Police in Gloversville serve warrants, make 64 arrests
GLOVERSVILLE Residents in Fulton and Montgomery counties coughed up more than $14,000 in unpaid fines following a weeklong arrest warrant detail involving Gloversville police and state troopers.
Gloversville Police Chief Donald VanDeusen issued a release Tuesday announcing 64 arrests and another 14 cases resolved when wanted individuals came in and paid their fines.
Officers knocked on the doors of homes, businesses and other sites 201 times during the sweep that took place from Monday, June 17 to Friday, June 21, according to the release.
Criminal possession of a weapon, third-degree assault, menacing and theft of services are among the most serious offenses for which arrests were made, others were rooted in violations of laws pertaining to open alcoholic beverage containers, dog licenses and disorderly conduct.
Those arrested were arraigned in Gloversville City Court, police said in the release.