Tri-county blotter

One person injured during accident

CAROGA – One person was injured in an accident investigated by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 8:45 p.m. Tuesday on Route 10A at Route 10 in the town.

Deputies said Starlene B. Palmeter, 19, of 6 Rundell St., Dolgeville, complained of a back injury. She was taken to Nathan Littauer Hospital in Gloversville.

Deputies said she was traveling north on Route 10A and ran a stop sign, with her car going into a ditch.

No tickets were issued.

Grand larceny

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Christie Samson, 37, of 3 Adams Ave., Johnstown, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies on Oct. 19 with third-degree welfare fraud, first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, and third-degree grand larceny, all felonies.

Deputies said Samson was charged at 9:45 a.m. at the sheriff’s office. Deputies said she allegedly collected Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, temporary assistance, and Home Energy Assistance Program benefits valued at $6,134 from the county Department of Social Services she was not entitled to.

Samson was arraigned in City Court and sent to the county jail in lieu of $10,000 cash bond, pending further court action.

One person injured

in accident

CAROGA – One person was injured in an accident investigated by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 3:40 a.m. Sunday on County Highway 112, southwest of Shutts Road.

Deputies said driver Jack M. Derrico, 20, of 9 Orchard St., Gloversville, suffered a shoulder-upper arm abrasion and was taken to Nathan Littauer Hospital.

Deputies said his pickup truck was traveling northwest on County Highway 112. He swerved his truck to miss a deer and lost control of the vehicle. Deputies said the vehicle hit an earth embankment on the west side of the highway and turned over into a ditch.

No tickets were issued.

Marijuana possession

charged

MAYFIELD – Cheyenne M. Krauss, 21, and Thomas E. Krauss, 55, of Sunrise Drive, were charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Oct. 19 with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Deputies said the suspects – father and daughter – were charged at 1 p.m. on Oak Lane in the town. Deputies said they were arrested following a “suspicious vehicle” incident on Frank Road.

Both suspects will appear later in Town Court.

Tri-County Blotter

Failure to obey a traffic device charged

GLOVERSVILLE One person was ticketed following a two-vehicle accident in the city of Wednesday according to city police.

Officers said Zachary M. McCabe of Gloversville was driving northbound on Saratoga Boulevard when he failed to obey a flashing red traffic light at the intersection with East Fulton Street. McCabe’s vehicle struck another vehicle driven by Shannon M. Courtney of Gloversville, which was driving eastbound on Fulton Street.

The impact of the accident sent Courtney’s vehicle into a utility pole.

Police said McCabe admitted to failing to stop at the flashing red light.

McCabe was issued a ticket for failure to obey a traffic control device.

Unlicensed operation charged

JOHNSTOWN – April M. Persse, 41, of 6 N. Water St., was charged by city police at 8 p.m. Oct. 2 with operating a motor vehicle while using cell phone, and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.

Police said she was charged at West Green and West State streets for an offense on North Market Street.

She will appear later in City Court.

Unauthorized use of motor vehicle alleged

JOHNSTOWN – Christine M. Kohout, 38, of 318 N. Market St., was charged by city police at 5:27 p.m. Oct. 11 with third-degree unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Police said she was charged in connection with an offense at 4 a.m. Oct. 6 at 313 W. Clinton St.

Kohout was sent to the Fulton County Jail in lieu of $500 cash bail and $1,000 bond, pending further court action.

Arrested on bench warrant

JOHNSTOWN – Kerrilyn S. Politz, 34, of 203 W. Grand St., Apt. 1, Palatine Bridge, was charged by city police at 10:29 a.m. Oct. 11 on a bench warrant.

Police said she was charged stemming from a warrant issued by City Court.

She will appear later in City Court.

Disorderly conduct charged

JOHNSTOWN – Travis M. Putman, 24, of East Fulton Street, Gloversville, was charged by city police at 5 a.m. Oct. 9 with disorderly conduct.

Police said he was charged on East Main Street for allegedly being loud and disruptive in public on East Main Street.

He will appear later in City Court.

Harrassment alleged

JOHNSTOWN – Linda S. Passero, 65, of 106 1/2 Burton St., was charged by city police at 5:30 a.m. Oct. 9 with second-degree harassment.

Police said she was charged in connection with an offense at 106 Burton St.

Police said Passero was charged at home after a complaint was filed.

She will appear later in City Court.

Aggravated unlicensed operation charged

JOHNSTOWN – Irene H. Colletti, 28, of 17 WalnUt St., Gloversville, was charged by city police at 10:50 a.m. Oct. 9 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and an equipment violation.

Police said she was charged on Briggs Street.

She will appear later in City Court.

Tri-county blotter

Criminal contempt

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Kenneth M. Lathers, 57, of 78 South Judson St. was charged with second-degree criminal contempt by city police on Oct. 22.

Officers said they were called to Lather’s address for a domestic violence complaint. During the investigation, police said they learned Lathers had a stay away order of protection issued by Fulton County Family Court ordering Lathers to stay away from the victim.

Lathers was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $2,500 cash bail or $5,000 bond.

Leaving the scene charged

GLOVERSVILLE -One person was ticketed following a single vehicle accident in the city on Oct. 18 according to city police.

Officers said Marietta R. Raneri of Johnstown was driving westbound on Bleecker Street when she backed into 21-29 Bleecker St., causing damage to the building. Police said Raneri then left the scene without providing information to the building’s owner and went back to her home.

Ranieri was later located and ticketed for unsafe backing and leaving the scene of an accident

Failure to stay

in lane charged

GLOVERSVILLE – One person was ticketed following a single vehicle accident in the city on Oct. 21 according to city police.

Officers said Franklin D. Paul of Gloversville was driving south on Fremont Street when he struck the stop sign at the intersection with Washington Street with his vehicle’s passenger side mirror. Paul’s vehicle then proceeded into the front stairs of 68 Fremont St., destroying them before coming to a stop.

