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DWI among chargesagainst Galway manJOHNSTOWN - Brian C. Answorth, 39, of 7194 Fish House Road, Galway, was charged by city police Wednesday with driving while intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle with .08 percent blood alcohol content or more, failure to lower high beam lights, failure to keep right and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.Answorth was released on appearance and vehicle and traffic law tickets.City woman chargedwith harassmentJOHNSTOWN - Emily C. Brindle, 19, of 128 West Main St., Apt. 2, was charged by city police Monday with second-degree harassment.She was released on an appearance ticket.Woman picked up on outstanding…
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Petit larcenychargedGLOVERSVILLE - Jessica B. Lott, 31, of 82 Fremont St., was arrested by city police May 14 and charged with petit larceny.Police said an employee at the Family Dollar Store on Church Street in April reported a shoplifter had left the store.The employee turned over video footage of the suspect committing the crime and following an investigation, the suspect was identified as Lott, police said.A warrant was issued for her arrest and she was later located.She was arraigned in City Court and released.Criminal mischiefchargedGLOVERSVILLE - John A. Richer, 18, of 330 West Fulton St., was arrested by city police…
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HarassmentchargedAMSTERDAM - Rene E. Knudsen, 46, of Amsterdam was charged by state police Wednesday with second-degree harassment.She was issued an appearance ticket.Drunken drivingchargedBROADALBIN - Bruce L. Dennison, 71, of Broadalbin was charged by state police Thursday with driving while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol content higher than or equal to 0.08 percent.He was issued an appearance ticket.HarassmentchargedGLOVERSVILLE - Leo H. Curry, 41, of Gloversville was charged by state police Saturday with second-degree harassment.He was released on his own recognizance, police said.Drunken drivingchargedAMSTERDAM - Joseph Brunco, 28, of Johnstown was charged by state police Sunday with driving…
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Parole violationchargedGLOVERSVILLE -Elander Lewis, 47, of 21 Addison St. ,was arrested by city police on Friday and charged with violation of parole.Police said Lewis was located at his Addison Street address on a bench warrant issued by the New York State Police. Lewis was remanded to the Fulton County Correctional Facility.Petit larcenyallegedAMSTERDAM - Nicole M. Baurle, 30, of 70 Wells St., Gloversville, was charged with petit larceny by the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday.According to deputies, Baurle was charged after stealing an assortment of merchandise from Walmart.Baurle is scheduled to appear in Town Court on May 22 at 7…
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Unlicensed operation chargedJOHNSTOWN -Michael V. Nellis, 39, of 15 Prospect Ave., apartment 1, was charged by city police at 12:11 a.m. Saturday with failure to keep right and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.Police said he was charged after his vehicle was stopped on West State Street.He will appear later in City Court.Two teens charged with unlawful possessionBROADALBIN - Two teens were charged by Fulton County sheriff's deputies May 5 with unlawful possession of marijuana in the village.Deputies said Tyler Zubal, 18, of 247 S. Shore Road, Edinburg, and Zaccaria Crankshaw, 19, of 201 County Highway 155, Broadalbin, were charged after a…
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Disorderly conductchargedGLOVERSVILLE - James A. Becker, 28, of 15 Allen St., Joshua R. Becker, 26, of 2062 Wagners Hollow Road, Fort Plain, and Brian A. Penrosa, 27, of 46 S. Judson St. were arrested by city police Monday and charged with disorderly conduct.Police said officers were dispatched to the area of 15 Allen St. for a disorderly conduct complaint, and once on the scene they observed the men yelling repeatedly.Authorities said Penrosa resisted arrest by attempting to pull away from officers.All three were processed and released with appearance tickets to return to City Court at a later date.Disorderly conductchargedGLOVERSVILLE -…
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