Tri-county blotter

Man charged with criminal mischief

BROADALBIN — Dylan L. Sowle, 23, of 1160 County Highway 110, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 5:13 p.m. Friday with second-degree criminal mischief, a felony.

Deputies said he was charged by state police after he allegedly committed an unspecified traffic violation in the town of Amsterdam. Troopers learned Sowle had an active warrant for his arrest for allegedly damaging the motor vehicle of another person Nov. 10 in Fulton County, deputies said.

State police turned Sowle over to Fulton County sheriff’s deputies. The suspect will appear later in Broadalbin Town Court.

Active warrant leads to woman’s arrest

JOHNSTOWN — Tessa N. Taylor, 24, of 44 Burr St., Gloversville, was arrested by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 2:45 p.m. Feb. 21 on a warrant.

Deputies said that Taylor, a passenger in a vehicle, was arrested following a traffic stop by state police in Schenectady County. Troopers learned she had an active warrant in Fulton County, deputies said.

Taylor allegedly attempted the evade apprehension by providing a false identification to troopers, deputies said. Taylor was arrested by state police on unspecified charges and subsequently turned over to the custody of Fulton County sheriff’s deputies.

The suspect was arraigned in Fulton County Court, and sent to the County Jail without bail pending further court action.

Two arrested on petit larceny charges

AMSTERDAM — Jason Gonzalez, 37, and Maria V. Coressantana, 36, were each charged with one count of petit larceny by state police on Thursday. Coressantana was additionally charged with another count of petit larceny by state police on Thursday.

Troopers said the charge for Gonzalez and Coressantana relates to an incident that happened in the town on Thursday. The additional charge for Coressantana relates to an incident that took place in the city on June 13.

The pair were was issued tickets for Town Court and Coressantana was issued a second ticket for City Court for the charges from June.

Local woman charged with false personation

GLOVERSVILLE — Lisa M. Moore, 40, was charged with false personation by state police on Thursday.

Troopers said the charge relates to an incident that happened on Helwig Street. Moore was issued a ticket for City Court.

By Josh Bovee

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