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20121022 DG

BY KATHLEEN MOORE Gazette Reporter

When there’s nothing left to cut,
there’s just one thing to do: increase
revenue.
That’s what the city’s codes department
plans to do, by cracking
down on rental certifi cates, Building
Inspector Eric Shilling told the
City Council.
This year, the department focused
on collecting fees for vacant
housing.
“Looking forward to seeing how
much we can do,” Shilling said.
City rules require owners to pay
a vacancy fee that increases with
every year the house is left vacant.
Owners must also fi le a plan for
rehabbing, renting or selling the
house.
Already, the department has collected
$133,000 more than it did
last year — and that’s just counting
money that came in by the end
of August.
Next year, he plans to enforce
the rental certificate fee, which
every landlord must pay for every
unit they rent out.
The certifi cates come with an
annual inspection that is quite unpopular
with landlords. Many refuse
to pay for the certifi cate, even
though it’s required.
Shilling estimated that 25 percent
of the city’s landlords get the
certifi cate.
“We’re wildly outnumbered right
now,” he said. “We have multiple
100-unit high-rise buildings not being
inspected. We have no information
on who the landlord is, who’s
supposed to be in the building,
whether there’s insurance.”
He said he couldn’t enforce the
rule this year because he didn’t
have enough code enforcers.
“We simply don’t have the resources
to chase that,” he said.
So he asked for a housing offi cer,
at a salary of about $37,000. Code
enforcers have an average salary
of $43,000.
The offi cer would interview tenants
and landlords to enforce the
rental certifi cate.
“I expect it to be just as successful
as the vacant housing,” he said,
referring to the revenue that could
be brought in.
Each certifi cate is $50. If the unit
fails inspection, the landlord must
fi x the problems and pay another
$25 for re-inspection. Certain code
violations also require permits
when repairs are made.
The city may also start doing
apartment inspections for the
Schenectady Municipal Housing
Authority’s Section 8 program.
Shilling said he could do better
inspections because the city inspections
require more than Section 8.
Among the city’s requirements are
carbon monoxide detectors, which
Shilling said Section 8 does not require.
Mayor Gary McCarthy added
that the change could free up Section
8 personnel while bringing in
revenue for the city.
“We’re doing the same inspections,
we’re in the same neighborhoods,”
he said.
And if the city does those inspections,
enforcers could add to the
data they’re trying to collect on
landlords and apartment buildings,
Shilling said.
“We’d start to universalize our
data. Right now it’s a void,” he
said.
Council President Denise Brucker
said she also wants to see penalties
for landlords who accept
Section 8 rental checks but don’t
pay their property taxes. McCarthy
wants to get federal support to
garnish the landlord’s checks just
as child support can be garnished
from parents’ paychecks.
“They’re stiffi ng us,” he said.
City officials also indicated
they’d be willing to spend more of
the federal Community Development
Block Grant on the codes department.
The block grant already
pays for some code enforcers, but
some residents have protested the
spending because they feel it would
be better spent on community programs.
Shilling said his enforcers and inspectors
would be more effi cient
if they had PDAs so they could fi le
certifi cates and code violations in
the fi eld.
“Right now they’re archaic, writing
everything on paper,” he said.
“With an iPad, in the field, the
rental certifi cate — it’s done! We
could expand our horizons greatly
with those tools.”
Brucker said the block grant
funds could be used to buy PDAs,
since they would be used in lowincome
neighborhoods. Block
grants are aimed at those neighborhoods.
But Shilling said he’d still like
more people.
“We’re shrinking our group as
we’re growing our programs and
revenue,” he said. “The cracked
sidewalks and broken windows that
people keep calling about — we really
have to triage these. I’d love
to show [them] attention but I just
don’t have the manpower.”

Schenectady County Real Estate Transactions

October 21, 2012

Below is a listing of Schenectady County Taxes due November 2012.

Unpaid Taxes for Schenectady County

AMSTERDAM POLICE DEPARTMENT
Peter L. Faboskay, 36, of 1795 County Highway 107, was charged June 9 with second-degree obstructing governmental administration and violations.
Nicholas Faboskay, 16, of 51 Bayard St., was charged June 9 with resisting arrest and a violation.

GLOVERSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Michael K. Morgan, 41, of 136 Bleeker St., was charged June 11 with petty larceny.
David L. Becker, 22, of 10 North St., was charged June 12 with petty larceny.
Fred L. Royal, 52, of 51 W. Fulton St., was charged June 12 with seconddegree criminal contempt.

SARATOGA SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT
Joshua P. Shevlin, 20, Allen Drive, was charged on June 13 with endangering the welfare of a child and third-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
Kevin Golden, 29, Bedminster, was charged on June 14 with issuing a bad check.
Jason H. Bunting, 27, Waterford, was charged on June 14 with driving while intoxicated.
Elizabeth A. Nichols, 20, Watervliet, was charged on June 14 with false personation.

