Gloversville Police Department
• Loren N. Andrews, 40, of 19 E. Fulton St., was arrested Nov. 21 and charged with petit larceny, resisting arrest and second-degree obstructing governmental administration.
Police said officers were dispatched to Cumberland Farms for a complaint of a larceny of an iPad from an employee.
Authorities said Andrews was seen on store surveillance taking the iPad was later located walking in the area. During processing, police said Andrews refused to identify himself but his identity was learned during the course of the investigation.
He was arraigned in Gloversville City Court and released on his own recognizance.
• Alejandro Gonzalez, 33, of 20 North St., was arrested Nov. 21 and charged with petit larceny.
Police said officers responded to North Street for a petit larceny complaint and it was learned that Gonzalez had stolen a laptop and television from the apartment and sold them.
He was issued an appearance ticket returnable to Gloversville City Court on a later date.
• Risa A. Mullinnex, 49, of 48 Sinclair Road, Edinburg, was arrested Nov. 16 on an active bench warrant.
Police said Mullinnex was arrested on an active bench warrant out of the city of Gloversville for failing to appear on a petit larceny charge.
Mullinnex was arraigned in Gloversville City Court and released to reappear at a later date.
• Levoster G. Chandler Jr., 17, of 44 Fourth Avenue, was arrested Nov. 18 and charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana.
Police said officers were dispatched to the area of the Elm Street Memorial Park for the report of a person with a gun.
Upon arrival, police said Chandler was observed smoking marijuana in public and a BB gun was recovered.
Authorities said no criminal charges were filed as a result of the BB gun.
He was released with an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear in Gloversville City Court at a later date.
• Michael G. Rosario, 40, of 39 West St., was arrested Nov. 18 and charged with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation and third-degree attempted assault.
Police said officers responded to the complaint of a domestic disturbance at 39 West Street and upon arrival they could hear a female yelling.
Authorities said officers gained entry into the apartment and observed Rosario sitting on top of the female. Police said the officers determined that Rosario had choked the female after pushing her onto the ground.
He was arraigned at Gloversville City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $500 cash bail or $1,000 bond.
• Michael A. Vandenburgh, 17, of 12 Eagle St., was arrested Nov. 15 on an active bench warrant.
Police said Vandenburgh was arrested on an outstanding bench warrant issued out of the city of Gloversville for failing to appear for sentencing on a previous drug charge.
He was arraigned and sent to the Fulton County Jail with bail set in the amount of $5,000 cash or $35,000 secured bond.
• John J. Hoag, 39, of 12 Cherry St., was arrested Nov. 17 and charged with third-degree criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Police said Hoag was arrested after he was found to be in possession of marijuana during a vehicle stop. Authorities said Hoag was also found to be in possession of two firearms, which due to a previous felony conviction was unlawful for him to possess.
He was arrested and held to be arraigned in Gloversville City Court.
• Kyle R. Stemmler, 30, listed as homeless, was arrested Nov. 14 on an active bench warrant.
Police said Stemmler was arrested on an active bench warrant issued out of Gloversville City Court for failure to complete community service.
He was arraigned and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $350 cash or $3,500 bond.
• Nicholas M. Litts, 33, of 50 Fifth Avenue, was arrested Nov. 14 on an active arrest warrant.
Police said while investigating a domestic violence complaint, it was learned that Litts had an active arrest warrant, issued by the Montgomery County Family Court for failure to pay child support.
He was transferred into the custody of the Montgomery County Sheriffs Office.
• Heather L. Dwyer-Abraham, 45, of 13 Brentwood Ave., was arrested Nov. 25 and charged with petit larceny.
Police said Dwyer-Abraham was arrested following a domestic violence incident after it was learned that she entered the residence of the victim and took the victim’s cell phone without having permission.
She was arraigned in Gloversville City Court and released on her own recognizance.
• Stacy L. Jackson, 39, of 130 Ridge Road, Northville, was arrested Nov. 26 and charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Police said she was found to be driving while intoxicated after she was stopped for speeding.
Authorities said it was also learned that her license was suspended for a previous alcohol related offense. Jackson was arraigned in Gloversville City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bond.
• Gregory S. Pass, 35, of 205 Second Ave Ext., Johnstown, was arrested Nov. 28 on an active bench warrant.
Police said Pass had an outstanding bench warrant out of Gloversville City Court for failure to pay fine.
He was brought back to the Gloversville Police Department, processed, and held for arraignment.
• Danielle L. Raylinsky, 31, of 1026 Route 309, was arrested Nov. 24 and charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Police said Raylinsky was arrested following a suspicious person complaint involving a female that was sleeping in the dining room of Burger King.
Authorities said Raylinsky was found to be in possession of several packages of heroin.
She was arraigned in Gloversville City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail in lieu of $2,500 cash and $5,000 bond.
