• Brian P. McGuire, 53, of 187 Ridge Road in Broadalbin was arrested Aug. 29 on a superior court bench warrant.
According to a release, McGuire allegedly failed to appear on a previous charge of felony aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the first degree and driving while intoxicated. He was arraigned by the Honorable Judge Hoye and remanded to the Fulton County Correctional Facility without bail and is scheduled to appear in court at a later date.
• John E. Gray Jr., 34, of Fox Hill Road in Edinburg was arrested Sept. 2 following a traffic stop on South Main Street in the Village of Northville.
According to a release, Gray Jr. was observed operating a vehicle with a suspended NY non-driver ID. Deputies also allegedly seized a plastic baggie from Gray Jr.’s person that contained a small quantity of marijuana.
Gray Jr. was issued four traffic tickets and was additionally charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. He was arraigned in the Town of Broadalbin Court and remanded to the Fulton County Correctional Facility on $200 bail, $1,000 bond.
Gloversville Police Department
• Mackenzie R. Taylor, 20, was arrested Aug. 27 and charged with criminal contempt and criminal possession of stolen property. Further investigation also revealed that Taylor was the subject of an active arrest warrant for petit larceny for stealing a cellphone. During processing, it was discovered that Taylor was in possession of the stolen phone resulting in a new charge of criminal possession of stolen property.
According to a release, officers located Taylor inside 52 First Ave. which was in direct violation of a stay away order of protection that was issued by Gloversville City Court.
Taylor was arraigned and remanded to Fulton County Correction Facility on $5,000 cash, $10,000 bond.
• Marisa Gannon, 17, of 160 Vandenburg Point Road in Gloversville was arrested Aug. 29 and charged with attempted assault in the third degree and endangering the welfare of a child.
According to a release, Gannon was allegedly involved in a physical altercation with another female and struck a child. She was arraigned by the Honorable Judge Dalmata and released on her own recognizance. She is scheduled to appear in Gloversville City Court at a later date.
• Adam Mitchell, 49, of 19 E. Fulton Street in Gloversville was arrested Aug. 29 and charged with trespass and harassment in the second degree.
According to a release, Mitchell was arrested following a trespass complaint in which he allegedly caused an incident at Cumberland Farms where he attempted to physically restrain an employee at that location. Mitchell also allegedly refused to leave the property after being ordered to do so several times.
Mitchell was processed and arraigned in Gloversville City Court by the Honorable Judge Dalmata. Mitchell was released to appear in court at a later date.
• Tygee Roby, 24, of 25 Newman St. in Gloversville was arrested Aug. 30 on an active bench warrant.
According to a release, officers responded to a report of a male and female arguing. Once on the scene, it was learned that the Fort Plain Police Department had an active warrant for Roby for failing to appear on an aggravated unlicensed operator, unlicensed operator, tail light infraction, and criminal possession of a weapon.
Roby was arrested and transported to the Gloversville Police Station where he was processed and turned over to Ft. Plain PD on the warrant.
• Mark A. Lamphear, 45, of 691 Co. Hwy. 152 in Northville was arrested Sept. 2 and charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation in the first degree.
According to a release, Lamphear was arrested following a traffic accident. During the investigation, it was learned that he left the scene of a motor vehicle accident on W. Eighth Ave. moments before being flagged down by pedestrians and held on W. Twelfth Ave. for police. Lamphear was allegedly found to be intoxicated.
He was processed and arraigned in Gloversville City Court before the Honorable Judge Dalmata and remanded to Fulton County Corrections on $2,500 bail, $5,000 bond.
• Jacob Samples, 24, of Mayfield was arrested by troopers and charged with driving while intoxicated.
According to a release, a Mayfield trooper observed a vehicle speeding on Route 29 in the Town of Johnstown and ignited a traffic stop. Upon interviewing Samples, the trooper allegedly detected an odor of alcoholic beverage and administered standardized field sobriety tests, which he failed. He was found to have a blood alcohol content of .08 percent. Samples was issued tickets returnable to Johnstown Town Court at a later date.
• David R.Heroth, 21, of Gloversville was arrested Aug. 26 and charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs.
According to a release, Heroth’s vehicle was stopped for a vehicle and traffic violation where it was observed that he had red, watery eyes with constricted pupils. Standardized field sobriety tests were administered and it was determined that he was impaired by a narcotic analgesic and marijuana. Further, white pill residue was allegedly noted in both nostrils and Heroth admitted to using the controlled substance Tramadol.
He was taken into custody and transported to the Malta barracks where he was processed without incident. Heroth consented to a blood sample and he was released to a sober third party. Traffic tickets were issued directing him to appear in Saratoga Springs City Court at a later date.