Tri-county blotter

Two charged after incident in Mayfield

NORTHVILLE –Tammy L. Richards, 51, of Northville and an unidentified 16-year-old male both faced charges lodged by state police on Saturday for an incident in Mayfield.

Richards was charged with second-degree harassment with physical contact and criminal mischief with criminal intent to damage property.

The teen was charged with second-degree menacing with a weapon, criminal mischief with intent to cause damage to property and second-degree harassment with physical contact.

Area teen cited for unlawful possession

OPPENHEIM — Tyler M. Pohleven, 19, of St. Johnsville, was charged by state police on Saturday with inadequate exhaust and unlawful possession of marijuana.

Traffic violation leads to DWAI

JOHNSTOWN — Jason K. Ellsworth, 41, of Gloversville, was charged by state police on Sunday with failure to keep right and driving while ability impaired by alcohol.

Woman charged with possession

AMSTERDAM –Kamra J. Hemwantie, 35, of Amsterdam was charged by state police on Saturday with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Man cited for illegal signal, possession

FONDA — Richard R. Opalka, 41, of Johnstown was charged by state police on May 31 with unlawful possession of marijuana and illegal signal, parked.

One charged for unlawful possession

CANAJOHARIE –Brian M. Swartz, 45, of Canajoharie, was charged by state police on May 31 with unlawfully growing cannabis and unlawful possession of marijuana.

Man arrested for disorderly conduct

GLEN — Duane D. Carpenter, 59, of Albany, was charged by state police on June 18 with obstructing governmental administration and disorderly conduct.

Woman arrested for multiple infractions

AMSTERDAM — Johann A. Flores, 28, of Amsterdam was charged by state police on June 18 with two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, tinted windshield and no license.

Man arrested for drunk driving

JOHNSTOWN — Kurt J. Benham, 45, of Galway was charged by state police on June 18 with driving while intoxicated, refusal to take a breath test and drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle.

Area woman booked on petit larceny charge

GLOVERSVILLE–Amy L. Johnson, 28, of 33 Fifth Ave., was charged with petit larceny by city police on Friday at 11:55 p.m.

Johnson was taken into custody by city police after allegedly stealing 5 quarts of oil from a city business.

She was transported to the station, processed and held for arraignment.

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