Tri-county blotter

Traffic stop leads to a number of tickets

MOHAWK — Robert Wilmont, 22, was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on April 14, for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, unregistered trailer and no tail lamps.

Wilmont was found to have a suspended driver’s driver license and was issued traffic citations to appear in town court.

Woman charged after alleged theft

AMSTERDAM — Nakita M. Walrath, 322 Griffs Rd., Gloversville, was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on April 10, for petit larceny. Walrath had allegedly stolen merchandise from Hannaford on four different occasions between January through April valued at $190. He was released with an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear in town court at a later date.

Police: Man stole from city residence

GLOVERSVILLE – James Gordon-Jack, 23, of 222 E. Fulton St., was taken into custody by city police on an active arrest warrant on April 14.

Police said the arrest warrant for Gordon-Jack stemmed from a burglary complaint that occurred on March 19.

Officers said Gordon-Jack is accused of making unlawful entry into a city residence at 25 Gregory St. and stealing property.

He was charged with second degree petit larceny and second degree criminal trespass.

Gordon-Jack was located by police at his residence and transported to the station for processing and arraignment.

Man allegedly had crack-cocaine

GLOVERSVILLE – Jeremy J. Miller, 40, of 2321 S.E. Donaldson Rd., Lee, FL., was charged with seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance by city police on April 15.

City police said they conducted a traffic stop on East State Street for a vehicle and traffic law violation. During the stop, officers said they detected the scent of marijuana. During the course of their investigation, officers found Miller, a passenger in the vehicle, to allegedly be in possession of crack cocaine.

Miller was taken into custody, processed and held for arraignment.

Two men face drug charges after stop

JOHNSTOWN — Two Capital District men were charged by city police after a vehicle stop at 7:18 p.m. April 13 according to city police.

Police said driver Keyshawn S. Arnold, 21, of 3067 Albany St., Schenectady, was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, a misdemeanor; and failure to comply, failure to signal, and unlawful possession of marijuana, all violations.

Police said he was charged after a vehicle stop on West Montgomery Street.

Passenger Tyrell L. McDonald, 28, of 97 Ninth St., Apt. 3, Troy, was also charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation.

Both suspects will appear later in City Court.

By Kerry Minor

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