* The New York State Police arrested a Fonda man early Saturday morning after stopping his vehicle near the Mohawk River in the town of Mohawk. Shaun L. Schriner, 45, was charged with misdemeanor aggravated driving while intoxicated. Troopers said they approached Schriner after watching him drive into the Mohawk town gravel storage area shortly after midnight. Troopers asked both Schriner and his female companion why they were there. The couple told police they were coming from dinner and heading toward the river for the sake of nostalgia, according to the report. A breath test revealed Schriner's blood alcohol content was .22 percent, according to police, almost three times the legal limit. Schriner is scheduled for arraignment in Mohawk town court Wednesday.
* New York State Police at Mayfield arrested Justin Rizzio, 28, of Gloversville, on charges of attempted burglary. A neighbor contacted troopers after allegedly observing Rizzio use a ladder to try and enter a residence. Rizzio was charged with second-degree attempted burglary; illegal entry into a dwelling. He was remanded to Fulton County Jail.
* Edward Norman, 59, of Mayfield, was arrested for driving while intoxicated after Mayfield troopers pulled him over for driving erratically on Route 30. During an interview, troopers allegedly smelled alcohol in his vehicle. Field sobriety tests were administered and Norman allegedly failed. He was placed under arrest and his blood alcohol content was reportedly .12 percent. Norman was released with tickets directing him to appear at Mayfield town court July 22.
* Cole Strempel, 16, of Collegeville, Pa., was arrested for driving his all-terrain vehicle while intoxicated. Mayfield troopers said they witnessed Strempel drive his ATV without a helmet on Sinclair Road in the town of Edinburgh. Troopers initiated a vehicle and traffic stop and said they smelled alcohol. Strempel allegedly failed standardized field sobriety tests. He was placed under arrest and transported to Mayfield police station where he was allegedly found to have a blood alcohol content of .14 percent. Strempel was released with tickets directing him to appear in the town of Edinburgh Court July 21.
* Mayfield troopers arrested Charles Peek, 32, of Northville, on charges of attempted assault. Troopers said they were dispatched for a report of a fight in Northville and discovered Peek fighting his landlord and allegedly head butted the victim in the nose. Peek was arrested for second-degree attempted assault and issued an appearance ticket for Northampton town court Thursday.