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Tri-county blotter

Man charged with endangering welfare

AMSTERDAM — Vincent Vega, 19, of 57 Jay St., was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on Aug. 21 with endangering the welfare of a child less than 17 years old.

The sheriff’s office responded to a larceny complaint at Walmart. Simultaneously police located a runaway child and her custody on a Family Court warrant. Vega had allegedly accompanied the child knowing she was a runaway.

He was processed at Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and released with an appearance ticket for Amsterdam Town Court on Sept. 10.

Sheriffs make petit larceny arrest

AMSTERDAM — Jacob Ashley Carey, of 4440 Route 30 was charged on Aug. 21 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for petit larceny and under the age of 21 in possession of alcohol with intent to consume.

Sheriff’s deputies responded to a larceny complaint at Walmart in which the alleged suspect was Carey.

He was transported and processed at Montgomery County sheriff’s office where he was released with an appearance ticket for Amsterdam Town Court on Tuesday.

Local man charged with petit larceny

AMSTERDAM — Kyle C. Walrath, 27, of 30 N. Judson St., was charged on Aug. 28 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies with petit larceny.

Sheriff’s deputies were called to the Target retail store by Asset Protections. Walrath was charged on three separate counts of petit larceny for allegedly shoplifting on Aug. 13, Aug. 20 and Aug. 28.

He allegedly took off from police and was later found in the area.

Walrath was processed and released with appearance tickets to appear in Amsterdam Town Court on Sept. 12.

Driver charged with unlicensed operation

NELLISTON — Mark Herman, 52, of 1435 Baum Road, St. Johnsville was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and speed in zone.

Herman was charged following a traffic stop for a speeding infraction. A DMV check confirmed his driver’s license was suspended on April 20 for failing to answer a prior traffic ticket from Canajoharie Village Court.

He was processed at the scene and released on an appearance ticket returnable to Palatine Town Court.

DMV check leads to unlicensed operation

PALATINE — Donald Slater, 52, of 93 E. Grand St., Palatine Bridge was charged on Aug. 24 by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.

A DMV check revealed that Slater’s driver’s license was suspended for failing to answer a prior traffic ticket from Glen Town Court.

He was processed on scene and released on an appearance ticket returnable to Palatine Town Court.

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