Tri-county blotter


Woman charged with throwing ash tray

GLOVERSVILLE — Martha G. Curtis, 58, of 97 S. Judson St., Apartment 1, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child and third-degree attempted assault by city police on Wednesday.

Martha Curtis was charged after officers responded to a noise complaint at the aforementioned address and observed Curtis throw an ash tray at the victim.

Curtis was taken into custody, transported to the police station, processed and arraigned before Judge DiMezza.

Shoplifting alleged in Sunday arrest


GLOVERSVILLE — Tonya E. Harlow, 47, of 6825 Route 29 in St. Johnsville was charged with petit larceny by city police on Sunday.

Officers said Harlow was charged following a shoplifting complaint. During the investigation, police said it was learned that Harlow switched several price tags as well as concealed merchandise from the store and attempted to leave the store without making payment.

Harlow was arrested and released from the station with an appearance ticket to appear at City Court at a later date.

Failure to appear for charges leads to arrest

GLOVERSVILLE — Mark R. Williams, 39, of 20 Western Blvd., Apartment 2, was taken into custody on a bench warrant by city police on Wednesday.

Officers said Williams was wanted on an active bench warrant issued out of the City Court for failure to appear on charges of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Williams was processed and arraigned in City Court before the Judge Traci DiMezza.

Accident leads to registration charges

GLEN — Andrew A. Anderson, 58, of 205 Lusso Road, Fultonville, was charged on Wednesday by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for operating a vehicle with a suspended registration following an investigation into an accident. During the investigation, it was found that Anderson’s vehicle’s registration was suspended for an insurance lapse.

He was released on appearance tickets returnable to town court.

No inspection leads to more charges

AMSTERDAM — Jackeline Perez-Soto, 24, of 13 Degraff St., Amsterdam was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for operating a motor vehicle on a revoked license and operating a vehicle with a suspended registration. Police said she was observed driving a vehicle on Route 30, Amsterdam, without a valid inspection sticker.

A DMV check revealed her license was revoked for driving without insurance and her vehicle’s registration was suspended for an insurance lapse.

Perez-Soto was issued appearance tickets to appear in town court at a later date.