Tri-county blotter

Deputies: Man arrested on a bench warrant

MOHAWK — Robert Hendricks, 38, of 414 S Main St., Gloversville, was taken into custody on a bench warrant Tuesday by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for failure to pay a fine.

He was arraigned in Town Court and remanded to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in lieu of $300 cash bail or $3,000 bail bond.

Alleged suspended license leads to charges

AMSTERDAM — James P. Barone, 37, of 49 Fairmont Avenue, was charged Monday by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for operating with a suspended license.

Barone was allegedly operating a vehicle on Route 30 in the town with no tail lights. A DMV check revealed he had a suspended license for failing to pay driver responsibility.

He was issued appearance tickets returnable to Town Court.

Man allegedly stole a book case

AMSTERDAM — Jay T. Crandell, 40, of 304 E Main St., was charged on Dec. 2 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for petit larceny.

Crandell was observed allegedly stealing a book case. Crandell allegedly passed all points of sale without paying for the merchandise.

He was processed at the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and released on an appearance ticket returnable to Town Court.

Women charged with petit larceny

GLOVERSVILLE — Courteney L. Aponte, 21, of 10 Place St., and Jasmine M. Halsted, 22, of 142 W. Milton Road, Ballston Spa, were each charged with petit larceny by city police on Thursday at 6:14 p.m.

Officers said Aponte and Halsted were stopped at the Walmart located at 329 S. Kingsboro Ave. by loss prevention staff after they allegedly placed $580.66 worth of merchandise in a cart without paying and walked past all points of sale to leave the building. They were held for police.

Aponte and Halsted were transported to the station for processing and released with appearance tickets.

Police: Woman wanted on warrant

JOHNSTOWN — Krista N. Moore, 31, of 2 School St., was arrested by city police at 2:13 a.m. Dec. 4 on a warrant.

Police said she was arrested at the police station on a valid bench warrant, a violation, out of Albany City Court.

Moore was turned over to state police for further court proceedings.