Amsterdam Police Department
* Stephen Sage, 33, of 24 Lark St., was arrested June 26 for second-degree harassment, a violation, after reportedly striking a female in the face during a domestic dispute. Sage was held for arraignment.
* Daniel Sheehan, 28, of 16 Garfied Place, was arrested June 27 for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after an investigation into an accident on Forest Avenue. Sheehan appeared in city court July 8.
* Shelley Albritton, 37, of 260 N. Main St., Herkimer, was arrested June 29 for failure to appear in city court on an outstanding bench warrant. Albritton was held for arraignment in city court.
* Lidia Julia, 27, of 100 Charles Lane, was arrested June 29 for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after a police vehicle stop on Storrie Street. Julia was set to appear in court July 8.
* Edwin Hernandez, 31, of 9 Teller St., was arrested June 29 for criminal obstruction of breathing, a misdemeanor, after police investigated a domestic dispute. He was held for arraignment.
* Timothy Pimkowski, 20, of 141 Nestle Road, Fort Plain, was arrested June 30 for petty larceny. Police said he was caught shoplifting from a business on Guy Park Avenue. He was set to appear in city court July 8.
* Paul Green, 46, of 502 Noonan Road, Fort Johnson, was arrested June 30 during a police vehicle stop on Church Street. He was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. He was set to be appear in court July 8.
* Juan Hernandez, 30, of 60 Division St., was arrested June 30 during a police vehicle stop on East Main Street. He was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. He was released on $50 bail and was set to appear in city court July 8. After his arrested he was turned over to the Niskayuna Police Department for an outstanding bench warrant.
* John Nadolny, 36, of 100 Charles Lane, was arrested July 1 for forcible touching and endangering the welfare of a child, both misdemeanors. Police said the charges stem back to an incident in which Nadolny reportedly inappropriately touched the buttocks of a minor June 10. He was arraigned in city court.
* Gilberto Vasquez, 34, of 213 Vrooman Ave., was arrested July 1 for three counts of failure to appear in city court on three outstanding bench warrants. He was held for arraignment.
* Eddie Cepeda, 44, of 321 E. Main St., was arrested July 2 for being a fugitive from justice after the U.S. Marshal's Service and the city police department found him. According to police Cedpeda was originally on parole for robbery and burglary. He was held for arraignment.
* Jonathon Gomez-Ruiz, 32, of 48 James St., was arrested July 3 for petty larceny, a misdemeanor. Police reported he stole a SIM card from a cell phone. He was set to appear in city court July 8.
* Sara Wren, 33, of 21 Albert St., was arrested July 4 for failure to appear in city court on an outstanding bench warrant. She was held for arraignment.
* Theresa Godlewski, 29, of 5 Erie St., was arrested July 4 after a police vehicle stop on Prospect Street. She was charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. She was released on $200 bail and is set to appear in city court July 29.
* Thalia Leon, 18, of 142 Mohawk Drive, was arrested July 4 for exposure of a person and second-degree harassment. According to police, Leon got into a physical altercation with a victim on Market Street and provoked the victim to fight her by lifting her shirt, exposing her breasts and bumping the victim repeatedly. She is set to appear in court July 29.
* Keisha Saunders, 41, of 10 Roosevelt Road, was arrested July 4 for petit larceny. According to police, Saunders stole a cell phone from a bedroom. She was set to appear in city court July 8.
* Darial Briggs, 51, of 8 Gardiner St., was arrested July 4 for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle during a police vehicle stop. He was set to appear in city court July 15.
* Sherod Owens, 18, of 48 Glen Ave., was arrested July 5 for second-degree criminal contempt, a misdemeanor, after reportedly violating an order of protection by city court. He was held for arraignment.
* Michael Carlson, 31, of 147 Wallins Corners Road, was arrested July 5 during a police vehicle stop on Market Street. Carlson was charged with DWAI drugs, a misdemeanor, and leaving the scene of a vehicular accident with property damage, a violation, and seventh-degree criminal possession of drugs, a misdemeanor. According to police, he was under the influence of Fentanyl. He is set to appear in court July 29.
* Michael Pereira, 19, of 52 Milton Ave., was arrested July 5 for failure to appear in city court on an outstanding bench warrant. He was held for arraignment.
* Jeffrey Alvarado, 31, of 21 Mathias Ave., was arrested July 6 for disorderly conduct, a violation, in connection with a fight on Mathias Avenue. David Ronquillo, 25, of 100 Charles Lane, was also charged with disorderly conduct. According to police, the men got into a fight over the proper way to cook chicken. Both men were set to appear city court July 12.
* Karly Mattas, 22, of 42 W. Pine St., was arrested July 6 during a police vehicle stop on Route 5. She was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor. She is set to appear in city court July 22.