SCHENECTADY POLICE DEPARTMENT
Jasmine I. Strong, 26, of 1717 Ave. A, was charged on June 1 with resisting arrest.
Victoria L. Varno, 22, of 503 Clayton Road, was charged on June 1 with driving while intoxicated.
Anthony D. Polite, 24, of 805 Windsor Terr., was charged on June 1 with third-degree assault, endangering the welfare of a child, and petty larceny.
Sadie D. Rodriguez, 16, of 1333 Grovesnor Square, was charged on June 1 with fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon and second-degree assault.
Daniel F. Cruz, 24, of 870 Crane St., was charged on June 1 with third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child.
Bernard C. Slater, 29, of 1059 Pleasant St., was charged on June 1 with fourth-degree criminal mischief and petty larceny.
Gerald J. Purdy, 43, of 1455 Dorwaldt Blvd., was charged on June 2 with driving while intoxicated.
Angela J. Cooper, 28, of 2078 Careleon Road, was charged on June 2 with petty larceny.
Matthew A. Littleton, 46, no address, was charged on June 2 with resisting arrest, criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, second-degree unlawful imprisonment, third-degree menacing, and second-degree harassment.
Dion L. Underwood, 34, of 319 Division St., was charged on June 2 with endangering the welfare of a child and third-degree assault.
Matthew J. Simonson, 28, Niskayuna, was charged on June 2 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Mark P. Strazalkowski, 18, of 1307 Lowell Road, was charged on June 3 with fi fth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, seconddegree burglary, second-degree obstructing governmental administration, and resisting arrest.
Elliot V. Nark, 17, of 1370 Glenwood Blvd., was charged on June 3 with second-degree burglary.
Danene R. Campbell, 45, of 522 Manhattan St., was charged on June 3 with petty larceny.
Raymond B. Francis, 45, of 1596 Van Vranken Ave., was charged on June 4 with fi rst-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and felony driving while intoxicated.
Luis F. Nunez, 41, of 36 Catherine St., was charged on June 4 with second-degree burglary, third-degree robbery, fi rst-degree criminal contempt, second-degree menacing, fi fth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, and fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Lori A. Bacchia, 48, Scotia, was charged on June 4 with fi rst-degree criminal contempt and second-degree aggravated harassment.
Ruthie B. Bell, 56, of 1825 Campbell Ave., was charged on June 5 with fi rst-degree offering to fi le a false instrument and petty larceny.
Lisa E. Cherry, 43, of 436 Manhattan St., was charged on June 5 with fourth-degree grand larceny and fi rst-degree offering to fi le a false instrument.
Sarah C. Miles, 24, of 1925 Van Vranken Ave., was charged on June 6 with driving while intoxicated.
Angela M. Krough, 23, of 15 Ingersoll Ave., was charged on June 6 with driving while intoxicated.
Christopher P. Lee, 28, Poughkeepsie, was charged on June 6 with second-degree aggravated harassment.
Kory R. Althiser, 22, of 906 Strong St., was charged on June 6 with second-degree criminal contempt and second-degree harassment.
Dorothy E. Rivera, 45, of 5 Seneca St., was charged on June 6 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Amber L. McNulty, 21, 1009 Howard Street, was charged on June 6 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Nicole M. Horton, 30, Amsterdam, was charged on June 6 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
April M. Lawyer, 28, of 26 Chestnut
St., was charged on June 6 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Shirleen Lucas, 58, of 823 Lincoln Ave., was charged on June 6 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
John J. Tsakanikas, 28, of 234 S. Ferry St., was charged on June 6 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Janet J. Maisonette, 25, of 361 Georgetta Dix, was charged on June 6 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Gregory A. Tucker, 48, of 125 Jay St., was charged on June 6 with fi rst-degree rape.
Amanda R. Chase, 28, of 1354 Dewitt St., was charged on June 6 with endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree harassment.
Deylon D. Moore, 25, of 2407 Albany St., was charged on June 7 with third-degree criminal mischief and fi fth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Joseph Solomon, 18, of 920 Bridge St., was charged on June 7 with third-degree assault.
Felecia D. McClinton, 27, of 1209 Congress St., was charged on June 7 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Kashlany I. Melendez, 22, of 10 Queens Drive, was charged on June 7 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument and petty larceny.
Karim A. Stevenson, 33, 36 Kelton Avenue, was charged on June 7 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Robert V. Colafemina, 54, of 1237 Crane St., was charged on June 7 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Laquinn M. Wilson, 29, of 799 Albany St., was charged on June 7 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Sandick Dorvil, 27, of 812 State St., was charged on June 7 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Terry C. Irons, 52, of 1175 Hendrickson Ave., was charged on June 8 with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Ashanta L. Gantt, 31, of 817 Hamilton St., was charged on June 8 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Raymond B. Francis, 45, of 1589 Van Vranken Ave., was charged on June 8 with second-degree menacing, fourth-degree criminal mischief, and endangering the welfare of a child.
Matthew H. Potter, 26, of 54 Western Parkway, was charged on June 8 with second-degree criminal contempt and second-degree harassment.
Juan O. Peguero, 19, of 665 Sunset St., was charged on June 8 with second-degree menacing and seconddegree harassment.
Robert F. Staples, 44, Jordanville, was charged on June 8 with second-degree criminal mischief, third-degree grand larceny, and petty larceny.
Seth C. Anderson, 46, Washington Town, Maine, was charged on June 8 with aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Laurissa A. Wilson, 29, of 51 McClellan St., was charged on June 8 with endangering the welfare of a child.
Randy J. Marshall, 33, Rotterdam, was charged on June 8 with possession of a hypodermic instrument and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Andrew G. Yarter, 18, Carrie Street, was charged on June 9 with third-degree criminal trespass.
Ross W. Pomykaj, 32, of 950 Congress St., was charged on June 9 with third-degree falsely reporting an incident.
Devon O. Hosier, 46, of 1139 Parkwood Blvd., was charged on June 9 with fi rst-degree criminal contempt, second-degree aggravated harassment, and second-degree criminal contempt.
James E. McKeever, 35, Amsterdam, was charged on June 9 with second-degree criminal trespass.
Blaney M. Collins, 29, of 12 Mynderse Street, was charged on June 9 with second-degree harassment, second-degree criminal contempt, and fi fth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Stacey R. Blanchard, 24, of 831 Francis Ave., was charged on June 9 with second-degree criminal trespass and second-degree aggravated harassment.
Jason M. Regals, 19, of 6th Avenue, was charged on June 9 with second-degree harassment and fi rst-degree burglary.
Nicholas J. Stevens, 21, of 155 Clement Ave., was charged on June 9 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Michael F. Brucker, 31, of 1665 Carrie St., was charged on June 10 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.
John W. Staufenberg, 39, Scotia, was charged on June 10 with fi rst-degree criminal contempt and second-degree aggravated harassment.
Lawrence G. Giordono, 48, of 1662 Roma St., was charged on June 10 with third-degree criminal trespass.
Arturo E. Garcia, 43, of 624 Crane St., was charged on June 10 with third-degree criminal trespass.
Philip C. Hudson, 21, Albany, was charged on June 11 with third-degree criminal tampering, seconddegree menacing, trespass, and second-degree obstructing governmental administration.
Efrain J. Beniquez, 20, of 506 Paige St., was charged on June 11 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Darlene D. Verruto, 57, Saratoga Springs, was charged on June 11 with fi rst-degree burglary, second-degree assault, second-degree criminal mischief, and resisting arrest.
Malaysha L. Armbrester, 21, of 1597 Foster Ave., was charged on June 11 with second-degree harassment and third-degree assault.
Richard S. Romero, 41, of 31 Western Parkway, was charged on June 11 with fi rst-degree criminal contempt and second-degree harassment.
Yaneira Lopez, 38, of 36 Steinmetz Homes, was charged on June 11 with third-degree assault, endangering the welfare of a child, and second-degree obstructing governmental administration.
Shay E. Hall, 22, of 254 Cherry St., was charged on June 11 with second-degree burglary, fourth-grand larceny, and second-degree harassment.
James T. Watkins, 31, of 1718 Van Vranken Ave., was charged on June 11 with third-degree criminal possession of stolen property and third-degree unauthorized use of a vehicle.
Delavan A. Raphael, 25, of 425 Shannon St., was charged on June 11 with third-degree criminal mischief and fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Cory W. Robinson, 36, Utica, was charged on June 12 with second-degree manufacture of unauthorized recordings and second-degree obstructing governmental administration.
Hector M. Martinez, 31, of 2105 Van Vranken Ave., was charged on June 12 with second-degree criminal contempt.
Brian D. Carter, 30, of 864 Albany St., was charged on June 12with second-degree criminal contempt.
Adebaye K. Lindsey, 23, of 227 Duane Ave., was charged on June 12 with second-degree harassment and third-degree criminal trespass.
Tyrone M. Smith, 27, of 1119 Chrisler Ave., was charged on June 12 with second-degree criminal contempt.
Heriberto Polanco, 30, of 1635 Foster Ave., was charged on June 12 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument and petty larceny.

GLENVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Terrence A. Boston, 50, address unavailable, was charged June 5 with two counts of second-degree forgery, two counts of petty larceny, three counts of fourth-degree grand larceny and two counts second-degree identity theft.
Kevin L. Patrick, 34, of East 26th Street, Brooklyn, was charged June 5 with petty larceny and fi rst-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Randolff L. Bellamy, 28, of Van Vranken Avenue, Schenectady, was charged June 7 with endangering the welfare of a child.
Michael R. Falzano, 40, of Maybrook Drive, was charged June 9 with petty larceny.

ROTTERDAM POLICE DEPARTMENT
Desirae Bashaw, 18, of Main Street, Schenectady, was charged June 5 with petty larceny.
Kyle Burbank, 17, of Van Buren Road, Glenville, was charged June 5 with petty larceny.
Delaney Forgette, 16, of Sanders Avenue, Scotia, was charged June 5 with petty larceny.
Christopher Perdomo, 31, of Main Street, Schenectady, was charged June 5 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Juan Brown, 42, of First Street, Albany, was charged June 5 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Robert Orphan, 33, of Broadway, Schenectady, was charged June 7 with petty larceny.
Patrick Walsh, 50, of Edgewood Avenue, was charged June 7 with third- and fourth-degree grand larceny, petty larceny and second-degree scheme to defraud.
Chad Bradt, 22, of Bellaire Drive, Glenville, was charged June 7 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Jason Hilts, 28, of Glenwood Avenue, Gloversville, was charged June 9 with endangering the welfare of a child.
Dennis Wohllber , 22, of Hamilton Street, Schenectady, was charged June 9 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, driving while intoxicated and blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher.
Stephen Lawton, 28, of Washington Avenue, Scotia, was charged June 10 with petty larceny.
Muhammad Ameen, 47, of Delamont Avenue, Schenectady, was charged June 11 with petty larceny.
Timothy Beblowski, 35, Myrtle Avenue, Schenectady, was charged June 11 with second-degree burglary and second-degree attempted burglary.

SARATOGA SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT
Erin A. Murphy, 22, Lancaster Street, was charged on June 8 with aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Matthew J. Rodger, 26, Ballston Spa, was charged on June 10 with driving while intoxicated.
Emily E. Pierce, 31, South Salem, was charged on June 11 with thirddegree criminal trespass.

SCHENECTADY POLICE DEPARTMENT
Michael J. Parmatier, 31, of 3284 Albany St., was charged on May 30 with second-degree aggravated harassment.
Cameron L. Johnson, 21, of 287 Newton St., was charged on May 31 with aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Thomas A. Brown, 28, of 28 Moyston St., was charged on May 31 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Jason R. Pardi, 37, of 2117 Ferguson St., was charged on May 31 with third-degree criminal possession of stolen property, third-degree criminal mischief, second-degree criminal mischief, driving while intoxicated, and reckless driving.
Nicholas J. Morris, 20, of 109 Jackson Ave., was charged on May 31 with fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree criminal contempt.
Rogerio F. Torres, 30, Burnt Hills, was charged on May 31 with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and disorderly conduct.
Joel E. Ward, 33, Clifton Park, was charged on May 31 with fourthdegree criminal mischief.
Razon Venable, 28, of 1749 Albany St., was charged on May 31 with second-degree criminal contempt.
Jeremy K. Brust, 16, of 1455 Dorwaldt Blvd., was charged on May 31 with fourth-degree grand larceny, fourth-degree criminal mischief, and petty larceny.
Carly J. Borrello, 16, of 135 Gifford Road, was charged on May 31 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Christian A. Carmen, 24, of 1467 Dewitt St., was charged on May 31 with unlawful possession of marijuana and reckless driving.
Corey T. Chaires, 19, of 133 Elder St., was charged on May 31 with fi fth-degree arson.
Anthony D. Polite, 23, of 72 Steuben St., was charged on May 31 with endangering the welfare of a child and third-degree assault.
Valdenei P. Kapp, 33, Cohoes, was charged on June 1 with felony driving while intoxicated and fi rstdegree aggravated unlicensed operation.
Erica L. Bryant, 21, of 1531 Van Vranken Ave., was charged on June 1 with second-degree criminal contempt, fourth-degree criminal mischief, and second-degree menacing.

GLOVERSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Richard A. Sanchez, 23, of 69 W. Fulton St., was charged June 6 with third-degree menacing.

ROTTERDAM POLICE DEPARTMENT
Connie Mackey, 48, of Lake Road, Galway, was charged May 29 with petty larceny.
Ronald Vuignier, 31, of Hulett Street, Schenectady, was charged May 29 with petty larceny.
Paul Sausville, 43, of Parklawn Avenue, was charged May 29 with second-degree criminal trespassing, driving while intoxicated, blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher and a violation.
Jason Bernacki, 31, of Marshall Avenue, Schenectady, was charged May 29 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Andrew Ronca, 23, of Darrow Road, Duanesburg, was charged May 29 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Chad DiDonna, 19, of Fordham Avenue, Schenectady, was charged May 30 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Isaih Toland, 23, of Adams Street, Schenectady, was charged May 30 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Raynel Thompson, 29, of Craig Street, Schenectady, was charged May 31 with petty larceny.
Carlos Hemengildo, 34, of Route 146, Guilderland Center, was charged May 31 with second-degree criminal contempt and second-degree harassment.
Tiffany Plath, 22, of Fourth Avenue, Schenectady, was charged may 31 with petty larceny.
William Ledger, 50, of Crane Street, was charged June 1 with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and petty larceny.
Ymalai Cortes, 19, of E. Main Street, Amsterdam, was charged June 1 with petty larceny.
Karen Shea, 18, of Ledge Street, Amsterdam, was charged June 1 with petty larceny.
Sylvester Flora, 16, of Orchard Street, Schenectady, was charged June 2 with petty larceny and resisting arrest and on June 4 with fourth-degree grand larceny.
Kevin Mcrae, 27, of Madison Avenue, Albany, was charged June 2 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Robert Paturso, 49, of Trinity Avenue, was charged June 2 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Albert Seagren, 53, of Congress Street, Schenectady, was charged June 3 with petty larceny.
Linda Masse, 40, of Turnbull Street, Schenectady, was charged June 4 with second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.
Jonathan Wilson, 17, of Curry Road, was charged June 4 with third-degree burglary.

