Tri-county blotter

Aggravated DWI charged on Saturday

EPHRATAH — Heather S. Whited, 50, no address available, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 9:39 p.m. Saturday with driving while intoxicated, driving with 0.08 percent or greater blood-alcohol content, aggravated DWI — blood-alcohol content of 0.18 percent or higher, operating a motor vehicle while using a portable electronic device, and failure to use designated lane.

Deputies said Whited was charged on New Turnpike Road in the town of Ephratah, accused of allegedly driving while intoxicated.

She was arraigned in Johnstown Town Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail in lieu of $2,500 cash bail to appear later in Ephratah Town Court. A jail booking officer said Tuesday that Whited was released on bail.

Altercation leads to warrant arrest

ST. JOHNSVILLE — Kelly Hickok of Lion Place was arrested by village police on April 14 an arrest warrant following an altercation at her residence.

Hickok was arraigned and remanded to Montgomery County Correctional Facility.

Failure to pay fine leads to warrant

ST. JOHNSVILLE — Donald Avery of Green Street in Mohawk was arrested on April 15 by village police on an active bench warrant for failure to pay a fine.

Avery paid the fine and was released.

Incident leads to menacing charge

ST. JOHNSVILLE — Danny Pierson of East Main Street was charged by village police on April 18 with second-degree menacing following an incident at his residence.

Pierson was arraigned in village court and released in his own recognizance.

Man allegedly urinates in street

ST. JOHNSVILLE — Fred J. Mosher of Route 5S was charged by village police on April 19 with exposure of a person after an officer saw him standing in the street allegedly urinating.

No inspection leads to several charges

ST. JOHNSVILLE — Peter Shipman of East Main Street was charged by village police on April 19 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, expired inspection, failure to notify the Department of Motor Vehicles about an address change, failure to surrender suspended license and unlicensed driver.

Shipman was released on appearance tickets and the vehicle returned to its owner.

Expired inspection leads to charges

ST. JOHNSVILLE —Amber Person of Center Street, Fort Plain was charged by village police on April 22 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, and expired inspection.

Person was released on appearance tickets.

By Patricia Older

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