Area Police News: August 3, 2011

Derek R. Tudor, 20, of Garrison was arrested by state police Friday and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and consumption of alcohol within a vehicle after he was stopped on Route 28 in Andes for a traffic violation.
Tudor was issued appearance tickets returnable in Town of Andes Justice Court on August 25.

Jeffrey A. Borst, 36, of Gilboa was arrested by state police on Saturday and charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation after he was stopped for speeding on Route 23 in Grand Gorge. Police say Borst’s license had been suspended seven times.
Borst was arraigned in Town of Roxbury Justice Court and remanded to the county jail in lieu of $500 cash bail to await further court action.

Bobby D. Mosley, 38, of Prattsville was arrested by state police Saturday and charged with unlicensed operation after he was stopped on Route 23 in Grand Gorge for speeding.
Mosley was issued traffic tickets returnable in Roxbury Court on August 3.

Benjamin R. Fancher, 18, of South Kortright was arrested by state police last week Monday and charged with riding an ATV while intoxicated after he was stopped on the Catskill Rail Trail for traveling with a rear passenger and having no helmets.
Fancher was issued appearance tickets returnable in Village of Stamford Justice Court on August 4.

Terrence E. Gubbins 45, of Bloomville was arrested by state police last week Wednesday and charged with petit larceny after he allegedly stole a six pack of beer from the Grand Union in Stamford.
Gubbins was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Village of Stamford Justice Court on August 4.

Shaun Yerich, 20, of Stamford was arrested by state police Friday and charged with DWI after he was stopped on Route 23 in Stamford for a traffic violation.
Police say they charged Yerich when his blood alcohol level allegedly tested .09 percent.
He was issued an appearance ticket returnable in the Village of Stamford Justice Court on August 17.

David N. Barringer, 31, of Walton was arrested by state police last week Tuesday and charged with first-degree aggravated un- licensed operation, unlawful possession of marijuana, driving with ability impaired and various vehicle and traffic charges after police found his vehicle parked facing in the wrong direction on Launt Hollow Road in Hamden.
He was issued appearance tickets returnable in Town of Hamden Justice Court on August 8.

In a related case police arrested Lora E. Casimano, 44, of Walton who was a passenger in the Barringer vehicle.
Police charged her with exposure of a person and facilitating aggravated unlicensed operator. She was issued appearance tickets returnable in Town of Hamden Justice Court.

Brett A. Barnett, 20, of Stamford was arrested by state police on Saturday and charged with public intoxication after he was found lying under the stop sign at the intersection of Main and River streets in Stamford.
Police say they issued Barnett an appearance ticket returnable in Village of Stamford Justice Court on August 17.

Joanna C. Wolff, 25, of Schenectady was arrested by state police on Saturday and charged with DWI after she was stopped on Windemere Road in Stamford for a traffic violation.
Police say they charged Wolff when her blood alcohol content allegedly tested .18 percent.
She was issued appearance tickets returnable in Village of Stamford Justice Court on August 17.

David R. Henry, 44, of Cortland was arrested by state police on July 26 and charged with felony DWI after he was stopped for speeding on Route 23 in Stamford. Police say they also charged Henry with first degree aggravated unlicensed operation, speeding and several other vehicle and traffic violations.
Police say Henry was on parole as the result of a DWI conviction in Cortland County. He was arraigned in Harpersfield Court and remanded to the county jail in lieu of $1,000 bail.

A Stamford man was arrested on drug charges Saturday after state police stopped his vehicle on River Street in Stamford for a traffic violation.
Police say they charged Jonathan R. Hynes, 30, with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession of a hypodermic needle after a search of his vehicle allegedly yielded the needle and a bag containing a powdered drug. Police also say they found a drug-cooking spoon located in Hynes’s pocket.
He was issued appearance tickets returnable in Village of Stamford Justice Court on August 17.