SARATOGA SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT
Natalie J. Alvarez, 23, Circular Street, was charged on June 1 with driving while intoxicated.
Ryan F. Grecco, 19, Alfred Court, was charged on June 1 with sale of an alcoholic beverage to a person under the age of 21 and fi rst-degree unlawfully dealing with a child.
John C. Buckaloo, 25, Jefferson Street, was charged on June 4 with third-degree assault.

SCHENECTADY POLICE DEPARTMENT
Alberto F. Edmonds, 29, of 520 Summit Ave., was charged on May 30 with second-degree aggravated harassment, second-degree criminal contempt, seconddegree obstructing governmental administration, and fourth-degree stalking.
Robert L. Thompson, 26, of 1064 Webster St., was charged on May 30 with fourth-degree criminal mischief, second-degree unlawful imprisonment, and criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.
April R. Keller, 38, of 927 Bridge St., was charged on May 30 with second-degree criminal trespass and second-degree harassment.
Sean M. Goyette, 23, of 1206 Congress St., was charged on May 30 with second-degree criminal contempt.

CANAJOHARIE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Joshua J. Haviland, 35, of Canajoharie, was charged June 2 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

COBLESKILL POLICE DEPARTMENT
Kelsie N. Venzke, 25, of Sharon Springs, was charged May 30 with petty larceny.
Robin L. Harpp, 26, of Cobleskill, was charged June 1 with seconddegree menacing.
Jeffrey R. Giaimo, 22, of Cobleskill, was charged June 3 with driving while intoxicated, blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher and violations.

FULTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Crystal A. Allen, 33, of 506 State Highway 29A, Gloversville, was charged May 18 with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and a violation.
Chase R.A. Ney, 27, of 19 Whitmore Ave., Johnstown, was charged May 25 with driving while intoxicated, blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher, third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and a violation.
Sean M. Farrell, 31, of 347 Schoharie Turnpike, Duanesburg, was charged May 26 with driving while intoxicated, blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher and a violation.
Brian P. Horton, 41, of 136 Smith Beach Road, Northville, was charged May 28 with driving while intoxicated and violations.
Jeremy G. Sweet, 32, of 689 County Highway 152, Johnstown, was charged May 25 with endangering the welfare of a chile and harassment.
Orlando Alicea, 31, of Broadalbin, was charged June 2 with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and violations.

GLENVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Abdul J.A. Abdulla, 44, of State Street, Schenectady, was charged May 20 with second-degree contempt.
Dawn M. McGivern, 48, of Van Buren Road, was charged May 20 with criminal obstruction of breathing/blood circulation.
Lloyd Crystal, 34, of Schenectady, was charged May 21 with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.
Josephine Marquez, 46, of Second Avenue, Albany, was charged May 23 with fourth-degree grand larceny.
Roger Roberts, 66, of Perry Street, was charged May 24 with second-degree reckless endangerment Andrew R. Gaworecki, 23, of Swaggertown Road, was charged May 25 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and a violation.
Zachary R. King, 22, of Van Dyke Avenue, Rotterdam, was charged May 27 with second-degree aggravated harassment.
Rose M. Bellamy, 56, of Third Street, Rotterdam, was charged May 28 with petty larceny.
Jessica L. Gage, 21, of Ballston Road, was charged May 30 with resisting arrest and second-degree obstruction of governmental administration.
Jason M. Gage, 38, of Ballston Road, was charged May 30 with third-degree menacing, resisting arrest, second-degree obstruction of governmental administration and second-degree harassment.

GLOVERSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Lewis H. Buseck, 47, of 76 Homestead Drive, was charged May 22 with fi rst-degree criminal contempt and third-degree assault.
Ricky F. Mitchell, 32, of 110 Linden Ave., Johnstown, was charged May 24 with driving while intoxicated.
Akeem K.Bembrey, 27, of 58 Hewig St., was charged May 27 with second-degree criminal impersonation and a violation.
Kristofer D. Hunter, 19, of 30 Alexander St., was charged May 31 with second-degree assault.
Mitchell S. Swart, 26, of 138 Fremont St., was charged May 30 with third-degree burglary and resisting arrest.
John E. Briskie Sr., 52, of 396 Progress Road, was charged May 30 with driving while ability impaired and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Ryan R. Marcellus, 24, of 104 Lincoln St., was charged June 1 with third-degree attempted assault.
Dennis S. Fisher, 42, of 2 Ted Drive, Johnstown, was charged June 1 with driving while ability impaired.
William Quintana, 40, of 111 Division St., was charged June 1 with third-degree attempted assault.

