Active bench warrant leads to man’s arrest
GLOVERSVILLE — Kyle Miklic, 28, of 520 N. Market St., Johnstown, was taken into custody on an active bench warrant by city police on Friday at 9:36 a.m.
The bench warrant for Miklic was issued out of City Court in relation to animal control violations. Miklic turned himself in to the Gloversville Police Department.
Miklic was processed and held for arraignment.
Failure to comply results in arrest
GLOVERSVILLE — Kevin M. Labounty, 27, of 9 Park St., was taken into custody on an active probation warrant by city police on Friday at 9:36 a.m.
The warrant for Labounty was issued out of City Court after Labounty failed to comply with conditions of his probation. Labounty turned himself in to the Gloversville Police Department.
Labounty was processed and held for arraignment.
Local woman charged with welfare fraud
JOHNSTOWN —Kimberlyn A. Hulbert, 31, of St. Johnsville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s investigators at 11:30 a.m. Aug. 30 at 2712 Route 29 with offering a false instrument for filing, fourth-degree grand larceny, and fourth-degree welfare fraud.
Investigators said she was charged in the city of Johnstown following a welfare fraud complaint.
Hulbert allegedly falsified an application for HEAP benefits with the county Department of Social Services and received benefits from DSS she wasn’t entitled to, investigators said.
She will appear later in City Court.
Unlicensed operation arrest made Friday
CANAJOHARIE — Robyn L. Federico, 36, of 521 W. Main St. in Cobleskill was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputies on Friday.
Deputies said Federico was processed at the scene and released on an appearance ticket for Village Court on Oct. 1 at 4:30 p.m.
Man charged with contempt, resisting
FORT PLAIN — Vernon K. Kennedy III, 24, of 88 Main St. in the village was charged with two counts of aggravated criminal contempt, a class D felony, and resisting arrest by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputies on Friday.
Deputies said Kennedy was located at his address in the village and was taken into custody on an active warrant for aggravated criminal contempt.
Deputies said during the incident, Kennedy physically resisted deputies and was taken into custody following a brief struggle.
The underlying investigation determined that Kennedy was residing at the residence in violation of a domestic violence order of protection previously served upon him in Minden Town Court earlier this year. Deputies said as Kennedy had already been convicted of first-degree criminal contempt, a class E felony in the preceding five years, this arrest was charged as aggravated criminal contempt, a class D felony.
Kennedy was arraigned in Minden Town Court and sent to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in lieu of $10,000 cash bail or $20,000 bond. Kennedy is scheduled to reappear in Minden Town Court on Sept. 16 at 6 p.m.