Tri-county blotter

Driver faces drunk driving charges

JOHNSTOWN — Lin D. Douglas, 45, of 13 High St., Fort Plain, was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 12:50 a.m. July 22 with driving with 0.08 percent or greater blood-alcohol content.

Deputies said that during a traffic stop on Route 29 in the town of Johnstown, it was determined she was allegedly under the influence of alcohol.

Douglas will appear later in Town Court.

Man allegedly damages vehicle

BROADALBIN — Brian S. Earl, 44, of 130 Wendell Ave., was charged by Fulton County sheriff’s deputies at 8:17 p.m. Tuesday with criminal mischief.

Deputies said he was charged after a domestic incident Monday night in the town. Earl allegedly damaged the vehicle of another person, deputies said.

He was arraigned in Town Court and released to reappear later.

Woman charged with damaging door

FULTONVILLE — Kristi D. Anderson, 34, of 243 West Fulton St., Apt. 2, Gloversville was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for criminal mischief.

Anderson had allegedly damaged the front door of a resident’s home.

Gloversville Police Department assisted with locating Anderson at her home in Gloversville.

She was processed and released with an appearance ticket for Glen Town Court.

Failure to pay fine leads to arrest

AMSTERDAM — Robert D. Lanza, 56, of 288 W. Main St., was charged on June 24 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on an active bench warrant for failure to pay a fine.

Lanza was arraigned in Amsterdam Town Court and remanded to Montgomery County Correctional Facility on $600 cash bail or $1,200 bail bond.

He is to return to Amsterdam Town Court at a later date.

Woman takes Four Loko can

FONDA — Stephanie Nicole Wilson, 34, of 19 Cemetery St., was charged on July 14 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for petit larceny.

The sheriff’s deputies responded to a larceny complaint at Stewart’s Shop in Fonda. During the investigation and further review of surveillance video, a female was observed removing a can of Four Loko from a display cooler, hiding the can in her pants then exiting the store.

The stewart’s clerk recognized Wilson who had been previously arrested on July 2 for a similar theft at the same Stewart’s Shop location.

She was located at her residence and transported to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office for an interview. She was subsequently arrested and transported to Mohawk Town Court for arraignment.

Wilson was arraigned and issued tickets to return to court on Aug. 20.

Several charged in alcohol sting

AMES — Two village residents were charged on July 14 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for allegedly providing alcohol to several people under the age of 21.

Scott Mathew Lathers, 46, and Juli Nicole Lathers, 32, of 7419 Route 10 were charged on the Social Host Law, a local law in Montgomery County.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a concerned citizen in the village of a group of teenagers who had been observed tampering with property displayed at a garage sale. Upon investigation, a deputy sheriff located the subjects at a house party at 7419 Route 10. Through interviews, it was learned that Juli and Scott Lathers had hosted a high school graduation party for their 18-year-old child where alcohol was allegedly provided to several others under age.

The pair were issued appearance tickets for Canajoharie Town Court.

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