Officers said Paul stated that he stepped on the gas instead of the brakes, causing the accident.

Paul was given a ticket for failure to stay in lane.

Bench warrant

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Linda M. Casatelli, 61, of 46 Green Acres Road in Hagaman was taken into custody on a bench warrant by city police on Monday.

Officers said Casatelli was wanted on a warrant out of City Court for third-degree criminal mischief. Casatelli was alleged to have pushed over the victim’s motorcycle into the victim’s car causing damage.

Casatelli was arraigned in City Court and released.

Drunken driving

charged

JOHNSTOWN – An Amsterdam resident was arrested by New York State Police and charged with Driving While Intoxicated.

Catharine Rivera, 28, was observed speeding by troopers in the Town of Johnstown where she was stopped. Upon vehicle and traffic stop, troopers detected an odor of alcohol from the vehicle.

Standardized Field Sobriety tests were administered to Rivera which were failed. Rivera was placed under arrest and found to have a BAC level of 0.13 percent. Rivera was issued appearance tickets for Town of Johnstown Court.

Aggravated unlicensed operation charged

MAYFIELD – A Gloversville resident was arrested by Fulton County Sheriff’s and charged with Driving Across Hazardous Markings and Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a motor vehicle in the second degree.

James M. Little, 33 of 10 North Street, Gloversville, was stopped by deputies for driving across hazardous markings on State Highway 30A near State Highway 30.

Little was arraigned in the Town of Mayfield Court and released with appearance for the Town of Mayfiled Court at a later date.

Petit larceny

charged

AMSTERDAM – An Amsterdam resident was arrested and charged with Petit Larceny.

Sarah L. Green, 35 of 103 Francis St. Amsterdam, was arrested by Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department after a call from the Amsterdam Wal-Mart to report Larceny. Upon arrival, officers arrested Green after allegedly stealing merchandise. Green was processed and released with appearance tickets to appear on Nov. 10 in the Town of Amsterdam Court.

Tri-county blotter

Petit larceny

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Colton M. Lewis, 20, of 5 Fremont St. was charged with petit larceny by city police Oct. 19.

Officers said Lewis was taken into custody after he is alleged to have taken candy and Slim Jims from the Family Dollar Store on Church Street.

Lewis was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $250 cash bail.

Failure to appear

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE – Brendan M. Kowalski, 26, of 51 Yale St., apartment 9, was taken into custody on a bench warrant by city police on Oct. 18.

Officers said they were called to 143 E. Fulton St. for a domestic violence complaint. During the investigation, officers learned that Kowalski had an active warrant out of City Court for failure to appear on previous violations of an unlicensed dog and unvaccinated dog.

Kowalski was arraigned in City Court and released with a future appearance date of Oct. 25.

Drug possession

charged

GLOVERSVILLE -Shawn Sweet, 30, of 115 N. Main St., Herkimer, was taken into custody on a bench warrant by city police on Oct. 20.

Officers said Sweet was wanted in City Court for failure to appear on a previous unlawful possession of marijuana. He was picked up by the Herkimer Police Department.

Sweet pled guilty in City Court and was released with a $50 fine.

Criminal mischief

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Bradley J. Sweet, 31, of 34 Willow St. was charged with third-degree criminal mischief and fourth-degree criminal mischief by city police on Oct. 19.

Officers said Sweet damaged a portable speaker and a vehicle windshield during a domestic incident.

Sweet was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail without bail.

Petit larceny

charged

GLOVERSVILLE -Amber E. Warner, 19, of 24 Spring St. was charged on a bench warrant by city police on Oct. 21.

Officers said Warner was wanted in City Court for failure to appear on previous petit larceny charged.

She was held for arraignment.

Drug possession

charged

MAYFIELD -David Warner, 18, of 549 Stevers Mills Road, Broadalbin, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Oct. 18 with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Deputies said he was charged following a vehicle stop in the town.

He will appear later in Town Court.

Driving without a

license charged

JOHNSTOWN – Lawrence J. Bartlett, 45, of 176 N. Arlington Ave., Gloversville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Friday with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended driver’s license.

Deputies said he was charged at 3:25 p.m. following a motor vehicle accident on Second Avenue.

Bartlett will appear later in Town Court.

Criminal impersonation

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Heather M. D’Onofrio, 25, of Mayfield, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Thursday with second-degree criminal impersonation.

Deputies said she was charged at 11:10 a.m. as the result of a traffic stop in the town. Deputies said D’Onofrio was in a stop on Sept. 10 in which she identified herself as someone else to avoid an aggravated unlicensed operation charge. She was also charged with failure to obey a traffic control device.

She will appear later in Town Court.

Petit larceny

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Samanda Taylor, 29, of 18 N. Market St., was charged by city police at 2:07 p.m. Sept. 30 with petit larceny.

Police said she was charged at Demis Liquor Store, 52 E. Main St., for leaving the store with a box of wine without paying for the item.

Taylor will appear later in City Court.

Harassment

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Allen D. Reinhart, 54, of 5 N. Hollywood Ave., Gloversville, was charged by city police at 12:52 a.m. Oct. 7 with second-degree harassment and fourth-degree stalking.

Police said he was charged on South Main Street after police investigated a complaint.

He will appear later in City Court.

Bench warrant

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Nathaniel D. DeFreest, 18, of 142 Main Ave., apartment B, Wyantskill, was charged by city police at 2:09 p.m. Oct. 4 on a bench warrant.

Police said he was charged on a warrant out of City Court.

He was released to appear later in that court.

Disorderly conduct

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Joseph B. Savage, 36, of 44 E. Main St., was charged by city police at 4:10 a.m. Oct. 3 with disorderly conduct.

Police said he was charged on North Perry Street for fighting in public.

He will appear later in City Court.

