Tri-county blotter

Woman charged with punching man

BROADALBIN — Brandi N. Loney, 24, of 826 County Highway 138, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 7:15 p.m. Dec. 25 with second-degree harassment.

Deputies said she was charged following a domestic violence incident at her residence in the town. Loney allegedly struck a male victim in the face with a closed fist, deputies said.

Loney was arraigned in Perth Town Court and released to appear in Broadalbin Town Court later.

Failure to appear leads to arrest

GLOVERSVILLE — Chelsey E. Brooks, 21, of 45 Beaver St. was taken into custody on a bench warrant by city police on Saturday.

Officers said Brooks was located by state police during a vehicle stop and found to the subject of an active warrant issued by City Court for failing to appear in court after being charged with having an unlicensed and unvaccinated dog.

Brooks was turned over to the city police where she was processed and held for arraignment.

Man charged in domestic incident

GLOVERSVILLE — John F. Green, 29, was charged with first-degree criminal contempt, aggravated family offense and third-degree attempted assault by city police on Saturday.

Officers said Green was charged following a report of a domestic violence incident. Through the investigation it was learned that Green had pushed the victim, causing abrasions. It was also learned the victim had a valid order of protection against Green.

Green was transported to the station where he was processed and held for arraignment.

Man accused of threatening witness

GLOVERSVILLE — Nelson H. Peters, 52, of 78 Second Ave. was charged with intimidating a witness and third-degree stalking, both felonies, first-degree harassment and second-degree harassment by city police on Saturday.

Officers said Peters was wanted on two outstanding warrants stemming from separate complaints.

In the first incident, Peters had repeatedly pounded on his neighbor’s door and yelled obscenities toward the victim.

The second incident involved Peters threatening a witness who Peters believed was assisting police in their investigation, thus placing the victim in fear for their safety.

Peters was processed and held for arraignment.

Man assaults two, held on bail

AMSTERDAM — Isaias Diaz, 28, of 74 Wall St., was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on Monday for third-degree assault, fourth-degree criminal mischief and fourth-degree stalking.

Diaz allegedly assaulted a male causing property damage and injury.

He then allegedly attacked a second male causing property damage only.

Diaz is being held on $500 cash and $1,000 bond.