SCHENECTADY POLICE DEPARTMENT
Roy H. Hodge, 23, of 1638 Carrie St., was charged on May 21 with second-degree criminal mischief, third-degree burglary, and fi fth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
Tyrone L. Blanchard, 22, of 1638 Carrie St., was charged on May 21 with second-degree criminal mischief, third-degree burglary, and making a false written statement.
Travis T. Blanchard, 18, Albany Street, was charged on May 21 with fi fth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and third-degree burglary.
Tracey H. Bass-Hanley, 49, of 45 Division Street, was charged on May 21 with petty larceny.
Jabbar K. Powell, 35, of 869 Strong St., was charged on May 22 with petty larceny.
Luis E. Acosta, 19, of 905 Delamont Ave., was charged on May 22 with third-degree assault.
Peggy L. Wilson, 80, Clement Avenue, was charged on May 22 with third-degree falsely reporting an incident.
Jacques P. Baker, 29, of 939 Park Ave., was charged on May 22 with fi rst-degree burglary.
Joshua M. Jaenisch, 31, Albany, was charged on May 22 with second-degree obstructing governmental administration, resisting arrest, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, and tampering with physical evidence.
Chadwick A. Tulloch, 20, no address, was charged on May 22 with second-degree assault, second-degree obstructing governmental administration, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct.
Omar S. Lyons, 29, of 510 Brandywine Ave., was charged on May 23 with second-degree assault.
Terrence J. Justice, 43, of 1732 Union St., was charged on May 23 with petty larceny.
Alcenio M. Torres, 27, of 1578 State St., was charged on May 23 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, third-degree assault, and second-degree unlawful imprisonment.
Robert Castiglia, 48, of 1667 Eastern Parkway, was charged on May 23 with petty larceny.
Carlton J. Canton, 69, of 7 Winston Pl., was charged on May 23 with endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree harassment.
Gwendolyn E. Andujar, 51, of 1350 Albany St., was charged on May 23 with petty larceny, second-degree forgery, and second-degree criminal impersonation.
Evan T. Febres, 19, of 10 Odell St., was charged on May 23 with fourthdegree criminal mischief.
Barkim H. Tomer, 18, of 840 Lincoln Ave., was charged on May 23 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Travis L. Ellis, 24, of 130 Columbia Turnpike, was charged on May 23 with second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, fi rst-degree reckless endangerment, and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Jonathan J. Ortiz, 21, of 201 Victory Avenue, was charged on May 23 with false personation.
Thomas D. Laws, 55, of 1048 Phoenix Ave., was charged on May 23 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.
Kevin Zapata, 27, of 338 McClellan St., was charged on May 24 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.
Crystal M. Peguero, 21, of 2162 Ave. B, was charged on May 24 with second-degree criminal impersonation.
Olojadae N. Rouse, 18, Albany, was charged on May 24 with second-degree criminal contempt.
Keyanah S. Spottswood, 21, of 19 Fenwick Ave., was charged on May 24 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Zachery J. Davis, 23, of 905 Strong St., was charged on May 24 with second-degree criminal possession of a weapon and second-degree aggravated harassment.
Crystal M. Dzintars, 28, of 108 State St., was charged on May 24 with second-degree criminal contempt.
Robert L. Williams, 43, Brooklyn, was charged on May 24 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Lisa M. Oullette, 45, of 834 State St., was charged on May 24 with second-degree loitering and prostitution.
Tiffany L. Wilson, 31, of 238 Steinmetz Homes, was charged on May 24 with endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree obstructing governmental administration.
Earl T. Thomas, 29, of 58 Elm St., was charged on May 24 with endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree assault.
Zachery J. Davis, 23, of 905 Strong St., was charged on May 24 with fourth-degree criminal mischief, criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, second-degree menacing, and petty larceny.
Victor M. Marin, 22, of 921 Pleasant St., was charged on May 25 with fi rstdegree reckless endangerment.
Cintroi K. Miller, 17, of 42 Kelton Ave., was charged on May 25 with endangering the welfare of a child.
Earl T. Thomas, 29, of 58 Elm St., was charged on May 25 with second-degree assault, endangering the welfare of a child, and criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.
Melissa A. VanWely, 27, of 126 Park Pl., was charged on May 25 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Aisha M. Pounds, 20, of 1312 Helderberg Ave., was charged on May 25 with second-degree reckless endangerment, second-degree criminal impersonation, third-degree unlawfully fleeing a police officer, and reckless driving.
Katie L. Hayhurst, 27, of 534 Brandywine Ave., was charged on May 25 with petty larceny, and fugitive from justice.
Andrea M. Giles, 41, of 818 Hamilton St., was charged on May 25 with petty larceny and endangering the welfare of a child.
Michael J. Ferro, 20, Bridgewater, N.J., was charged on May 25 with driving while intoxicated.
Ashleigh T. Miller, 41, of 1729 Broadway, was charged on May 25 with third-degree falsely reporting an incident.
Chandradat Shivandan, 32, of 958 Stanley St., was charged on May 26 with felony driving while intoxicated and fi rst-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.
Felicia T. Durant, 23, of 666 Orchard St., was charged on May 26 with third-degree assault.
Sharon L. Chase, 60, of 1619 Rugby Road, was charged on May 26 with petty larceny.
Nitza R. Villanueva, 18, of 7 Close St., was charged on May 26 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, second-degree assault, and endangering the welfare of a child.
Felix Parker, 55, of 142 Brandywine Ave., was charged on May 26 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
John V. Genre, 24, of 3323 McDonald Ave., was charged on May 27 with third-degree assault and criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.
Kristina F. Pileggi, 25, of 835 Eastern Ave., was charged on May 27 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Nahiem T. Timmons, 18, of 882 Emmett St., was charged on May 27 with second-degree burglary, fourth-degree criminal mischief, and petty larceny.
Kristina Persaud, 21, of 1564 Ave. A, was charged on May 27 with second-degree arson.
Justin D. Sanders, 24, of 1564 Ave. A, was charged on May 27 with second-degree menacing, seconddegree harassment, and criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.
Terrance D. Conley, 23, address unavailable, was charged on May 27 with second-degree aggravated harassment.
Christopher Mortimore, 18, of 483 Alexander St., was charged on May 27 with third-degree criminal mischief, fi fth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, and petty larceny.
Otis Camper, 68, Highland Falls, was charged on May 27 with felony driving while intoxicated and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Kerri A. Sinnenberg, 43, Niskayuna, was charged on May 28 with second-degree obstructing governmental administration.
Natasha N. McElroy, 31, of 1 Princeton St., was charged on May 29 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Wilson V. Pilamonga, 25, of 76 Wylie Street, was charged on May 29 with second-degree unlawful imprisonment.
Nahiem T. Timmons, 18, of 882 Emmett St., was charged on May 29 with petty larceny.
Jose M. Alanzo, 26, of 4211 Court Royale, was charged on May 29 with third-degree assault.
Benjamin P. Restifo, 25, of 867 Albany St., was charged on May 29 with fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree criminal contempt.
David J. Haley, 18, of 1529 Ave. B, was charged on May 30 with second-degree aggravated harassment.
Brian K. Patterson, 49, no address, was charged on May 30 with possession of an imitation controlled substance.

SCOTIA POLICE DEPARTMENT
Darrell Ranalli, 42, of Fox Hollow Road, Niskayuna, was charged May 22 with fi rst-degree criminal contempt.
Kevin Jacobs, 34, of Avenue A, Schenectady, was charged May 23 with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated, endangering the welfare of a child and resisting arrest.
Gabriel Morales, 27, of Jay Street, Schenectady, was charged May 24 with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.
Angelina Harpster, 20, of Pannis Road, Delanson, was charged May 24 with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.
Niranda Juman, 28, of Pleasant Street, Schenectady, was charged May 25 with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.
Adam Gibbs, 28, of Bradford Road, Schenectady, was charged May 25 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.
Patricia Olsen, 69, of First Street, was charged May 26 with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.