Drunken driving

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Wendy J. Serpa, 45, of 114 E. Third Ave., was charged by city police at 10:52 a.m. Oct. 2 with improper right turn, failure to keep right, driving while intoxicated, and aggravated DWI – 0.18 percent or greater blood- alcohol content.

Police said Serpa was charged on East Main Street.

She will appear later in City Court.

Bench warrant

charged

JOHNSTOWN – April M. Perez, 46, of 58 Fox St., Gloversville, was charged by city police at 8:07 a.m. Oct. 4 on a warrant issued by City Court.

Police said she was charged on Route 29A.

Perez was held for arraignment in City Court.

Aggravated unlicensed operation charged

JOHNSTOWN – Mare E. Clay, 44, of 44 S. Judson St., Gloversville, was charged by city police at 12:37 a.m. Oct. 1 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and failure to lower high beams.

Police said she was charged on North Perry Street.

She will appear later in City Court.

Unlicensed operation

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Scott A. Bennett, 30, of 145 Red Bunch Loop, Gloversville, was charged by city police at 11:56 p.m. Sept. 30 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and speeding.

Police said the motorist was charged on North Perry Street.

He will appear later in City Court.

Aggravated unlicensed operation charged

JOHNSTOWN – Christopher S. Ostrander, 25, of 305 W. Main St., was charged by city police at 8:31 p.m. Sept. 29 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and an equipment violation.

Police said he was charged on North Market Street.

He will appear later in City Court.

Bench warrant

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Courtney L. Pigliavento, 31, of 2617 High St., Schenectady, was charged by city police at 10:15 p.m. Sept. 28 on a bench warrant issued by City Court.

Police said she was charged in Albany.

She was held for an appearance in Johnstown City Court.

Drunken driving charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Alan Corrice, 41, of Gloversville, was charged by state police Monday with driving while intoxicated and aggravated DWI, both misdemeanors, in the city.

Troopers from the Mayfield barracks said he was charged following a traffic stop on on South Main Street. Troopers said Corrice’s blood alcohol level was 0.27 percent.

He will appear at 9 a.m. Nov. 1 in City Court.

Tri-county blotter

City man charged

with grand larceny

MINDEN – Robert B. Adair, 32, of 126 Fremont St., apartment 2 in Gloversville, was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office on Oct. 19.

Deputies said Adair allegedly stole $1,300 in currency and a $100 gold watch.

Adair was arriagned in Town Court and released with a later appearance date.

Man prevented 911

call, police say

CANAJOHARIE – Asa S. Wilder, 28, of 134 Stabenow Road, was charged by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Oct. 16.

Deputies said Wilder stopped his girlfriend from contacting law enforcement during a domestic dispute by preventing her from contacting 911. Wilder was arriagned in Town Court and released.

Man charged

with petit larceny

GLOVERSVILLE Colton M. Lewis, 20, of 5 Fremont St. was charged with petit larceny by city police Oct. 19.

Officers said Lewis was taken into custody after he is alleged to have taken candy and Slim Jims from the Family Dollar Store on Church Street.

Lewis was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $250 cash bail.

Domestic call

leads to arrest

GLOVERSVILLE – Brendan M. Kowalski, 26, of 51 Yale St. apartment 9, was taken into custody on a bench warrant by city police Oct. 18.

Officers said they were called to 143 E. Fulton St. for a domestic violence complaint. During the investigation, officers learned that Kowalski had an active warrant out of City Court for failure to appear on previous violations of an unlicensed dog and unvaccinated dog.

Kowalski was arraigned in City Court and release with a future appearance date of Oct. 25.

Failure to appear

costs man $50

GLOVERSVILLE – Shawn Sweet, 30, of 115 N. Main St. in Herkimer, was taken into custody on a bench warrant by city police Oct. 20.

Officers said Sweet was wanted in City Court for failure to appear on a previous unlawful possession of marijuana. He was picked up by the Herkimer Police Department.

Sweet pleaded guilty in City Court and was released with a $50 fine.

Criminal mischief

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Bradley J. Sweet, 31, of 34 Willow St., was charged with third-degree criminal mischief and fourth-degree criminal mischief by city police Oct. 19.

Officers said Sweet damaged a portable speaker and a vehicle windshield during a domestic incident.

Sweet was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail without bail.

Woman picked up

on bench warrant

GLOVERSVILLE – Amber E. Warner, 19, of 24 Spring St., was charged on a bench warrant by city police Oct. 21.

Officers said Warner was wanted in City Court for failure to appear on previous petit larceny charged. She was held for arraignment

Drunken driving

charged

JOHNSTOWN – A driver was ticketed on three charges following an accident investigated by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 2:28 a.m. Saturday on Route 67, west of Horseshoe Lane.

Deputies said Morgan D. Calabrese, 34, of 161 Groff Road, Palatine Bridge, was ticketed on charges of driving while intoxicated, aggravated DWI, and failure to keep right.

Deputies said another driver – Chad L. MacVean, 29, of County Highway 107, Johnstown – was traveling east on Route 67. Deputies said Calabrese was traveling west and failed to keep right.

No injuries were reported.

Driving without a

license charged

CANAJHOHARIE – Dylan J. Slater, 24, of 286 Buel Road, Canajoharie, was ticketed by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Friday on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended driver’s license and operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration.

Deputies said he was charged after a traffic stop on Route 30A at 12:10 p.m.

He will appear later in Town Court.

Tri-county blotter

AMSTERDAM – City police said today they are still investigating an early Sunday morning stabbing in the city.

Police on Sunday reported a victim stabbed multiple times during an assault off Center Street.

Deputy Chief Victor Hugo issued a news release indicating the city Police Department is investigating an assault incident that took place in a parking lot off Center Street. The first call was received at 2:10 a.m. Sunday from St. Mary’s Hospital reporting a stabbing victim being treated at the hospital, the release said.

The victim was stabbed multiple times and transferred from St. Mary’s to Albany Medical Center for what police said was non-life threatening injuries.

