Amsterdam Police Department
* Robert Palacios, 43, of 56 Arnold Ave., was arrested July 7 and charged with second-degree harassment, a violation, in connection with a domestic dispute, police said. Palacios was also arrested July 8 and charged with second-degree criminal contempt after violating a city court order of protection from the previous victim, police said. He was held for arraignment on both charges.
* Jose Castro, 33, of 52 Million Ave., was arrested July 7 and charged with three counts of failure to appear in city court on outstanding bench warrants. He was held for arraignment.
* Jonathan Gomez-Ruiz, 32, of 48 James St., was arrested July 8 and charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property. According to police, Gomez-Ruiz stole a cell phone from a car and sold it to a pawn shop. He was held for arraignment.
* Shareen Nemer, 30, of 4 Boardman St., was arrested July 8 and charged with fourth-degree criminal misconduct and second-degree criminal trespassing, both misdemeanors. Nemer was held for arraignment.
* Mikayla Nowak, 17, of 30 Vrooman Ave., was arrested July 9 and charged with third-degree criminal misconduct, a class E felony, and endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor. According to police, Nowak was in a domestic dispute and broke the windshield of a vehicle with a piece of lumber. She was held for arraignment.
* John Chillak, 55, of 42 Andrew Ave., Islip Terrace, was arrested July 9 and charged with second-degree harassment, a violation. The charge stems from a domestic dispute with a relative, in which police said Chillak subjected the relative to physical contact. He was held for arraignment.
* Freaniqua Patterson, 21, of 319 Livingston Ave., Albany, was arrested July 10 and charged with failure to appear in city court on an outstanding bench warrant and violating a probation warrant. Patterson was held for arraignment.
* John Thompson, 47, of 168 Guy Park Ave., was arrested July 10 during a vehicle stop on Guy Park Avenue. He was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor. He was held for arraignment.
* Keella Weaver, 29, 106 Perkins St., was arrested July 11 and charged with failure to appear in city court on an outstanding bench warrant. Weaver was held for arraignment.
* Bruce O'Shaughnessy, 33, of 40 Roosevelt Road, was arrested July 13 and charged with third-degree robbery, a class D felony, grand larceny, a class E felony, resisting arrest, a misdemeanor, and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation. According to police, O'Shaughnessy forcibly stole a vehicle and led officers on a chase. He also received separate charges of second-degree burglary, a class C felony, and grand larceny, a class E felony, in connection with the incident. He was held for arraignment.
* Dustin Tran, 34, of 119 McCaffrey Ave., Hagaman, was arrested July 14 during a vehicle stop on Church Street. He was charged with third-degree unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and was released on $100 bail and a city court appearance ticket for July 29.
* Conor Corcoran, 22, of 519 Riverside Ave., Scotia, was arrested July 14 during a vehicle stop on Guy Park Avenue. He was charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and was released on $100 bail and a city court appearance ticket for July 29.
* Michael Budka, 43, of 112 Soule Lane, Morrisville, N.C., was arrested July 15 and charged with violating a probation warrant. He was held for arraignment.
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
* Two Gloversville men suspected of stealing gasoline were caught in the town of Amsterdam July 13 and charged with multiple traffic violations. Pedro Jaun Morales, 22 Lincoln St., and Jeremon John Wieszchowski, 768 Route 349, were charged with second-degree and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, operating a vehicle in violation of restrictions on the license, and operating a vehicle without an ignition interlock device. After they were pulled over by a deputy who responded to the fuel theft complaint, the men returned to the gas station and paid for the fuel, police said. The gas station chose not to press charges for larceny. Both men were issued traffic tickets and released.
* A Fultonville man is accused of driving drunk and causing a July 13 motor vehicle crash in which he was seriously injured, deputies said. Thomas James Jordan of 124 Gordan Road was charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, a seat belt violation, failing to keep right and use a designated lane, speeding, and driving on the left side of the road while on a hill. He was reportedly transported to Albany Medical Center as a result of his injuries. He was issued tickets for his violations and is to return to Glen town court at a later date.
* Mohammad Ali Azam, 196 Route 161, town of Florida, was charged July 12 with third-degree criminal mischief, harassment, and endangering the welfare of a child following a physical altercation between Azam and his wife, police said. Azam allegedly grabbed his wife's arm, bruising it. When she attempted to call her mother to tell her what happened, Azam reportedly took the phone from her and smashed it to the ground. The incident allegedly took place in front of the couple's three children. Azam was processed, arraigned and jailed.
* Timothy J. Hughes, 22, 6717 Route 5S, Fort Plain, was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana. He is scheduled to appear in Minden town court July 28 at 5 p.m.
* Jayde Marie Jasewicz, of 23 Main St., Fultonville, was charged July 13 with third-degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct. Jasewicz was allegedly intoxicated and started a fight with another woman at Knuckleheads bar in the village. Jasewicz punched a woman in the face and then pushed her into the side of a vehicle causing a very large dent, deputies said. Jasewicz was processed and held at the county jail.
* Andrew J. Wilson, 50, of 292 Main St., Fort Hunter, was charged July 14 with driving with a suspended registration. Wilson is to appear in the Amsterdam city court July 29 at 9 a.m.
* Kelvin A. Mora Sanabria, 18, of 208 W. Main St., Amsterdam, was charged July 14 with petty larceny. Sanabria allegedly stole from Walmart in the town of Amsterdam. He is to appear in town court.
* Daniel Izaha Lucas of 8 Elmwood Ave., Gloversville, was charged with third-degree burglary and trespass. He was arrested on a warrant after he allegedly entered a business after hours.
* Beau J. Moreau of 227 Jackson Ave., Schenectady, was arrested during an appearance in Amsterdam town court July 17 because he allegedly had an active warrant out for his arrest. Moreau was released after processing.
* Troopers arrested a Gloversville man after responding to a domestic incident Sunday on Progress Road in the town of Mayfield. The victim told police her boyfriend, Joseph Christman, 41, Gloversville, was intoxicated and yelling at her when she came home from work. When she tried to leave, Christman allegedly pushed her and caused her eye glasses to break. Christman was taken into custody and transported back to Mayfield barracks for processing. He was charged with criminal mischief with intent to damage property, a misdemeanor, and second-degree harassment, a violation. He was arraigned in town court and released with tickets to re-appear Aug. 12 at 3 p.m.
* Melissa Longfellow, 26, of Amsterdam, was arrested for allegedly driving while intoxicated after troopers saw her driving her vehicle drive down the center of Fulton Street in Gloversville. Troopers said they smelled alcohol on her breath. She allegedly failed standardized field sobriety tests, and her blood-alcohol content was .14 percent. Longfellow was released on tickets directing her to appear city court Aug. 4.
* A Schenectady woman was arrested Tuesday on an outstanding warrant after troopers stopped her for speeding on Route 5S in the town of Mohawk. Andrea N. McDuffle, 30, was turned over Glenville police after troopers confirmed she was wanted. Troopers said her warrant's charges were unavailable. Additionally, troopers said McDuffle was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor, and for driving with a suspended license.