• Bryan M. Rivenburg, 18, of 44 Park St., was arrested Nov. 22 and charged with forcible touching.
Police said he was charged following an investigation of a sex offense reported on Nov. 18 in which he was alleged to have forced sexual contact on a 16-year-old female victim.
He was released on an appearance ticket to appear in Gloversville City Court at a later date.
• Audra C. Scribner, 30, of 20 Woodside Ave., was arrested Nov. 25 and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
Police said Scribner was apprehended in the Darling Field parking lot after a suspicious vehicle stop and was found to be in possession of an unspecified amount of marijuana.
She was issued an appearance ticket set to appear for arraignment at a later date.
• Leighann D. VanNostrand, 30, of 15 Third St., was arrested Nov. 27 and charged with criminal mischief and attempted escape.
Police said she was arrested following an investigation into a domestic violence complaint where she had damaged property belonging to the victim.
Authorities said she also had an active bench warrant out of Gloversville City Court, for failing to appear on charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and harassment.
While being held at the station awaiting arraignment, police said VanNostrand was able to slip her handcuffs and attempted to escape custody of officers but was unsuccessful.
She was arraigned on all the charges and sent to the Fulton County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash and $10,000 bond.
• Troy P. Zabawczuk Jr., 22, of 32 Third St., was arrested Nov. 26 and charged with disorderly conduct.
Police said he was exhibiting aggressive and tumultuous behavior by provoking a fight and refusing to leave the area when directed to do so by police who were investigating a separate incident.
He was arraigned in Gloversville City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail in lieu of $100 cash or $1,000 bond.
• Alicia M. Nourse, 28, of 141 Route 102, was arrested Nov. 22 and charged with petit larceny.
Police said she was arrested after an internal investigation revealed that Nourse had been stealing money by adding money to pre-paid gift cards and not paying for them.
She was issued an appearance ticket to appear in Gloversville City Court on a later date.
• Teresa Tyler, 38, of 504 N. Main St., was arrested Nov. 22 on an active arrest warrant.
Police said Tyler had an outstanding arrest warrant for failure to make her initial scheduled appearance in Gloversville City Court regarding vehicle and traffic violations.
Tyler was arraigned and released to reappear in Gloversville City Court on a later date.

Fulton County Sheriff’s Office
• John J. Hoag, 39, of 112 Cherry St., Gloversville, was arrested Nov. 21 and charged with attempting to promote prison contraband.
Police said he was found to be in possession of marijuana during an inmate intake operation at the Fulton County Jail. Authorities said he was initially arrested by Gloversville Police.
He is currently incarcerated and is scheduled to appear in Johnstown City Court at a later date.
• William R. Poirier, 43, of 515 N. Market St., Johnstown, was arrested Nov. 21 and charged with attempting to promote prison contraband.
Police said he was found to be in possession of assorted medication not prescribed to him and cocaine during an inmate intake operation following his arrest by the Johnstown Police Department.
He is currently incarcerated and is scheduled to appear in Johnstown City Court at a later date.
• Dawn C. Taylor, of 49 Park St., Gloversville, was arrested Nov. 22 and charged with third-degree grand larceny, third-degree welfare fraud and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing.
Police said Taylor filed a false application with the Fulton County Department of Social Services in order to obtain $3,000 in welfare benefits she was not entitled.
She was arraigned in Gloversville City Court and sent to the Fulton County Jail on $2,500 cash bail.

New York State Police
• Michael Valovic, 41, of Northville, was arrested Nov. 9 and charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Police said troopers were dispatched for the report of a vehicle that had driven off the road and struck a garage in the area of Oakes Road in the town of Edinburg.
Authorities said Valovic was determined to be the operator and failed subsequent sobriety tests.
He was transported to the Mayfield barracks and found to have a BAC of .21 percent, police said.
Valovic is scheduled to appear in town court at a later date.
• Susan R. Chesterfield, 57, of Broadalbin, was arrested Nov. 15 by state police in Cobleskill and charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Police said Chesterfield was operating a 1999 Oldsmobile that had been observed backing down a ramp for I-88 onto Route 145 in the town of Cobleskill.
Authorities said the vehicle was stopped at the Stewarts Shop in Cobleskill and Chesterfield failed subsequent sobriety tests.
According to police, she was evaluated by a drug recognition expert and processed before being arraigned in Cobleskill Town Court. She was sent to the Schoharie County Jail on $2,500 cash bail and will return to court at a later date.
• Mark Miller, 29, of Johnstown, was arrested Nov. 10 and charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession of a hypodermic needle.
Police said they were dispatched to Route 103 to assist a disabled motorist who told police he had a tire failure, causing him to leave the roadway. 
During the conversation with the trooper, police said it was apparent that Miller was under the influence of an unknown substance.
A search of the vehicle revealed the presence of narcotics and drug paraphernalia. 
He was released with appearance tickets for the Town of Johnstown Court.