Police said a second participant in the altercation was treated for unspecified injuries at St. Mary’s.

No names are being released. Police said today the investigation continues and charges will be filed.

Tri-county blotter

Following too close

charged

JOHNSTOWN – A driver was ticketed on one charge following a three-car accident investigated by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 2:01 p.m. Wednesday on Route 29A at North Pine Street.

Deputies said Glen A. Smith, 75, of 433 Crooks Grove Road, Ballston Spa, was ticketed on a charge of following too closely.

Deputies said Smith was slowing, as he approached stopped traffic. He stated his foot slipped off the brake. deputies said. Smith’s car struck a car driven by Sandra D.

Hassfurter, 55, of 4 Hollow Creek Court, Ballston Spa. Hassfurter’s vehicle was pushed into a third car driven by Michelle L. Hocking, 47, of 156 Route 29A, Gloversville.

No injuries were reported.

Tri-county blotter

Oppenheim man

arrested on warrant

GLOVERSVILLE-David Palmer III, 26, of 6825 Route 29 in Oppenheim, was taken into custody by city police Oct. 14.

Officers said Palmer was wanted on a bench warrant out of City Court for resisting arrest and second-degree harassment. He was taken into custody by the St. Johnsville Village Police.

Palmer was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $250 cash bail or $500 bond.

Child endangerment,

assault charged

GLOVERSVILLE-City police charged Terry L. Sweet, 57, of 58 W. Pine St., with third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child on Oct. 15.

Officers said Sweet was involved in a domestic incident during which he caused physical injury to another person while a child was present.

Sweet was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail. He was later released after a $200 cash bail was paid.

City man charged

with pot possession

GLOVERSVILLE – Gregory Yearwood, 30, of 9 Oakland Ave. was charged Oct. 14 by city police with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Officers said Yearwood was found to be in possession of marijuana during a field interview on North Main Street. Yearwood was additionally found to have an active bench warrant out of Montgomery County.

Yearwood was given tickets for City Court and then turned over to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

Criminal contempt

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Joseph J. Nocian Jr., 31, of 45 Cayadutta St. was charged with second-degree criminal contempt by city police on Monday.

Officers said Nocian turned himself in at the police department on a warrant following a family offense in which Nocian violated a stay away order of protection by contacting the victim multiple times via phone.

Nocian was arraigned in City Court and released with a later return court date.

Criminal mischief

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Herman W. Wilson, 46, of 6 Fox St. was taken into custody on a warrant by city police on Sunday.

Officers said Wilson was wanted on an arrest warrant for criminal obstruction of breathing and fourth-degree criminal mischief steaming for a family offense incident.

Wilson was arraigned in City Court and released with a stay away order of protection.

Tri-county blotter

Speeding

charged

BROADALBIN – A Broadalbin resident was arrested by Broadalbin Village Police Department and charged with speeding in zone, fail to notify Department of Motor Vehicle of an address change and aggravated unlicensed operator.

Jonathan M. Ellis, 22 of 158 Bellen Road in Broadalbin, was arrested after a traffic stop on Oct. 9. Ellis was obsereved travelling 47-miles-per-hour in a 30mph zone on South Second Ave. During investigation, Ellis was found to be operating a motor vehicle while his license was showed to be suspended for failing to pay driver responsibility assessment of Sept 23, 2016.

Ellis was processed and released on traffic tickets with a return court date for Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. for the Village of Broadalbin Court.

Drunken driving

charged

BROADALBIN – A Mayfield resident was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated by New York state police.

Harold Lampkin, 26, was discovered by Troopers stopped in the middle of a roadway with the engine running. Lampkin was found on 182 North Main Street in the Village of Broadalbin asleep at the wheel with his foot on the brake.

Troopers said they detected an odor of alcohol coming from Lampkin’s breath and gave him a standardized field sobriety tests. Troopers said Lampkin failed the test.

Troopers placed Lampkin under arrest and transported him back to Mayfield for processing, where he refused to take the breath test.

Lampkin was arraigned in the Village Court and remanded to Fulton County Jail with a $1,000 cash bail or $2,500 bond bail. Lampkin is set to appear on Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. in Village Court.

Failure to stop

alleged

PERTH – Bonita S. Waylett, 58, of Perth, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Oct. 6 with failure to stop for a school bus.

Deputies said she was ticketed after being viewed as a driver – via a Broadalbin-Perth Central School District bus on-board camera – allegedly passing the stopped bus. The bus had its red flashing lights and stop signs activated, deputies said.

Following an investigation, Waylett was issued an appearance ticket for later in Town Court.

Man injured

during accident

BLEECKER – One person was injured in an accident investigated by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 3:41 a.m. Sunday on Barlow Road at Tannery Road.

Deputies said Adam D. Tabor, 22 -a passenger in a car driven by Lucas J. Mormando, 21, of 529 Progress Road, Gloversville – was injured. Taylor suffered minor head bleeding and was taken to Nathan Littauer Hospital in Gloversville.

Deputies said Mormando was going north on Barlow Road when he failed to negotiate a sharp curve. The car left the highway, striking a tree and going to the bottom of an earth embankment, deputies aid.

No tickets were issued.

Failure to appear

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Guy A. Ligon, 27, of 263 County Highway 120, Dolgeville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies on Oct. 5 on a warrant for failure to appear in County Court.

County Court Judge Polly A. Hoye issued the warrant.

Deputies said Ligon turned himself into the sheriff’s station at 1 p.m..

He was sent to the county jail on the failure to appear charge and is due to reappear later in court.

Tri-county blotter

GLOVERSVILLE – Tanisha V. Barnwell, 20, of 12 Grove St. was taken into custody on a bench warrant for failure to appear by city police on Wednesday.

Officers said Barnwell was located during a traffic stop on South Kingsboro Avenue. Barnwell was wanted on a warrant out of City Court for failure to appear on a city code violation charge.

