Tri-county blotter


Traffic stop leads to family court warrant

GLEN — Ramon A. Rodriguez, 53, of 120 E. Boulevard St. was charged on March 7, by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for one count of violation of family court order to pay child support.

Rodriguez had been charged with vehicle and traffic violations. An active arrest warrant was issued for Rodriguez from the Montgomery County Family Court. He was turned over to Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office for arrest and processing. Rodriguez was arraigned before town of Glen Judge James Law where he was sent to Montgomery County Jail in lieu of $500 bail.

Failure to appear results in arrest

GLOVERSVILLE — Matthew J. H. Bright, 29, of 312 N. Main St., was taken into custody by city police Tuesday on an active bench warrant.

The warrant was issued for Bright’s failure to appear on earlier charges of disorderly conduct and trespassing.

Bright was processed and held for arraignment.

Woman arrested for endangering a child

ST. JOHNSVILLE — State police arrested Modesta Vanwagner, 37, of Johnstown Thursday on charges of third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child.

Troopers said the arrest was made subsequent to a domestic incident while state police were on New Turnpike Road in the town.

Vanwagner will appear later in Town Court.

Vehicle accident leads to DWI charge

CANAJOHARIE — Charles E. Eyster, 61, of 123 Walnut St., was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on March 10 for driving while intoxicated.

Eyster was charged following a property damage motor vehicle accident. Eyster was released on an appearance ticket to appear in town court.

Woman charged with trespass

GLEN — Deseray N. Rodriguez, 22, of Amsterdam, was charged by state police on March 9 for third-degree trespass for an incident which occurred on Feb. 2. Rodriguez was arraigned and released in her own recognizance.

Man charged with growing marijuana

BROADALBIN — Mark D. Edwards, 51, of Broadalbin was charged on March 9 by state police with unlawfully growing cannabis and fourth-degree criminal possession of marijuana.

Two teens charged with criminal mischief

PALATINE — Two unidentified Nelliston teens, 15 and 16 years old, were charged by state police on March 6 for an incident which occurred in Palatine on Feb 28. Both male teens were charged with second-degree reckless endangerment and criminal mischief with intent to damage property. The 16-year-old was charged as an adult and released on an appearance ticket and the 15-year-old was referred to Montgomery County Family Court.

By Kerry Minor

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