Local man taken in on active warrant
GLOVERSVILLE–Edward E. Hickok, 26, of 138 Fremont St., was taken into custody on an active bench warrant by city police on Monday at 5:01 a.m.
City police located Hickok walking away from a reported domestic dispute on Woodside Avenue. Hickok had an active bench warrant that was issued out of City Court for failure to appear for traffic infractions.
Hickok was transported to the station where he was processed and held for arraignment.
Two arrested on active bench warrants
GLOVERSVILLE–John V. Taylor, 56, and Patricia A. Taylor, 46, both of 44 Burr St., were taken into custody on active bench warrants by city police on Thursday at 4:40 a.m.
City police located John and Patricia Taylor at their residence after finding that they both had active bench warrants issued out of City Court for failure to appear for their unlicensed dogs.
Both John and Patricia Taylor were transported to the station where they were processed and held for arraignment.
Man picked up for outstanding warrant
GLOVERSVILLE–Johnathan M. Vanness, 30, of 1201 Elton Ave., Schenectady, was taken into custody on active warrants issued out of the city by Amsterdam police on July 1 at 2:09 a.m.
Vanness was located by Amsterdam police and transferred to city police for an active bench warrant issued out of City Court for failure to appear for traffic infractions. Vanness also had an active arrest warrant issued out of City Court stemming from a violation of an order of protection.
Vaness was processed and held for arraignment.
Man charged with disorderly conduct
GLOVERSVILLE–Joshua P. Booker, 27., of 71 Park St., was taken into custody by city police and charged with disorderly conduct on Wednesday at 10:30 p.m.
While on patrol city police observed a male being disorderly. The subject was identified as Booker and he was advised by police to leave the area and cease his conduct or he would be arrested. Officers said they started to clear the scene as Brooker began to leave the area, but before police left, Booker allegedly began throwing punches at his friend and causing a disturbance in the area that attracted the attention of nearby civilians.
Booker was transported to the station, processed and released with an appearance to return to City Court on a future date.