Barnwell was arriagned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $100 bash bail or $500 secured bond.

Tri-county blotter

NORTHAMPTON – One person was injured in an accident investigated by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 6:47 p.m. Monday on Route 30, south of County Highway 123 in the town.

Deputies said pickup truck driver Merle J. Young, 56, of Box 591, Mayfield, complained of an abdomen-pelvis area injury. He was not immediately taken to a hospital.

Deputies said Young was traveling south on Route 30 when a deer ran in front of his truck and was hit.

No tickets were issued.

Tri-county blotter

JOHNSTOWN – Ryan J. Tortorello, 27, of 1235 Route 30, Mayfield, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Sunday with aggravated driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated, unlawful possession of marijuana, and open container in motor vehicle.

He was also charged with several vehicle and traffic offenses.

Deputies said he was charged following a motor vehicle accident at 9:57 a.m.. Deputies said Tortorello was operating a motor vehicle in an intoxicated condition when the vehicle went off Old Peck Hill Road into a ditch.

He will appear later in Town Court.

Tri-county blotter

BROADALBIN – Wilfred J. Berg, 61, of 112 Little Rock Lane, Broadalbin, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 6:50 p.m. Thursday with operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration.

Deputies said he was charged after a traffic stop on Route 29.

Berg will appear later in Town Court.

Tri-county blotter

NORTHAMPTON?-?An Amsterdam resident was arrested by Fulton County Sheriff’s deputies following an arrest warrant for criminal possession of a forged instrument committed in the town of Northampton, according to a news release.

Alysha Karl, 28, of 624 Queen Ann Road, was in custody at the Montgomery County Sheriff’s office on unrelated charges when she was placed under arrest.

It is alleged that Karl forged two checks in the Town of Northampton, which were cashed. Karl could not be located and a warrant was issued.

Karl was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument 2nd class D felony and petit larceny and was arraigned in the town of Northampton Court.

Karl was remanded to the Fulton County correctional facility on $500 cash or $3,000 bond bail.

Tri-county blotter

Man charged with

disorderly conduct

GLOVERSVILLE – Derrick R. Sweet, 26, of 238 W. Bush Road was charged by city police Oct. 2 with disorderly conduct, second-degree obstruction of governmental administration and resisting arrest.

Officers said they were called to the Upper Deck bar at 1 West St. for a report of a large fight in progress. Upon arrival, officers said they saw Sweet attempting to fight another person inside the bar.

Officers then attempted to remove Sweet from the bar. Sweet failed to comply with orders given by officers and allegedly resisted when officers attempted to place him under arrest.

Sweet was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $500 cash bail or $1,000 bond.

Woman faces

drunk driving charges

GLOVERSVILLE – City police charged Brittany L. LaJuett, 25, of 3859 Route 10 in St. Johnsville, with driving while intoxicated on Oct. 1.

Officers said LaJuett was seen failing to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of West Street and West Fulton Street. Officers then conducted a vehicle stop and determined LaJuett was driving under the influence of alcohol.

LaJuett was a given a ticket to appear in City Court at 9 a.m. on Oct. 17 and released.

Man misses court date,

taken into custody

GLOVERSVILLE – Will-iam L. Porter Jr., 42, of 40 Clyde St., was taken into custody by city police on a bench warrant Oct. 5.

Officers said Porter Jr. was wanted in City Court for failure to appear when requested.

Porter was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $1,000 cash bail or $3,000 bond.

Man arrested for

failure to appear

GLOVERSVILLE – Nathan T. Poissant, 25, of 31 Aletta St. in Saratoga Springs was taken into custody on a bench warrant by city police on Oct. 7.

Officers said Poissant was wanted in City Court for failure to appear on previous vehicle and traffic law violations. Poissant was located by the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office and turned over city police.

Poissant was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail.

City man faces

drunk-driving charges

GLOVERSVILLE – John A. Richer, 20, of 330 W. Fulton St. was charged by city police on Saturday with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and ticketed for failure to stop at a stop sign, failing to stop at a steady red light and failure to keep right.

Officers said Richer was stopped on Orchard Street. Police said while speaking with Richer, who was driving, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected on his breath, along with other indicators of impairment.

Officers said field sobriety tests were conducted, which Richer allegedly failed.

Richer consented to a breath sample to determine his blood alcohol content, which was found to be greater than .18 percent, police said. Richer was additionally found to be operating the motor vehicle with a suspended non-driver ID.

Richer was given a ticket for City Court and released.

Woman charged

with false reporting

GLOVERSVILLE – Emma C. Wright, 19, of 105 Prospect Ave. apartment 1 was charged with third-degree falsely reporting an incident by city police on Sunday.

Officers said Wright called police on Saturday to report she had found a dog running loose in the city. Police said they later learned Wright owned the dog and made the false complaint to get rid of the animal.

Wright was given tickets for City Court and released.

Car-bike crash

leads to charges

GLOVERSVILLE – One person was ticketed following a crash involving a bicycle on Park Street Oct. 5, according to city police.

Officers said Jason P. Cole was attempting to turn left from Forest Street onto Park Street when he struck a bicylist who was traveling east on Forest Street. The operator of the bike, Howard G. Marlitt, was thrown from his bicycle and sustained a minor cut to his forehead.

Cole was issued tickets for failure to yield right of way and unlicensed operation.

Woman faces

impairment charges

GLOVERSVILLE – A woman was ticketed following a two-vehicle crash on South Kingsboro Avenue on Oct. 4, according to city police.

Officers said Nola J. Spedding was driving north on South Kingsboro Avenue when she failed to stay in her lane and struck a southbound vehicle driven by Jhoseph Macchi.

Spedding was issued tickets for driving while ability impaired by drugs, driving on the left and driving with a suspended license.

Man charged

with leaving scene

GLOVERSVILLE – One person was ticketed following a two-vehicle crash on South Kingsboro Avenue Sept. 25, according to city police.

