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The Altamont Enterprise - Thursday, December 14*2006

Blotters and Dockets

Allysa J. Stornelli, 18, of 215 Hampton Ave., Rensselaer, was arrested on Nov. 2 1 , at Crossgates Mall, for petit larceny, a misdemeanor. Guilderland Police s a y J.C. Penney., lossprevention officers saw Stornelli take one bra and one bandanna, worth $32.50, and put the items in her purse without paying. Jermell L. Williams, 20, .of 345 Second St., apartment 1, Albany, was a r r e s t e d on Nov. 29, at Mercy Care Lane and Western Avenue, for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor. While on patrol, G u i l d e r l a n d Police saw Williams in the right eastbound lane of Western Avenue near Mercy Care Lane with the hood of his vehicle u p and they pulled up and t u r n e d on their emergency lights, according to the arrest report. A license check revealed t h a t Williams's driver's license was suspended in November for failing to answer a summons out of the town of Princetown, and police also discovered the Williams had a n o u t s t a n d i n g bench w a r r a n t out of t h e Kingston Police Dep a r t m e n t , but the d e p a r t m e n t "declined" to extradite, the report says. Guilderland Police say Williams's license was also suspended because of an insurance lapse. Thomas N. Thompson, 25, of 5 F a r n s w o r t h Dr., a p a r t m e n t 6, Guilderland, was a r r e s t e d on Nov. 17, on Farnsworth Drive, for driving while intoxicated, with prior convictions; operating a motor vehicle with a bloodalcohol content of .08 percent or greater; and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle -- all felonies. He was also a r r e s t e d for seconddegree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; reckless driving; and thirddegree fleeing a.police officer -- all misdemeanors. And, he was arrested, for eight infractions: failure to obey a police officer; speeding; equipment -violation,inadequate license plate-lighting; equipment violation, insufficient tail lights; muffler-exhaust system violation; failure to obey a traffic device; operating a motor vehicle without an inspection certificate; and a registration plate display violation. Guilderland Police say Thompson was driving south on Church Road with "numerous equipment violations," and, after they activated their emergency lights, indicating that Thompson should pull over, Thompson did not stop and he continued driving in a "reckless manner." Soon after, Thompson turned into the Deer Valley Apartments and he was stopped on F a r n s w o r t h Drive and, when police interviewed him, he displayed signs of intoxication and police could smell alcohol, according to the arrest report. Thompson was given a field-sobriety test, which he failed, and police discovered that his driver's license was revoked in February of 2005 because of a prior DWI conviction in Johnstown (Fulton County), and a chemical test revealed a blood-alcohol content of .14 percent, the report says. Thompson w a s r e m a n d e d to A l b a n y County's jail without bail by a Guilderland town judge, the arrest report says. **** Kasey E. Flanagan, 17, of 123 Bird Hill Rd., Averill Park, was arrested on Nov. 2 1 , at Crossg a t e s Mall, for fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, a misdemeanor. Guilderland Police say Flanagan and a co-defendant, along with a female juvenile, were stopped for taking merchandise from J.C. Penney's in the mall and police discovered stolen property consisting of underwear, shoes, costume jewelry, and clothing from

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Accessories, Urban BeDSW Shoes, Victoria's and C h a r l o t t e Russe, total of $311.50. Road of t h e mall, and a check with the state's Department of Motor Vehicles revealed t h a t both Edwards's driver's license and her registration were suspended for a lapse in insurance, failing to answer a summons out of the town of Colonie, and failing to answer a summons out of the town of Richmondville, according to t h e a r r e s t report. E d w a r d s ' s license w a s suspended a total of three times on three dates, the reports say. Anika N. Asquith, 20, of 546 North Pearl St., a p a r t m e n t 2, Albany, a n d M a g d e l i n e V. Padilla, 18, of 636 L South Pearl Street in Albany, were both arrested on Nov. 14, at Crossgates Mall for petit larceny, a misdemeanor. A s q u i t h w a s also charged with acting in a manner injurious to a child, a misdemeanor. Guilderland Police say Asquith and Padilla took merchandise from the H&M store in front of Asquith's one-year-old son. Asquith took one brown shirt, worth $14.90, and concealed it in h e r son's b a b y stroller, and Padilla took one red top, one brown top, and one gold top, worth a total of $40.70, according to the arrest report. **** Kelli M: Melfi, 21, of 518 Hudson Ave., number 2 B, Albany, was a r r e s t e d on Nov. 22, a t Crossgates Mall, for petit larceny, a misdemeanor.' Guilderland Police say Melfi, while employed at Spencer Gifts, took one hairclip, one Atreau shirt, two Body Snatcher shirts, and one belt, for a total of $70.95, between August and t h e date of h e r a r r e s t , from t h e Spencer Gifts w i t h o u t p a y i n g for t h e items.

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Among the cases presided over by J u d g e J o h n W. Bailey in Guilderland Town Court on Dec. 7 were: -- Bartolomeo T. Little, 37, of 126 Main St., Altamont, was arrested on Oct. 2, a t Schoolcraft Street and Western Avenue, for driving while intoxicated, with a prior conviction; first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; and operating a motor vehicle with a bloodalcohol content of .08 percent or greater -- all felonies. His case was waived to a grand jury; -- Nicole M. Meacham, 32, of 244 Witter Rd., Altamont -- arrested on Oct. 6, on Western Avenue, for driving while intoxicated, first offense; failing to keep right on a two-lane road; and failing to obey a traffic device -- pleaded guilty to driving while ability impaired by alcohol and was sentenced to pay a $300 fine, a n $80 surcharge, and attend both a victims' impact panel and drinking and driving program; -- Richard J . Morrell, 44, of 1 Delee Ave., G u i l d e r l a n d , arrested on Oct. 13, a t his home, for second-degree reckless end a n g e r m e n t a n d illegally disc h a r g i n g a firearm, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was sentenced to pay a $250 fine and a $100 surcharge; and -- John J. Romano, 26, of 754 Third St., Guilderland, arrested on Oct. 3, on State Farm Road n e a r t h e F a r n s w o r t h Middle School, for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, operating an unregistered motor vehicle on the highway, and failing to obey a traffic device, pleaded guilty to third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and was sentenced to pay a $100 fine and a $55 surcharge.

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Christopher R. Horn, 27, of 2012 Vermontview Dr., Watervliet, was arrested on Nov. 21, on Depot Road near the railroad tracks, for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, both misdemeanors, and operating a motor vehicle without i n s u r a n c e , an infraction. Horn was stopped by Guilderland Police on Depot Road after they received complaints that he had pointed a "long gun" out of the window of his vehicle, and, when interviewed, Horn admitted to "looking at a deer through the scope with an unloaded shotgun," according to t h e police report. Police found an unloaded shotgun in t h e b a c k s e a t of Horn's vehicle, and a license check r e v e a l e d t h a t H o r n ' s driver's license was suspended for failing to pay a fine in Menands and t h a t his registration was suspended due to an insurance lapse. His shotgun was held, p e n d i n g additional charges, the report says. **** Brittany D. E d w a r d s , 23, of 192 Crosier Rd., Duanesburg, was a r r e s t e d on Nov. 25, at Crossgates Mall, for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration -- both misdemeanors -- and for operating a motor vehicle without insurance and failing to stop a t a stop sign, both infractions. E d w a r d s was stopped by Guilderland Police in the Best Buy parking lot because of a traffic infraction on the Ring

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