STILLWATER POLICE DEPARTMENT
Christopher Bitting, 20, of Stillwater, was charged May 22 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Katherine Baker, 25, of Mechanicville, was charged May 25 with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended

COBLESKILL POLICE DEPARTMENT
Nicole L. Townsend, 25, of Cobleskill, was charged May 15 with petty larceny.
Rebecca Kirchgassner, 42, of Johnstown, was charged May 16 with issuing a bad check and fourth-degree grand larceny.
Scott M. Van Dyke, 29, of Delanson, was charged May 16 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Justin D. Cook, 34, of Cobleskill, was charged May 19 with driving while intoxicated, blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher and violations.

FULTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Sara R. Romano-Wolfe, 18, of Ballston Spa, was charged May 20 with driving while intoxicated and a violation.

GLENVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
John C. Russell, 47, of First Street, Scotia, was charged May 13 with driving while intoxicated, blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher and violations.

ROTTERDAM POLICE DEPARTMENT
Katherine Kopcha, 32, of Kenmore Avenue, Schenectady, was charged May 9 with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated and a violation.
Kenneth Wall, 25, of Mariaville Road, Schenectady, was charged May 9 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Jeremy Knoblauch, 24, of Schenectady, was charged May 10 with second-degree burglary.
Jonathan Merritt, 17, of Elm Street, Schenectady, was charged May 10 with third-degree bail jump, resisting arrest and a violation.
Yaritza Gonzalez-Lanza, 32, of Division Street, Amsterdam, was charged May 11 with petty larceny.
Elizabeth Steinberg, 30, of Locust Avenue, Amsterdam, was charged May 11 with petty larceny.
Jessica Dollar, 19, of Edgewood Avenue, was charged May 12 with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated and violations.
Diane Crial, 57, of Glen Avenue, Amsterdam, was charged may 12 with petty larceny.
Tashina Jackson, 20, of Locust Avenue, Schenectady, was charged May 13 with driving while intoxicated, blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher and violations.
Virginia Fuller, 50, of Crane Street, was charged May 14 with fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree criminal trespass.
Michael Fiano, 29, of Day Road, Schenectady, was charged May 14 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Patrick Oropallo, 46, of Vischer Avenue, Schenectady, was charged May 14 with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated and a violation.
Catina Archambeault, 38, of Sherman Lane, Westerlo, was charged May 14 with petty larceny.
Mark Toich, 27, of Spawn Road, Schenectady, was charged May 14 with petty larceny.

SARATOGA SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT
James J. Garafalo, 18, Hillcrest Lane, was charged on April 29 with first-degree criminal contempt and second-degree aggravated harassment.
Robert S. Leibensperger, 33, Rutland, Vt., was charged on April 28 with third-degree criminal mischief and resisting arrest.
Timothy B. Abele, 59, Caroline Street, was charged on May 1 with second-degree obstructing governmental administration.
Jennifer E. Decoteau, 33, South Franklin Street, was charged on May 1 with felony driving while intoxicated and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.
Marvin J. Dantzler, 47, Lincoln Avenue, was charged on May 1 with second-degree menacing and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon.
Terry F. Madison, 22, South Glens Falls, was charged on May 2 with aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Jonathan D. Wood, 23, Granite Street, was charged on May 2 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation and seconddegree burglary.
Melissa M. McLaughlin, 19, Fort Edward, was charged on May 2 with petty larceny.
Sheldon K. Cook, 40, West Avenue, was charged on May 3 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation and third-degree assault.
Benjamin L. Winslow, 22, Ballston Spa, was charged on May 4 with driving while intoxicated and third-degree criminal trespass.
Dylan R. Barber, 19, Ballston Spa, was charged on May 4 with thirddegree criminal trespass.
George R. Feltt, 64, Galway, was charged on May 4 with second-degree reckless endangerment.
Kirk S. Lambert, 28, Schuylerville, was charged on May 4 with driving while ability impaired by drugs and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Anthony M. Turner, 46, Jefferson Terrace, was charged on May 4 with third-degree robbery.
Danny Sanchez, 35, Schenectady, was charged on May 6 with petty larceny and resisting arrest.
Donnell J. Berry, 36, Greenfield Center, was charged on May 6 with second-degree criminal contempt.
Theodore E. Hector, 44, Union Avenue, was charged on May 7 with aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Erik L. DeGeorgio, 33, Clifton Park, was charged on May 7 with third-degree assault.
Nicholas M. Paradise, 31, Ballston Spa, was charged on May 7 with third-degree assault.
Craig M. Harris, 38, no address, was charged on May 8 with petty larceny.
Shawn T. Noisette, 28, Pearl Street, was charged on May 10 with fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, endangering the welfare of a child, and third-degree falsely reporting an incident.
Catrina A. Sumner, 30, South Broadway, was charged on May 10 with failure to register as a sex offender.
Edward L. Robinson, 29, Gridley Street, was charged on May 10 with third-degree criminal mischief.
Charles M. DeRusso, 25, Washington Street, was charged on May 14 with driving while intoxicated.
Daniel P. Kincaid, 33, Scotia, was charged on May 14 with issuing a bad check.
Matthew E. Forbes, 27, Walter Drive, was charged on May 14 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Jason A. Dalaba, 35, Scotia, was charged on May 14 with felony aggravated driving while intoxicated and aggravated driving while intoxicated.
James D. Levine, 38, Huntington, was charged on May 15 with petty larceny.
Craig M. Harris, 38, no address, was charged on May 15 with thirddegree criminal trespass.
Isaac W. Greco, 16, Vanderbilt Terrace, was charged on May 17 with petty larceny and violation of curfew.
Danielle Montville, 18, Jefferson Terrace, was charged on May 17 with third-degree burglary.
James-Robert B. McCambridge, 20, Pyramid Pines Estates, Wilton, was charged on May 17 with thirddegree burglary.
George R. Chillis, 21, Route 29, was charged on May 17 with thirddegree burglary.
Dustin C. Scoville, 18 Pyramid Pines Estates, Wilton, was charged on May 17 with third-degree burglary.
Justina M. Wilmot, 18, Saratoga Springs, was charged on May 17 with attempted third-degree assault.
Christopher J. McCarthy, 42, South Franklin Street, was charged on May 20 with fi rst-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and felony driving while intoxicated.
Andrew C. Mead, 25, Walworth Street, was charged on May 22 with attempted petty larceny.
Mary E. Howard, 18, Gansevoort, was charged on May 23 with fourthdegree criminal mischief.
Jaquelyn M. Graham, 51, Outlook Avenue, was charged on May 23 with second-degree criminal contempt.