Officers said William E. Markle was stopped at the intersection of South Kingsboro Avenue and Route 30A when his vehicle was struck from behind by a car driven by Kath Insognia. Police said Markle left the scene prior to their arrival, but was later located at the address of the reigstered owner, Brenda N. Costello.

Markle was issued tickets for leaving the scene of an accident, failure to keep right, uninspected motor vehicle and operating a commerical vehicle without a proper license.

Unlicensed operation

charged

BROADALBIN – A Mayfield resident was arrested on Oct 9 by New York State Police and charged with 2nd degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

Colleen Olson, 30, was involved in a two-car property damage accident at the intersection of South Route 20 and Pine St. Troopers responded to a report and upon arrival, found Olson had left the scene. Further investigation found Olson has a suspended license due to three suspensions. Olson was arraigned in the Town of Perth Court and remanded to Fulton County Jail in lieu of $500 cash and $2,500 bond. Olson is set to return to court at 10 a.m. Nov. 3.

Petit larceny

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Erica L. Brown, 36, of 28 Park St., apartment 2, Gloversville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies with petit larceny and misuse of public benefits card, both misdemeanors.

Deputies said she was charged after she used a public benefits card of another without authorization to do so. Brown received benefits from the county Department of Social services she wasn’t entitled to, deputies said.

She will appear later in City Court.

Grand larceny

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Lori L. Monroe, 52, of 327 Union Mills Road, Lot 18, Broadalbnin, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Tuesday with fourth-degree grand larceny, fourth-degree welfare fraud, and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, all felonies.

Deputies said she was charged at 10:06 a.m. after she filed a false instrument with the county Department of Social Services to get benefits she wasn’t entitled to.

She will appear later in City Court.

Tri-county blotter

Man charged

with failure to appear

AMSTERDAM – An Amsterdam resident was arrested by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on Thursday and charged with failure to appear.

Ryan James Sayers, 28, of 234 Vrooman Ave in Amsterdam, was arrested after failing to appear in the Town of Glen Court. Sayers was arraigned and released.

Suspended registration

leads to arrest

FONDA – A Fultonville resident was arrested by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies Oct. 5 and charged with 2nd degree operating a motor vehicle while license is suspended, and operating a motor vehicle while registration is suspended, for insurance lapse.

Nathaniel A. Ringer, 30, of 33 Main Street in Fultonville was arrested and released on appearance tickets for Oct. 20 at 2 p.m..

Tresspassing

charged

HAGAMAN – A Hagaman resident was charged with trespassing by Montgomery County Sheriff’s on Sept. 30.

Tama Seavy was arrested for continuous visitis to the Hagaman Stewart’s after being warned verbally and by mail that she is no longer allowed there.

Seavy was issued appearance tickets for Nov.1. at 6 p.m. at the Town of Amsterdam Court.

Violation of support

charged

A homeless man was arrested in Tampa, Fla., by Montgomery County Sheriff’s for violation of a support agreement.

Wilson Galarza, 46, was picked up by officers Oct. 5 on a county Family Court arrest warrant for violation of support.

Galarza was transported to the Montgomery County Jail and arraigned before Judge Felix Cortese. Galarza is to ramain in jail pending further court action.

Man charged with

pot possession

AMSTERDAM – An Amsterdam resident was arrested and charged with unlawful possesion of marijuana by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies.

Wilson Berrios, of 43 John St. in Amsterdam, was arrest Oct. 6 when he allegedly brought a bowl which allegedly contained burnt marijuana.

Berrios was given an appearance ticket for 6 p.m. on Oct. 20 at the town of Amsterdam Court.

Woman faces

DWI charges

JOHSNTOWN – A Mayfield resident was arrested by state troopers for misdemeanor driving while intoxicated.

Georgiana Maye, 22, was halted at a traffic stop by troopers after being observed parked in the middle of Maloney Road in Johnstown.

During an interview, troopers detected an odor of alcohol coming from her breath.

Maye was administered standardized field sobriety tests which they said Maye failed.

Maye was arrested and processed with a blood alcohol content of .09 percent.

Maye was charged with 3rd degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor; stopped or standing on a highway and drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle, both violations.

Maye was released on tickets to appear on Oct. 19 at 5 p.m. in the town of Johnstown Court.

Marijuana possession

charged

FONDA – A Gloversville resident was arrested by state police on Sept. 8 and charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs or alcohol, 7th degree criminal possesion of a controlled substance, and unlawful possesion of marijuana.

Andrew Kinnard, 29, was seen by police operating a vehicle on Route 29 with significant front end damage and dragging an object.

Kinnard was then viewed driving off the roadway and made an improper turn on County Route 158.

During the traffic stop, the arresting officer observed Kinnard as having difficulty completing basic tasks and as having pin-pricked sized pupils.

During a search of Kinnard’s vehicle, marijuana paraphernalia and a bottle of concentrated marijuana in liquid form was found, troopers said. Kinnard was arrested and transported to the state police in Fonda for processing.

Kinnard was released with an appearance on Nov. 19 for the Town of Perth Court.

Petit larceny

charged

AMSTERDAM – Two men were arrested by state police and charged with petit larceny.

Jimmy Cruz, 24, and Pedro Cruz-Perez, 40, were arrested after a shopping complaint at the Walmart in Amsterdam.

The men were seen exiting the store by Walmart Loss Prevention with $247 worth of unpaid merchandise.

Cruz-Perez and Cruz fled the seen and were later stopped by Amsterdam City Police.

Cruz-Perez and Cruz were transported to the State Police barracks in Fonda and were processed with a count of petit larceny.

The men were released with appearance tickets on Oct. 13 for the town of Amsterdam Court.

Tri-county blotter

BROADALBIN – One person was injured in an accident investigated by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 1:46 p.m. Thursday on County Highway 110, south of Chase Lane.

