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Monday, August 04, 2014 - Updated: 10:21 AM

New York State Police

Seven individuals were arrested by state police this weekend for driving while intoxicated in various locations in the Fulton County area.

* Kyle Killburn, 20, of Amsterdam was arrested Sunday for DWI and second-degree driving without a license following a car accident on Smith Road. Troopers in Mayfield responded to the scene. While interviewing Killburn, troopers said they detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from him and the vehicle. Killburn was administered a standardized field sobriety test and failed, police said. He was placed under arrest and transported to the Mayfield barracks for processing. His blood alcohol count was allegedly .13 percent. Killburn was charged and released on tickets directing him to appear before Perth town court Aug. 11 at 4:30 p.m.

* Gina Trimarchi, 24, of Amsterdam was charged with a DWI during a road check in the town of Perth. Trimarchi was heading southbound on Route 30 when she entered the road check. Upon interviewing her, troopers allegedly detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage and administered a field sobriety test, which Trimarchi subsequently failed. Trimarchi was placed under arrest and transported to Mayfield state police where she was found to have a blood alcohol count of .12 percent. Trimarchi was released with tickets directing her to appear before the Town of Perth Court Aug. 18.

* Kevin Convertino, of Broadalbin was arrested Friday for aggravated DWI following a traffic stop. Troopers from Mayfield observed a vehicle speeding on Route 30 in the town of Perth and initiated a traffic stop. Upon interviewing Convertino, troopers allegedly detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage. Convertino was asked to exit the vehicle and standardized field sobriety tests were administered, which he subsequently failed. Convertino was placed under arrest and transported to Mayfield where he was found to have a blood alcohol count of .19 percent. Convertino was released with tickets directing him to appear in Town of Perth Court.

* Brian Webb of Mayfield was arrested Friday for DWI following a traffic stop on 2nd Avenue in the town. Upon interviewing Webb, the trooper said he detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage. Webb was asked to exit the vehicle and standardized field sobriety tests were administered, which he subsequently failed. Webb was arrested and transported to SP Mayfield where he was found to have an alleged blood alcohol count of .11 percent. Webb was released with tickets directing him to appear before the Town of Mayfield Court.

* Naidine Brown, 22, of Gloversville was arrested Sunday for DWI following a traffic stop. Brown was stopped by troopers on Route 122 in town of Johnstown because her vehicle was allegedly leaving the scene of a criminal mischief incident in the city. While interviewing Brown, troopers said they detected and odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle. Field sobriety tests were administered and she reportedly failed. Brown was placed under arrest and transported back to SP Mayfield for processing. She was processed without incident and her blood alcohol count was .08 percent. Brown was released on tickets directing her to appear before the Johnstown town court Aug. 20 at 6 p.m. Brown's passenger, Marisa Crocetta, allegedly admitted to the troopers that she was involved in the criminal mischief and was subsequently turned over to Johnstown Police Department for processing.

* Alfred Jackowski, 57, of Amsterdam was arrested for DWI. Jackowski was stopped by troopers on Route 29 in the town of Mayfield for crossing the center line. Upon interviewing Jackowski, troopers allegedly detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. He was administered a field sobriety test and failed. Jackowski was placed under arrest and transported back to SP Mayfield for processing. He was processed without incident and his blood alcohol count was .13 percent. Jackowski was released on tickets directing him to appear before Mayfield town court Aug. 19 at 3 p.m.

* Michael Skinner, 43, of Galway, was arrested for DWI after being stopped by troopers on Union Mills Road in the town of Broadalbin because his rear light was not working. Upon interviewing Skinner, troopers detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. He was administered field sobriety test and failed. Skinner was placed under arrest and was transported back to SP Mayfield for processing. He was processed without incident and his blood alcohol content was .12 percent. Skinner was released on tickets directing him to appear before Broadalbin town court Sept. 4.

     

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