Tri-county blotter

Traffic stop leads to unlicensed charge

AMSTERDAM — Jeffery J. Peterson, 26, of 130 Phillips Lane Amsterdam was charged on Thursday by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. During a traffic stop, it was discovered that Peterson had a suspended driver’s license. He was released on appearance tickets to the town court.

Domestic incident results in charges

JOHNSTOWN — Gavino Nuzzo, 73, of 28 Elmwood Ave., Gloversville, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 2:44 a.m. on Nov. 28 with harassment following a family dispute in the town.

Deputies said he was charged at his residence for allegedly subjecting another person to physical contact inside the residence.

Nuzzo was arraigned in Town Court and released to appear later.

Inmate arrested upon release

GLOVERSVILLE — Nancy J. Baker, 57, of 73 Prospect Ave. was charged with petit larceny by city police on Friday.

Officers said Baker was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant issued out of the City Court for a previous petit larceny charge.

Baker taken in to custody upon her release from the Fulton County Jail and held for arraignment in city court.

Released from jail, woman re-arrested

GLOVERSVILLE — Marsha M. Vanslyke, 35, of 119 S. Melcher St. in Johnstown was taken into custody on bench warrant by city police on Friday.

Officers said Vanslyke was released from the Fulton County Jail and turned over to the city police on an outstanding warrant. The warrant was signed in City Court for failing to appear on an unlicensed dog charge.

Vanslyke was transported to the Gloversville Police station, processed and held for arraignment.

Man charged following argument

GLOVERSVILLE — Rahsaan D. Clinton, 29, of Third Avenue was charged with third-degree attempted assault by city police on Sunday.

Officers said Clinton was charged following a domestic incident. During the course of the investigation it was determined that Clinton caused injuries to the victim.

Clinton was taken into custody, processed and held for arraignment in City Court

Two charged after physical altercation

GLOVERSVILLE — Malik M.J. Hyde, 17, of 135 Skunk Hallow Road and Keever Earl, 30, of 61 Homestead Drive were charged with disorderly conduct by city police on Friday.

Officers said they got a call about two people fighting in the area of Dubois Gardens. Hyde and Earl were seen physically fighting upon police arrival.

Both were given tickets for City Court on Dec. 18 and released.

Man faces several charges after fight

GLOVERSVILLE — Thomas E. Lamphear, 42, of Broad St. was charged with third-degree attempted assault, aggravated family offense and first-degree criminal contempt by city police on Friday.

Officers said Lamphear was charged following a domestic violence incident during which he committed the above crimes against a female victim.

Lamphear was transported to the station, processed and held for arraignment in City Court.

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