Deputies said driver Jeffrey H. Lutzker, 65, of 15 Norland Court, Saratoga Springs, suffered a chest contusion. He was not immediately taken to an area hospital.

Deputies said he was traveling north on County Highway 110. He said a small animal ran out in front of his car, and he swerved and overturned the vehicle, deputies said.

No tickets were issued.

Tri-county blotter

BROADALBIN – One person was injured in an accident investigated by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 8:43 p.m. Wednesday on County Highway 110.

Deputies said pickup truck driver Kevin Shrome, 38, of 120 Diamond Point Road, Broadalbin, suffered minor bleeding to his head. He was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital in Amsterdam.

Deputies said Shrome was ticketed on charges of driving on the shoulder and driving while intoxicated.

Shrome was traveling west on County Highway 110. Deputies said the driver was intoxicated and ran his truck off the north side of the road. The vehicle went into a ditch, overturning on its roof, deputies said.

Tri-county blotter

JOHNSTOWN – Two city residents were charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 10 p.m. Monday on alleged welfare fraud counts.

Deputies said Stacey L. Boyer, 38, and Ricky A. Boyer, 41, both of 22 E. Montgomery St., were each charged with: third- degree grand larceny, third-degree welfare fraud, and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, all felonies.

Deputies said the Boyers allegedly filed multiple false instruments with the county Department of Social Services from December 2013 through March 2016. Deputies said the pair allegedly obtained $32,468 in welfare benefits they weren’t entitled to.

The suspects will appear later in City Court.

Tri-county blotter

JOHNSTOWN – Holly M. Wasula, 33, of 818 Seventh St., Rensselaer, Rensselaer County, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Thursday with misuse of Food Stamps and petit larceny, both misdemeanors.

Deputies said she was charged at 11:11 a.m. Deputies said she took possession of her brother-in-law’s SNAP benefits card and obtained $180.90 in SNAP benefits she wasn’t entitled to while he was incarcerated.

She will appear later in City Court.

Tri-county blotter

Drug possession

charged

COHOES – Romelo K. Roberts, 19, of Johnstown was charged by state police Sept. 29 in Albany County with fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana.

Troopers said Roberts was initially stopped for speeding on Route 787 in the city of Cohoes. During a search, a trooper located a quantity of marijuana hidden in the trunk of the vehicle.

Roberts was transported back to the state police station in Latham. He was released to appear later in Cohoes City Court.

Drug possession

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Joshua Bailey, 7 Division St., was charged at noon Sept. 5 on a warrant from City Court.

The warrant stemmed from an incident Sept. 5 in which the suspect allegedly engaged in a physical altercation involving a juvenile. When arrested, police said Bailey was also found to be in possession of marijuana.

Bailey was arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail without bail.

Assisting Gloversville police were the state Parole Division and the U.S. Marshal’s Service.

Bench warrant

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – Victor M. Pagan, 33, of 10 E. 11th Ave., was charged by city police Friday with fugitive from justice.

Police said he was arrested at 3:24 p.m. after an outstanding bench warrant was issued by Bergen County Superior Court in Bergen, N.J. for failure to appear for arraignment on a child endangerment case.

Pagan was processed and held for arraignment in Gloversville City Court. Pagan was sent to Fulton County Jail with no bail.

Criminal possession

charged

GLOVERSVILLE – William S. Bulger, 24, of 126 County Highway 112, and Adam S. Bleyl, 21, of 1284 County Highway 125, were charged by city police at 11:20 p.m. Sept. 27 with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.

Police charged the suspects after a traffic stop on West Fulton Street.

Bulger was was found to be in possession of crack cocaine, police said.

Police said that Bleyl, the driver, possessed crack cocaine. and a quantity of silver coins stolen from a Bleecker-area residence.

Bulger and Bleyl were arraigned in City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail.

Criminal contempt

alleged

GLOVERSVILLE -Danny VanEtten, 62, of 79 Division St., was charged by city police at 10:18 a.m. Sept. 30 on a warrant for criminal contempt.

Police said VanEtten turned himself in to the police department when he was advised by Gloversville City Court they had an active warrant. The incident occurred in March 9, 2009 at 81 Washington St..

Police said charges were filed when VanEtten violated a stay away order of protection.

He appeared in City Court and released to reappear later.

Tri-County Blotter

Disorderly conduct alleged

MAYFIELD -A Mayfield resident was arrested by Fulton County Sheriff’s Office and charged with disorderly conduct.

Dana Olmstead, 33, of Riceville Road was arrested on Sept. 30 after a complaint was filed by the Mayfield School, according to a release. Olmstead had entered a school bus and yelled obscenities at the driver in the presence of children passengers.

She was issued an appearance ticket to appear in the town of Mayfield Court on Oct. 18.

Arrested on a warrant

GLOVERSVILLE -A Gloversville resident was arrested for failure to appear in Gloversville City Court.

Rodney Young, 26, of 238 Bush Road, Johnstown, was arrested on Sept. 30 by Fulton County Sheriff’s deputies.

Upon investigation of another warrant, Young was in the residence and deputies were notified of his Gloversville City Court warrant.

Young was turned over to Gloversville Police.

Arrested on bench warrant

MAYFIELD -A Mayfield resident was arrested by Fulton County Sheriff’s Office Sept. 27 for a bench warrant out of Montgomery County.

According to the release, after an investigation of a suspicious person complaint Linda J. Johnson of Oak Lane, was arrested.

She was turned over to Montgomery County deputies.

Fugitive from justice charged

AMSTERDAM – Melquiades Leal-Gil, 53, of 3030 Main St., Velantia, was arrested by Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and charged with fugitive from justice. She was wanted on a warrant out of New Jersey.

Leal-Gil was brought for appearance in the town of Amsterdam Court and sent without bail to Montgomery County Correctional Facility.