SCHENECTADY COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT
Edward G. Richardson Jr., 28, of 2638 Turner Ave., Schenectady, was charged March 28 with fourth-degree criminal possess of marijuana.
Dana L. Ward, 25, of Schenectady, was charged March 28 with fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana.
Anthony J. Marra, 36, of 116 Seventh Ave., Schenectady, was charged April 1 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and violations.
Jessica L. Suprunowicz, 29, of 6 Taylor St., Schenectady, was charged April 3 with second-degree attempted forgery.
Pierre Lawarence Lyons, 33, of 81 Ten Broeck St., Albany, was charged April 6 with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.
Cassandra Charise Campos, 22, of 86 Furman St., Schenectady, was charged April 7 with driving while intoxicated, resisting arrest, obstructing government administration and driving while ability impaired.
Ezra R. Masse-Mahar, 22, of 11 St. Anthony Lane, Scotia, was charged April 8 with driving while intoxicated, blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher and a violation.
Kyle Bean, 21, of 410 Bolt Road, Glenville, was charged April 11 with two counts each fi fth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and fi fth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance.
Delavan Raphael, 25, of 425 Shannon St., Schenectady, was charged April 12 with two counts each third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and thirddegree criminal sale of a controlled substance.
Stephen A. Robinson, 32, of 1069 Regent St., Schenectady, was charged April 13 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and violations.
Kimberly Teabout, 45, of 90 Brookside Ave., Amsterdam, was charged April 13 with second-degree forgery and second-degree criminal impersonation.
Marjorie A. Walkas, 46, of 6652 Westfall Road, Altamont, was charged April 14 with driving while ability impaired and a violation.
Perry Miller, 33, of 320 Veeder Ave., Schenectady, was charged April 16 with second-degree assault and second-degree obstruction of governmental administration.
Maurice J. Daigle, 34, of 3868 Western Turnpike, Duanesburg, was charged April 18 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration and violations.
Charles J. Burtler, 33, of 315 Ricchio Road, Pattersonville, was charged April 20 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and a violation.
Jamaul Tention, 19, of 1431 Chrisler Ave., Schenectady, was charged April 20 with third-degree robbery.
Christopher Michael Majewski, 31, of 1412 Albany, St., Schenectady, was charged April 21 with seconddegree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Mahechand Ramoodit, 49, of 1029 Howard St., Schenectady, was charged April 23 with driving while intoxicated, blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher, reckless driving and a violation.
Kylie Rebecca Weaver, 19, of 439 Route 82, Hudson, was charged April 26 with second-degree aggravated harassment and endangering the welfare of a child.
Mali B. Wilkerson, 38, of 565 Florence St., Schenectady, was charged April 28 with second-degree promoting prison contraband.
Damcon J. Myrick, 29, of 2805 Turner Ave., Schenectady, was charged April 29 with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and violations.
Souleymane P. Kabore, 26, of 53 Cottage St., Troy, was charged April 30 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and violations.
Angela Marie Stark, 29, of 860 Eastern Ave., Schenectady, was charged April 30 with second-degree forgery, second-degree identity theft and petty larceny.