* A 20-year-old Ardsley man was arrested Saturday for stealing two pairs of earrings from the Kohl's Department Store on Route 30 in the town of Amsterdam.
Lance J. Stokes was arrested and charged with misdemeanor petty larceny after allegedly admitting he stole the earrings valued at $45. Kohl's loss prevention officials reportedly saw Stokes place the merchandise into his pocket before entering the checkout line to pay for additional items. Heallegedly told the responding trooper he made a stupid mistake.
Stoke is scheduled to be arraigned in Amsterdam town court July 24.
* Amanda Giblin, 26, of Mayfield, was arrested for driving while intoxicated after troopers conducted a traffic stop on Route 30. Giblin was reportedly stopped on Route 30 in the town of Mayfield for speeding. While interviewing her, troopers said they smelled alcohol. Giblin took field sobriety tests and allegedly failed. Giblin was placed under arrest and transported to the Mayfield station where she was reportedly found to have a blood-alcohol content of .09 percent. She was released with tickets directing her to appear at Mayfield town court on Aug. 8.
* Robert Handy, 43, of Johnstown, was arrested for seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and driving while intoxicated in the town of Broadalbin. Mayfield troopers said they approached Handy's vehicle after finding him parked in the northbound lane of Route 10. Troopers allegedly smelled alcohol and found him in possession of hydrocodone, a controlled substance. Police said he failed standardized field sobriety tests and was taken to Mayfield police station where he was found to have a blood-alcohol content of .11 percent. He was issued tickets directing him to appear at Broadalbin town court on Aug. 4.
* A 23-year-old Palatine Bridge man was arrested early Sunday morning after he crashed his 1997 Pontiac Sunfire in the town of Mohawk and left the scene, according to New York State Police.
Stephen C. Moshier was arrested after troopers tracked him down at a friend's graduation party on Stone Arabia Road, where he crashed his vehicle.
During a police interview, Moshier allegedly admitted to consuming up to eight beers and three shots of liquor during the party hours before the time of the accident.
Troopers said he got into his vehicle and attempted to drive home when he drove into a ditch at the end of his friend's driveway. Troopers said after friends helped him push his car out of the ditch, Moshier got behind the wheel again even though friends advised him not too.
Troopers said Moshier eventually crashed a second time a short distance down the road in the westbound lane blocking traffic.
Moshier reportedly told troopers he left his car in the road because he did not know what else to do at that point. Troopers allegedly located him asleep on the floor at his friend's house where the party was held. Moshier's blood-alcohol content was reported at .11 percent.
He is scheduled for arraignment in the Mohawk town court on July 23.
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
* Two Amsterdam men were arrested by the Montgomery Sheriff's Office July 8 following an incident at Target in the town of Amsterdam.
Emanuel Ocasio Gonzalez, 27, of 82 Wall St. and Guillerno Andino, 36, of 49 Pulaski St. were charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and criminal possession of a hypodermic needle.
Andino and Ocasio Gonzalez allegedly left the store after Target employees were suspicious that they had concealed merchandise on their bodies and were detained in the Amsterdam Commons parking lot. Ocasio Gonzalez was allegedly found to be in possession of a stolen bottle of cologne. Both men were also found to be in possession of hypodermic needles, the sheriff's office reported.
Andino and Ocasio Gonzalez were transported to the county jail for processing. Andino was issued one appearance ticket and Ocasio Gonzalez was issued two appearance tickets. Both men were released and are to appear in town court.
* Shana T. M. Price, 35, of 407 Bogden Road, Broadalbin, was arrested July 7 for petty larceny at Target. Price was allegedly detained by Target loss prevention after she attempted to leave the store with more than $700 worth of merchandise, the sheriff's office reported. Price was transported to the sheriff's office for processing and was released with an appearance ticket for town court.
* Wilabert Bonet, 50, of 527 N. Market St., Johnstown, was arrested July 5 for harassment that reportedly occurred during a domestic dispute in the town of Mohawk. Bonet is to appear in town court July 23 at 5 p.m.
* John M. Potochney, 55, of 187 Gidley Road, Charleston, was arrested July 10 for harassment and criminal mischief that reportedly occurred during a domestic dispute. He was arraigned in town court and remanded to jail on bail.
* Roger J. Ayers, 36, of 7853 Route 5, St. Johnsville, was arrested on four counts of petty larceny after an investigation into reported thefts of motor vehicle batteries from several locations in the county. Ayers is being accused of stealing more than 12 batteries from farm vehicles and tractor-trailers in the towns of Minden and Palatine. The thefts took place during the past several weeks, the sheriff's office reported. Ayers was held in the county jail pending arraignment.