Failure to appear charged

GLOVERSVILLE -Gloversville resident Christie L. Darling of Montgomery Street was arrested for failure to appear in Family Court by Fulton County Sheriff’s deputies Sept. 30.

The 32-year-old was picked up by the Gloversville Police Department following a traffic stop and turned over to Fulton County deputies.

Darling was taken to Family Court and released.

Suspended license charged

GLEN – Alfred D. West, 57, of 147 Wallins Corners Road, Amsterdam, was arrested by Montgomery County Sheriff’s and charged with operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license.

According to the release, West was involved in a motor vehicle accident after failing to stop for a stop sign. After a DMV check, West’s license was found to be suspended for failing to answer a summons.

West was issued appearance tickets to the town of Glen Court at a later date.

Possession of marijuana charged

FORT PLAIN -A Fort Plain resident was arrested for possession of marijuana.

Dylan C. Sargeant, 17, of 710 River Road was arrested following a domestic dispute.

Sargeant was charged with endangering the welfare of a child and criminal possession of marijuana after allegedly being found to be in possession of 43 grams of marijuana.

Sargeant was released with an appearance ticket to the town of Minden Court at a later date.

Unlawful possession of marijuana alleged

MAYFIELD – A Mayfield man was arrested by Fulton County’s Sheriff’s and was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Ryan M Brown, 25, was stopped by officers on Route 30A near Fifth Avenue for a violation of the vehicle and traffic law.

According to the release, an odor of marijuana was detected in the vehicle and Brown was found to be in possession of marijuana.

Brown was issued an appearance ticket to appear in the town of Johnstown Court on Oct. 19.

Unlicensed operation charged

MAYFIELD – Amanda L. Mattox, 39, of Prospect Avenue, Gloversville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 7:05 a.m. Sept. 21 with speeding and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.

Deputies said her car was stopped for speeding on Route 30. An investigation found her driver’s license was suspended, deputies said.

She will appear later in Town Court.

Failure to yield

charged

OPPENHEIM – A driver was ticketed on one charge following an accident investigated by Fulton County Sheriff’s deputies at 6:07 p.m. Friday on Route 29 at Mill Road.

Deputies said Glenda G. Looman, 44, of 11 Kingsbury Ave., St. Johnsville, was ticketed on one charge of failure to yield the right of way.

Deputies said Looman’s car was stopped for a stop sign. She didn’t observe a pickup truck driven by Kevin M. Williams, 50, of 6506 Route 29, St. Johnsville, that had just come over hill before a collision occurred, deputies said.

No injuries were reported.

Obstruction of breathing charged

MAYFIELD – Jason Wagoner, 32, of 50 Second Ave., was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies on Wednesday with obstruction of breathing, second-degree harassment, and endangering the welfare of a child.

Deputies said he was charged following a domestic incident.

He will appear later in Town Court.

Woman arrested on bench warrant

MAYFIELD – Linda J. Johnson, 52, of the town of Mayfield, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Sept. 27 on a bench warrant.

Deputies said she was charged at 10:45 a.m. in the town on a warrant out of Montgomery County. Deputies said that while officers were investigating a suspicious person complaint, it was determined Johnson was wanted on a warrant.

She was turned over to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

Failure to appear charged

JOHNSTOWN – Christie L. Darling, 32, of Montgomery Street, Gloversville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 9:30 a.m. Friday on a warrant for failure to appear in county Family Court.

Deputies said Darling was charged in Gloversville after being picked up by Gloversville police on the warrant during a traffic stop. She was turned over to the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department.

She was taken before Family Court Judge Edward F. Skoda and released to reappear later.

Tri-county blotter

Failure to stop

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Two teens were injured in an accident investigated by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 6:47 p.m. Friday on County Highway 107, east of Hales Mills Road.

Deputies said Keaira L. Wells, 18, and Keysha K. Mackey, 18, were both hurt. Both complained of head injuries and were taken to Nathan Littauer Hospital. The injured were passengers in a car driven by Tremell L. Pickett, 30, of 3468 Eastchester Road, Bronx.

Deputies said Pickett was traveling on Hales Mills Road and didn’t see a stop sign. Deputies said the car went across County Highway 107, hitting an earth embankment and overturning on its roof.

Pickett was ticketed on a charge of failure to stop at a stop sign.

Drug possession

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Ryan M. Brown, 25, of 1716 Route 30, Mayfield, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Saturday with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Deputies said Brown was stopped in a vehicle on Route 30A, near Fifth Avenue. An odor of marijuana was detected in the vehicle and Brown possessed the drug, deputies said.

He will appear Oct. 19 in Town Court.

Petit larceny

charged

JOHNSTOWN – Codilee J. Rumrill, 26, of 5891 Route 29, St. Johnsville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies Sept. 22 with third-degree offering a false instrument for filing, a felony; and fifth-degree welfare fraud and petit larceny, both misdemeanors.

Deputies said she filed false documents with the county Department of Social Services and obtained benefits she wasn’t entitled to.

She was sent to the county jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail to await further court action.

Tri-county blotter

GLOVERSVILE- Police said two city residents were arrested Wednesday after allegedly trafficking drugs into the city.

Riccie Willman, 44 and John Lewis, 50, both of 6 Union St., were arrested by city police after the detective and patrol division were able to get the two identified as they exited their vehicle. Lewis was charged with fifth and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle. Police said Willman was charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

According to police, Lewis was found to be in the possession of crack cocaine and Willman was found to be in possession of Suboxone with some of it in packages to be sold. Officials said the New York state Police K9 alerted the presence of the narcotics inside the vehicle and a search warrant was requested and granted to search the vehicle. Police said an additional quantity of crack cocaine was located and also packaged for sale.

Both were arraigned in City Court. Police said Lewis was remanded without bail based on three previous felony convictions. Willman was remanded on $20,000 cash bail or $40,000 bond. Police said additional charges are possible.