SCHENECTADY POLICE DEPARTMENT
Evette W. Byrd, 35, of 12 Winston Pl., was charged on April 22 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Jessica M. Ford, 24, of 801 Bridge St., was charged on April 22 with second-degree obstructing governmental administration.
Jeffrey D. Johnston, 26, Burnt Hills, was charged on April 22 with second-degree burglary, fi rst-degree robbery, third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, second-degree menacing, and petty larceny.
Jalon M. Patterson, 18, of 18 Catherine St., was charged on April 22 with second-degree criminal trespass.
Luis J. Dones, 16, of 406 Victory Ave., was charged on April 22 with fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree criminal trespass.
Matthew J. Kopczynski, 16, Albany, was charged on April 22 with second-degree criminal trespass.
Terrance J. Justice, 43, of 1732 Union St., was charged on April 22 with second-degree unlawful imprisonment.
Timothy J. Flanders, 22, of 26 Odell St., was charged on April 23 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation and second-degree harassment.
Anna A. Austin, 28, of 26 Odell St., was charged on April 23 with second-degree assault.
Yarinel Cortes, 33, of 1317 Sixth Ave., was charged on April 23 with third-degree criminal tampering and resisting arrest.
Michael M. Allen, 39, of 1061 University Pl., was charged on April 23 with third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child.
Michael A. Detouche, 49, of 104 Edward St., was charged on April 23 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Sevell Z. Graham, 23, of 1317 Main St., was charged on April 23 with third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, second-degree unlawful imprisonment, criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, and second-degree menacing.
Alexander X. Turner, 19, Scotia, was charged on April 23 with tampering with physical evidence.
Scott D. Jerome, 50, Rotterdam, was charged on April 23 with second-degree criminal contempt.
Vivikanand Tillack, 48, of 955 Albany St., was charged on April 23 with second-degree criminal contempt.
Jackie W. McGonigle, 28, of 800 Craig St., was charged on April 23 with second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Terrance L. Oliver, 44, of 1502 Union St., was charged on April 23 with second-degree aggravated harassment.
Edwin I. Torro, 50, of 701 Windsor Terr., was charged on April 23 with third-degree burglary.
Crystal L. Torro, 19, of 806 Broadway, was charged on April 23 with third-degree burglary.
Samuel Gonzalez, 29, of 119 Elder St., was charged on April 23 with third-degree criminal mischief.
Jason C. Lynk, 26, of 435 Third St., was charged on April 24 with second-degree unlawful imprisonment, criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, and fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Joseph B. Hall, 26, of E27 Yates Village, was charged on April 24 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.
Tyrone H. Roberts, 47, of 846 Bridge St., was charged on April 24 with fourth-degree criminal mischief, second-degree criminal trespass, and third-degree assault.
Karlene E. Kelly, 22, Malta, was charged on April 24 with petty larceny.
William P. Deaton, 24, of 1107 Barrett St., was charged on April 24 with second-degree criminal impersonation.
Edward J. Brophy, 17, of 844 Maplewood Ave., was charged on April 24 with fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree reckless endangerment.
Christopher A. Douglas, 23, of 844 Lincoln Ave., was charged on April 24 with fourth-degree criminal mischief and endangering the welfare of a child.
Brian K. Patterson, 49, of 927 State St., was charged on April 24 with fi rst-degree criminal contempt and criminal obstruction of breathing and blood circulation.
Alyssa L. Ballard, 21, of 137 McClellan St., was charged on April 25 with second-degree criminal impersonation.
Cidnee B. Hunter, 34, of 1014 Delamont Ave., was charged on April 25 with second-degree criminal impersonation.
Jeremy M. Depasquale, 32, of 103 N. College St., was charged on April 25 with petty larceny.
Vincent J. Semione, 47, Cooper, Fla., was charged on April 25 with third-degree assault.
Brandon J. Kimball, 19, of 1415 Third Ave., was charged on April 25 with second-degree criminal contempt.
William A. Jennings, 27, of 1010 Pearl St., was charged on April 25 with fi fth-degree criminal possession of marijuana and fi fth-degree criminal sale of marijuana.
Ulysses S. Grevious, 44, of Moyston Street, was charged on April 25 with fi rst-degree assault.
Anthony J. Boddy, 20, of 2105 Van Vranken Ave., was charged on April 25 with second-degree criminal impersonation and second-degree criminal contempt.
Candice L. Gonzalez, 22, of 1044 University Pl., was charged on April 26 with second-degree aggravated harassment.
Angel M. Rodriguez, 23, of 1016 Raymond St., was charged on April 26 with second-degree aggravated harassment and second-degree harassment and on April 26 with third-degree assault.
Chad E. Andrews, 25, of 1041 Strong St., was charged on April 26 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Brian T. Cannon, 22, of Ridgewood, N.H., was charged on April 26 with third-degree assault.
Steven D. Barnes, 28, no address, was charged on April 26 with fifthdegree criminal possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Cody J. Slingerland, 16, Seneca Street, was charged on April 26 with second-degree arson.
Sky A. Roedel, 21, of 5 Backus St., was charged on April 26 with fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Muhsin M. Butler, 18, Hamilton Street, was charged on April 26 with fourth-degree criminal mischief, fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, and seconddegree menacing.
Michael V. Wells, 51, of 2091 Watt St., was charged on April 26 with fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Victoria A. Clifford, 31, of 55 Lake St., was charged on April 27 with aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Eric C. Petel, 25, Charlton, was charged on April 27 with third-degree grand larceny and third-degree criminal trespass.
John A. Bredenko, 42, of 316 Georgetta Dix, was charged on April 27 with second-degree aggravated harassment.
Caleb A. Lambert, 49, of 825 Congress St., was charged on April 27 with resisting arrest.
Safet A. Montas, 22, New York City, was charged on April 27 with third-degree falsely reporting an incident.
Yoganand Andarjit, 23, of 1023 Brandywine Ave., was charged on April 27 with fourth-degree criminal possession of marijuana.
Jamel Q. Van Hook, 35, Albany, was charged on April 28 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.
Shannelle M. McBain, 19, of 1020 Irene St., was charged on April 28 with driving while intoxicated.
Sohan Ramjiawan, 26, of 4 Elbert St., was charged on April 28 with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation.
Edward K. Blanchard, 27, of 28 Steinmetz Homes, was charged on April 28 with third-degree criminal mischief and second-degree harassment.
Kevin Zapata, 27, Albany, was charged on April 28 with endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree menacing.
Ian R. Mozeko, 34, Colonie, was charged on April 28 with seconddegree assault, felony driving while ability impaired by drugs, and firstdegree aggravated unlicensed operation.
Tina M. Dayton, 39, of 3 Elbert St., was charged on April 28 with third-degree criminal mischief.
Cambrai L. Howard, 39, of 3 Elbert St., was charged on April 29 with petty larceny.
Quinlan A. White, 17, of 1026 3rd Ave., was charged on April 29 with third-degree criminal mischief, making graffiti, and possession of a graffiti instrument.

Schenectady to reduce property values

Assessments 4% above the market

Monday, May 21, 2012

By Kathleen Moore (Contact)
Gazette Reporter

SCHENECTADY — The city’s assessments are so out of whack that the city is reducing every property’s value in the tentative assessment roll.

The new city assessor has reported to the state that Schenectady’s properties are assessed 4 percent higher than market value. The state has agreed to give the city a 104 percent equalization rate.

That means, in essence, that every property is valued at 4 percent less than its current assessment. Under that calculation, a house assessed at $100,000 would sell for $96,000.

Those who believe their house is over-assessed by 4 percent do not need to grieve to get that reduction; the city automatically adjusted all properties.

Raising the equalization rate allows the city to adjust assessments without a costly — and time-consuming — reassessment. It also might put an end to the dozens of lawsuits from property owners who claim their assessments are too high. The city has paid thousands of dollars in tax refunds in response to those complaints.

Mayor Gary McCarthy said the rate change should solve the city’s assessment problem for now.

“This gives us interim relief,” he said. “What you don’t want to do is have your reassessment happen during a dynamic market.”

Councilman Vince Riggi, the only non-Democrat in city government, said he wants a full reassessment. But, he said, the city clearly can’t afford to do it yet. So he was hoping assessments could be adjusted internally.

“It’s certainly askew, our assessment roll. There’s no question about it,” Riggi said.

McCarthy is hoping to wait until the real estate market settles. It was booming when the city did its last reassessment.

“What we seem to see here is the market is stabilizing,” he said. “Houses that were sitting on the market are moving. I think Key to the City has played a role.”

City officials, real estate agents and bankers run a monthly open house to sell privately owned property in the city. McCarthy has sent his department heads to talk about the benefits of living in a city, as well as frankly answering questions about the city’s problems. School officials have also participated. Dozens of houses have been sold.

As the supply of houses for sale falls, McCarthy says he believes houses will sell for higher prices. He’s hopeful the city’s total assessed value will eventually rise.

But for 2013, the assessed value of the city is falling. The roll shows that the city’s total assessed value has fallen by $44.1 million.

That means that even if the city’s expenses stay the same, taxes will rise.

McCarthy acknowledged that, but said he has not yet determined the full impact of the assessment changes.

Even though the equalization rate has changed, owners can still grieve their assessment. Grievance forms are due by Grievance Day on Tuesday. Also that day the Board of Assessment Review will hear presentations from owners.

Owners do not have to speak to the board; they can submit their data in writing. Generally, the board only approves grievances if they show that similar houses in the neighborhood are valued at a lower assessment.

There is no cost to file a grievance and no attorney is required.

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