Tri-county blotter

Woman tries to take drink machine

GLOVERSVILLE —A city woman was charged after police said she tried to steal a drink dispenser machine from a local store.

Koren Hohenforst, 34, 235 S. Main St. apartment 3 was charged with petit larceny by city police on Thursday.

Officers said they were dispatched to Country Farms located at 198 S. Main St., where it was reported a female was acting disorderly and stealing part of a drink dispenser machine from inside the store.

Patrol arrived and found the suspect, Hohenforst, outside of the store on the sidewalk with the store equipment next to her on the ground.

Hohenforst was transported to the station where she was processed and later arraigned in City Court.

Police: Man violated probation conditions

AMSTERDAM — Joshua J. Jordan, 26, of Bienek Drive, Amsterdam was charged on April 23 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for declaration of delinquency.

Jordan allegedly violated his probation conditions. He was arraigned in Amsterdam and is scheduled to appear in Town Court on May 15.

Deputies: Woman did not pay fine

AMSTERDAM — Luzyette Napolean, 19, of 22 Swan St., Amsterdam was charged April 24 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for failing to pay a fine.

Napolean was arraigned in Town Court where she was remanded to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in lieu of $1,000 cash bail or $10,000 bail bond.

She is scheduled to appear in Town Court on May 15.

Police: 3 charged with petit larceny

AMSTERDAM — Three Amsterdam residents were charged on April 13 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for petit larceny.

Nadia Z. Becerril, 21, of 39 John St.; Sonia E. Mickle, 17, of 48 Vrooman Ave.; and Shana Lee Mojica, 25, of 48 Vrooman Ave., allegedly stole Walmart merchandise.

All three were issued appearance tickets to appear in Town Court on May 10.

One charged after alleged drug sales

JOHNSTOWN — Andrea L. Rich, 57, of 107 S. Market St., was charged by city police at 3 p.m. Thursday with one felony count of first-degree criminal nuisance.

Police said she was charged at home stemming from an offense at 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 23.

The department’s Detective Division received anonymous drug tips. After two months of investigation. Police said they arrested homeowner Rich for knowingly allowing people to allegedly sell controlled substances from her residence.

She was sent to the Fulton County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bail, $10,000 bond, pending further City Court action. She remained incarcerated as of Friday.

By Kerry Minor

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