Tri-county blotter

Man charged for unlicensed operation

PALATINE BRIDGE — William Colt Stewart Jr., 26, of 30 Reid St., Fort Plain was charged on July 17 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for speeding in a posted zone and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.

Sheriff’s deputies had observed a dark blue Lexus SUV traveling 54 mph in a 40 mph zone on East Grand Street in the village. A traffic stop was conducted in which a DMV check revealed Stewart’s driving privileges were suspended on three separate occasions dating back to 2015.

He was processed roadside and released on traffic tickets returnable to Palatine Town Court on Aug. 1.

Man takes arrested for taking money

GUILDERLAND — Doug Wilsey, 67, of Amsterdam was charged by state police on Tuesday with fourth-degree grand larceny for allegedly taking money from the checking account of one of his former tenants without authorization.

Wilsey was taken into custody at his Amsterdam home, and after being processed, released on his own recognizance.

He is scheduled to appear in Guilderland Town Court on Aug. 15.

Grand larceny leads to woman’s arrest

NORTHVILLE — Ashley K. Reinemann-Smith, 23, of Gloversville was charged by state police on Wednesday with third-degree grand larceny.

Reinemann-Smith was arraigned and released on $3,000 bail bond.

Threat results in harassment charge

JOHNSTOWN — Jeremy M. Tyrell, 30, of Gloversville was charged by state police on Wednesday with second-degree aggravated harassment for communicating a threat for an incident that occurred early that day in Edinburg.

Criminal contempt, harassment charges

PALATINE BRIDGE — Dayton C. Beck, 63, of Fort Plain was charged by state police on July 26 with second-degree criminal contempt for failure to obey a court order and second-degree harassment with physical contact for an incident which occurred in the village on July 25.

Beck was arraigned and released in his own recognizance.

Man arrested for driving while drunk

GLENVILLE — Michael W. Walsh, 50, of Gloversville was charged by state police on July 25 with following too closely, driving while intoxicated and having a blood-alcohol content of 0.08 percent or higher.

Walsh was released to a third party.