Gloversville man facing many charges
GLOVERSVILLE — A city man is facing a number of charges following a domestic violence incident according to city police.
Jesse L. Coger, 21, of Prospect Ave was charged with second-degree attempted assault, aggravated family offense, first degree unlawful imprisonment, criminal obstruction of breathing/blood circulation, resisting arrest, third-degree menacing, and two counts of second-degree harassment by city police on Monday.
Officers said Coger was charged following a domestic violence incident during which he committed the above crimes against a female victim.
When officers attempted to take Coger into custody he resisted arrest, intently striking two officers.
Coger was held for arraignment in Gloversville City Court.
Man charged with possession
GLOVERSVILLE — Kenneth L. Poyfair II, 21, of 189 Lily Lake Road was charged with two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance by city police on Nov. 7.
Officers said Poyfair was charged after a traffic stop for several vehicle and traffic violations. Poyfair was found to be in possession of Hydrocodone pills and Suboxone unlawfully.
Poyfair was released on an appearance ticket to return to Gloversville City Court on a later date.
City man arrested on probation warrant
GLOVERSVILLE –Ryan J. Burton, 27, of 6 Curtis St. was taken into custody on a probation warrant by city police on Nov. 8.
Officers said Burton was wanted on an active probation requested by the Fulton County Probation Department and issued in City Court for failing to follow the conditions of probation.
Burton was held for arraignment.
Gloversville man ticketed after crash
GLOVERSVILLE — One person was ticketed following a one-vehicle crash in the city on Nov. 8, according to city police.
Officers said Jeffrey P. Playford was exiting a driveway on Broad Street when he claimed to accelerate and lose control of his vehicle. Police said Playford’s vehicle travelled across the north bound lane and struck a tree in front of 29 Broad Street.
Playford was issued a ticket for improper turn.
Woman ticketed after accident
GLOVERSVILLE — One person was ticketed following a two-vehicle accident on Thursday, according to city police.
Officers said Laura H. Morehouse of Lake Pleasant was driving on Rose Street when she began to choke while drinking ice tea and rear ended a vehicle driven by Mica A. Carpenter of Stratford who was stopped due to traffic near the Gloversville Middle School.
Morehouse was issued tickets for following too closely.