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Tri-county blotter

Going 96 mph in 55 zone leads to DWI

PALATINE — Bradley W. Minich, 36, of 26 Balsam Lane, Wales, Maine was charged by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies on Saturday with driving while intoxicated with a previous conviction within 10 years; aggravated driving while intoxicated, third-degree aggravated unlicensed operator and speeding in a posted zone.

Minich was charged following a traffic stop conducted on Route 10 in which he was allegedly traveling at 96 mph in a 55 mph speed zone. A field sobriety test was done and it was determined that he was driving while in an intoxicated state. Munich was transported to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office for processing and was found that he was operating a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol higher than 0.18 percent.

He was issued multiple uniform traffic tickets and was released on appearance tickets. Minich is set to appear at Palatine Town Court at a later date.

Woman allegedly lets dog bite victim

PALATINE BRIDGE — Ashley Heyes, 31, of 93 E Grand St., was charged on Friday by Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies with second-degree harassment and dangerous dog.

Deputies responded to the Budget Inn for a disorderly conduct complaint in which one party sustained a dog bite. Deputies determined Heyes allegedly allowed her dog to bite the victim. When deputies attempted to make contact with Heyes, she refused to open the door. Deputies returned to the Budget Inn later that evening and Heyes was arrested.

She was processed and released with an appearance ticket. She is scheduled to return in Palatine Town Court at a later date.

Man allegedly broke into home

GLOVERSVILLE — Emmanuel J. Correa, 23, of 81 Washington St., Apt. 13, was charged with second-degree burglary by city police on July 2 at 4:21 p.m.

Officers dispatched to a reported assault in progress learned through investigation that Correa unlawfully entered the victim’s apartment building and struck her several times, causing physical injury. Correa was quickly located by police near the scene and taken into custody without incident.

Correa was processed and held for arraignment in City Court.

Man arrested on two active warrants

GLOVERSVILLE — Angel E Ruiz, 24, of Gloversville, was taken into custody on two active arrest warrants on two counts of second-degree criminal contempt and one count of second-degree criminal trespass, all class A misdemeanors, by city police on July 6 at 9:37 a.m.

Ruiz was located by police and taken into custody on two active arrest warrants issued out of City Court stemming from two prior incidents. Police determined through investigation that Ruiz on March 25 at 1 a.m. violated an order of protection issued out of City Court by failing to stay-away from the residence of the victim.

An investigation into a separate incident that occurred on April 8 at noon determined Ruiz entered an enclosed porch of the victim’s residence, also violating a stay away order of protection issued by City Court.

Ruiz was processed at the station and held for arraignment in City Court.

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