Tri-county blotter

Man charged with petit larceny

FORT JOHNSON — William M. Woods, 30, of 405 Valley View Blvd. Rensselaer, was charged on Saturday by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for petit larceny.

Woods was seen allegedly walking out of Stewart’s Shop with merchandise not paid for.

Woods was released on an appearance ticket returnable to the Amsterdam Town Court

Petit larceny charged at Walmart

GLOVERSVILLE — Thomas A. Bombard, 50, of 10 Woodside Ave. was charged with petit larceny by city police on Sunday.

Officers said they were called to Walmart for a shoplifter in custody by loss prevention. Police said during the course of the investigation it was learned that Bombard had allegedly taken merchandise from the store and walked past all points of sale without paying for it.

Bombard was transported to the station for processing where he was released with an appearance ticket to appear in City Court on a later date.

Failure to appear leads to arrest

GLOVERSVILLE — Charles J. Dawson, 41, of 115 Fremont St. was taken into custody on a bench warrant by city police on Dec. 20.

Officers said Dawson was wanted on an active bench warrant issued in Johnstown City Court for failing to appear on a third-degree aggravated unlicensed operator charge as well as other vehicle and traffic infractions.

Dawson was turned over to the Johnstown Police Department.

Woman faces petit larceny charges

GLOVERSVILLE — Sara Fridenberger, 18, of 115 Maple Ave. in Canajoharie was charged with petit larceny by city police on Saturday.

Officers said they were called to Walmart for a shoplifter in custody by loss prevention. During the course of the investigation, police said it was learned that Fridenberger had allegedly taken merchandise from the store and walked past all points of sale without paying for it.

Fridenberger was arrested and transported to the station for processing where she was released with an appearance ticket to appear in City Court on a later date .

Two argue over lights, file charges

GLOVERSVILLE — Vicki A. Hill, 53 and Marybeth Close, 57, both of 19 E. Fulton St. were charged with harassment by city police on Dec. 17.

Officers said the pair were charged following a disturbance at the YMCA Residential Facility at 19 E. Fulton St. Through the course of the investigation, both Hill and Close reported that the other person pushed them while arguing over the light being on or off in their common area.

Both signed complaints against each other and were issued appearance tickets with a return court date of Jan. 8.

Woman charged with shoplifting

GLOVERSVILLE — Gloria E. Nunez, 41, of 3553 Route 29 in Johnstown was charged with petit larceny by city police on Saturday.

Officers said they were called to Walmart for a shoplifter in custody by loss prevention. Police said during the course of the investigation it was learned that Nunez had allegedly taken merchandise from the store and walked past all points of sale without paying for them. Nunez was arrested and transported to the station for processing where she was released with an appearance ticket to appear in City Court on a later date.

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