The Recorder

Police reports

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

• Jaquinn Brooks, 33, of 1405 Route 29, was charged Monday with fourth-degree grand larceny. Deputies said they received a complaint from loss prevention at Petsmart that Brooks was making fraudulent refunds while working as a cashier at the store. She was issued a ticket to appear in Amsterdam town court at a later date.

• Richard Sweeney, 23, of 514 Route 403, Greenville, was charged Sunday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle. Sweeney was issued tickets to appear in Mohawk town court at a later date.

• Richard K. Sanford Jr., 33, of 2028 Lodi St., Syracuse, was charged Sunday with operating a vehicle with a suspended license. Deputies said Sanford was observed driving on West Grand Street in the town of Palatine when they issued a traffic stop and a Department of Motor Vehicle check revealed his license was suspended. Sanford was issued tickets to appear town court at a later date.

• Theodore W. Mead, 22, of 514 Brower Road, Palatine Bridge, was charged Sunday with unlawful possession of marijuana and driving on a suspended license. He was allegedly found to be in possession of marijuana after a traffic stop. He was issued tickets to appear in town court at a later date.

• Carl F. Pudvah, 41, of 241 Route 5S, Lot 9, Pattersonville, was charged Saturday with aggravated driving while intoxicated (ADWI), a felony DWI, prior conviction within 10 years, interlock device restriction, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and third-degree unauthorized use of a vehicle. Deputies said Pudvah was arrested after receiving a complaint that he had taken someone’s vehicle without their permission. Deputies said Pudvah was observed driving the vehicle in question and further investigation revealed he was allegedly intoxicated. He was held in the Montgomery County Correctional Facility pending arraignment in Florida town court.

• Debbie Fleszar, 58, was charged June 22 with petit larceny. Deputies said Fleszar was arrested when she allegedly stole $52.54 worth of merchandise from Walmart in Amsterdam. She was issued tickets to appear in town court at a later date.

• Pamela Jean Russell, 33, of Route 107, Amsterdam, was charged June 23 with operating a vehicle with a suspended registration, third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, uninspected motor vehicle and having no or inadequate exhaust. She was later released on appearance tickets for town court.

• Crystina M. Rosario, 33, of 43 VanDerveer St., Apt. 1, Amsterdam, was charged June 23 with seven counts of petit larceny and sixth-degree conspiracy. Deputies said Rosario was arrested for petit larceny and conspiracy from Price Chopper in the town of Amsterdam, where she worked. Rosario is expected to appear in town court at a later date.

•  Adam J. Proctor, 26, of 9 Averill St., St. Johnsville, was charged June 23 with operating a vehicle with a suspended license. Deputies said Proctor was observed driving on Route 5 in the town of Palatine when they issued a traffic stop. Deputies said a Department of Motor Vehicle Check revealed Proctor’s license was suspended for failure to pay a fine in the town of Johnstown. Proctor was issued tickets to appear in town court at a later date.

 

New York State Police

• Donald Bolton, 40, of Amsterdam was charged June 23 with driving while intoxicated, Leandra’s Law, a felony. Police said Bolton was observed driving a 2004 Ford Explorer on Church St., in the city of Amsterdam with a equipment violation. Bolton was stopped, and the trooper observed two young children in the vehicle. Bolton had red, watery eyes, slurred speech and admitted to having consumed several beers prior to driving, troopers said. He allegedly failed Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and a breath-test screening allegedly yielded a positive result for the presence of alcohol, according to troopers. He was transported to the State Police barracks in Fonda and the children were turned over to a sober relative. Police said Bolton submitted to a breath test which reported a 0.09 percent blood-alcohol-content. He was issued tickets and remanded to the county jail in lieu of bail. Police said Bolton is expected to appear in Amsterdam city court at a later date.