his residence for allegedly violating a stay-away order of protection.

Roy will appear later in Town Court.

Argument at picnic leads to felony DWI

PERTH — Kevin K. Sherman, 35, of Schenectady was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Aug. 26 under Leandra’s Law. He faces charges of driving while intoxicated, aggravated DWI, unlicensed operator, aggravated unlicensed operation and unlawful possession of marijuana.

Deputies said he was charged after a report of domestic violence in the town. He allegedly was intoxicated and got into an argument with his girlfriend after attending an afternoon picnic where alcoholic beverages were available, deputies said.

Sherman drove to a Stewart’s Shop in an intoxicated condition with a child younger than 16 in the vehicle, deputies said.

He will appear later in Town Court

Traffic stop leads to DWI charges

HOPE — Matthew K. Miller, 27, of Johnstown was charged by state police on Monday with driving while intoxicated and having a blood-alcohol content of 0.08 percent or higher.

Traffic stop leads to marijuana charges

AMSTERDAM — Keith K. Dunbar, 29, of Schenectady, was charged by state police on Monday with unlawful possession of marijuana.

By Patricia Older

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