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Police Report - 05/31/2012

Thursday, May 31, 2012 - Updated: 9:09 AM

Fort Plain Police Department

• Christopher T. Baird, 23 and Krista N. Moore, 24, both of 47.5 Division St., Fort Plain, and Emily J. Brownell, 22, of 328 Hessville Road, Fort Plain, were arrested on May 23, all charged with second degree harassment.

Brownell, Baird and Moore were arrested after officers investigated a complaint of the suspects banging on the windows of the victim trying to scare and harass her. They were issued appearance tickets and released to return to court at a later date.

• Ashley Anna, 20, of 7972 Marrageansett St., Ramsen, NY, was arrested on May 23, charged with second degree harassment, after she banged on the windows of a home creating fear and panic.

• Christopher L. Brownell, 20, of 328 Hessville Road, Fort Plain, was arrested on May 23, charged with second degree burglary, a class C felony; second degree strangulation, a class D felony; obstruction of breathing/blood circulation, a class A misdemeanor; third class assault and criminal mischief.

Brownell was arrested on a warrant based on an incident reported on the night of May 22. It was reported that Brownell forced his way into his ex-girlfriend’s residence, located on Division St., by kicking and damaging the door and then assaulting a male that was at the residence by choking him. Brownell was arraigned in the Town of Minden Court and held on $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond.

• Mickey Miller, 63, of 70 Main St., was arrested May 23, charged with having an open container.

Miller was arrested when he was observed by an officer on Main St. with an open can of beer.

• Sherwood E. Dodson, 52, of 502 Blaine Road, Canajoharie, was arrested on May 26, charged with driving while intoxicated.

Dodson was stopped for driving in the wrong lane. During the stop, officers located an open alcoholic beverage in the vehicle. Dodson was arrested DWI after he failed field sobriety testing. He was processed at the station and released to appear in the Town of Minden Court.

Fulton County Sheriff’s Office

* Mackenzie Ferguson, 16, of Dolgeville, was arrested on May 1 following a harassment complaint in the town of Oppenheim. Ferguson is alleged to have struck a 13-year-old male several times while on the school bus. She was charged with second degree harassment and issued an appearance ticket to appear in Oppenheim Town Court at a later date.

• DJ Rhodes, 26, of St. Johnsville, was arrested on April 16 following a vehicle pursuit in the towns of Mayfield and Johnstown, and the city of Gloversville. He is accused of having fled a vehicle stop in the town of Mayfield. Rhodes was charged with possession of drugs, resisting arrest, reckless driving and numerous additional traffic violations. Rhodes was taken to the Fulton County Correctional Facility on a county court warrant.

Kade Zappia, 24, of Broadalbin, a passenger in Rhodes’ vehicle was also arrested and charged with possession of drugs. Zappia was arraigned in Johnstown Town Court and remanded to the Fulton County Correctional Facility on $1000 bail.


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