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Tri-county blotter

Driver allegedly impaired by drugs

FLORIDA — Dominic J. Gregori, 57, of Canton was charged by state troopers on Aug. 27 with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and first-degree operator impaired by drugs.

Alleged drunk driver had child in vehicle

GLEN — Precious S. Jones, 36, of Waterbury, Conn. was charged by state police on Thursday with driving while intoxicated, first offense and felony aggravated driving while intoxicated for having a child in the vehicle.

Jones was released to a third party.

Man accused of having cocaine

AMSTERDAM — Haji G. Dukuray, 24, of Amsterdam was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, cocaine, a class D felony.

City man facing burglary charges

AMSTERDAM — Michael P. Bishop, 59, of Gloversville was charged by state troopers on Saturday with third-degree burglary, a class D felony, and petit larceny.

Arrest made for stolen inspection stickers

JOHNSTOWN — Sonny L. Turner, 38, of Fultonville was charged by city police with petit larceny on Saturday.

Police said they received a complaint from Steet Toyota that someone had allegedly stolen New York state inspection stickers.

An investigation was completed in which it was learned Turner, who worked for an outside company contracted to do work within the building, had allegedly committed the theft.

Turner turned himself into police where he was processed and released on an appearance ticket.

Improper turn leads to traffic charges

JOHNSTOWN — Jacob M. Baxter, 33, of Johnstown was stopped by city police for a traffic violation and was found to have a suspended driver’s license.

Baxter was charged with improper right turn and aggravated unlicensed operation.

Cops recognize, cite unlicensed driver

JOHNSTOWN — Timothy C. Palmer, 28, of Gloversville was charged by city police with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.

Police said Palmer was observed driving a vehicle and officers knew his license had been suspended.

Palmer was released on appearance tickets.

Man takes fans, charged with larceny

JOHNSTOWN — Paul A. Tambasco, 47, of 11 Carpenter St., Gloversville, was charged with petit larceny by the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department on Sept. 2.

Tambasco was taken into custody and charged in connection to a petit larceny complaint filed on Aug. 18 alleging that Tambasco failed to pay for a box fan and three circular fans that were on display outside of the Dollar General located in the town of Johnstown.

Tambasco was released on an appearance ticket returnable in Johnstown Town Court at a later date.

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