Guilderland

Blotters: Feb. 23, 2017

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The following people were arrested by Guilderland police officers at Crossgates Mall for petit larceny, a misdemeanor:

— Kateeila J. Willingham, 17, of 14 Sherman St., first floor, Albany, was arrested on Jan. 19 for taking items from Spencer’s Gifts. She also had an active warrant out of Guilderland from Jan. 12. She was arraigned that evening.

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Keron A. Payne, 27, of 45 Central Ave., apartment 12F, Albany, and Jahlil I. Butler, 18, of 330 First Street, first floor, Albany, were arrested on Jan. 29 by Guilderland Police Officers Matthew Egnor and Joseph Devoe, respectively, at Crossgates Mall for fourth-degree grand larceny, a felony. According to the police report, Lord & Taylor employee saw Payne place 10 pairs of jeans worth $2,325 into a bag held by Butler and leave in a car; she notified police, who pulled over the car. Payne and Butler both admitted to taking the items, the report says. They were due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 9.

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Aladee R. Cintron, 26, of 78 Morton Ave., apartment 3, Albany, was arrested on Jan. 5 by Guilderland Police Officer Tylor Stevens at Crossgates Mall for grand larceny with a credit card, a felony; and for an outside warrant from Orange County on a felony. According to the police report, Cintron admitted stealing and using a credit card. He was arraigned in Guilderland Town court and remanded to Albany County’s jail on a hold for the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, the report says. He was due in Guilderland Town Court on Jan. 26.

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Lindse M. Cira, 28, of 1035 Lakeview Ave., Schenectady, was ticketed on Jan. 21 by Guilderland Police Officer Matthew Schiller at East Old State Road and Oaktree Lane for failing to stop at a stop sign and for operating a vehicle while impaired by alcohol, both infractions. Police pulled over Cira for failing to stop and smelled alcohol; Cira said she had one drink at the Stout Bar three hours earlier, according to the police report. During field sobriety tests, she made an “improper turn” and swayed while balancing, and had a pre-screening device blood-alcohol content of .089, the report says. After an observation period, Cira had a chemical test that showed a blood-alcohol content of .07, the report says. She was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 20.

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Joseph M. Gaspardi, 34, of 202 Midland Ct., Waterford, was arrested on Jan. 20 by Guilderland Police Officer Nicholas Jaeger at Crossgates Mall Road for operating a vehicle with a blood-alcohol content of .08 and for first-offense operating a vehicle while intoxicated, both misdemeanors; and for speeding and refusing to take a breath test, both infractions. Police pulled over Gaspardi for speeding and Gaspardi said he had drunk two beers with dinner, the arrest report says. He failed some field sobriety tests and refused a pre-screening test, the report says. After he contacted an attorney, Gaspardi allowed a chemical breath test that showed a blood-alcohol content of .12, the report says. He was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 9.   

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Zachary N. Bomba, 22, of 24 Morris Rd., Schenectady, was arrested on Jan. 22 by Guilderland Police Officer Matthew Schiller at Kings Road for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor; and for operating a vehicle without a license, failing to stop, driving without an inspection certificate, and having inadequate plates, all infractions. Police saw Bomba driving without a plate lamp and failing to stop at a sign; they found that his vehicle inspection was expired and his license was suspended, according to the arrest report. Bomba was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 16.

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Oliver L. Sanders, 42, of 609 Route 146, Altamont, was arrested on Jan. 22 by Guilderland Police Officer Nicholas Jaeger at Venezio and Western avenues for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor; and for speeding and failing to dim lights, both infractions. Police pulled over Sanders for speeding; he had also failed to dim his high beams while passing a police car traveling in the opposite direction, the arrest report says. During the traffic stop, his license was found to be suspended, the report says. He was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 9.

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Howard T. Lowery, 49, of 2625 Hamburg St., Schenectady, was arrested on Jan. 14 by Guilderland Police Officer William Dvorscak at Hague Drive and Western Avenue for aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor; and for driving without an inspection certificate, an infraction. Police pulled over Lowery for having an expired inspection sticker, and found that his Georgia license was suspended; they also found that his driving privileges in New York were suspended for failure to pay child support, according to the arrest report. He was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 2.

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Cayla M. Hoffman, 24, of 172 Lancaster St., apartment 1, Cohoes, was arrested on Jan. 19 by Guilderland Police Officer Matthew Schiller at the I-87 on-ramp at Western Avenue for second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle and criminal possession of a controlled substance, both misdemeanors; unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation; and for driving without a license and driving while using a mobile phone, both infractions. Police pulled over Hoffman for using a cell phone while driving, and smelled alcohol and marijuana; Hoffman told police she had a drink an hour earlier and had smoked pot three hours earlier, according to the arrest report. Police saw a marijuana pipe in the center console cup holder and found marijuana in her sweatshirt pocket and a pill bottle with amphetamine and dextroamphetamine pills, the report says; Hoffman had a pre-screening device blood-alcohol result of .06. She was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 16.

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Greg R. Hardy, 28, of 514 Clinton Ave., apartment 1, Albany, was arrested on Jan. 20 by Guilderland Police Officer John Laviano at Crossgates Mall Road for fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor. Police saw Hardy smoking marijuana in plain view, and took him to the mall substation, the arrest report says. Hardy was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 2.

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David C. Giordano, 30, of 31 Vley Rd., Scotia, was arrested on Jan. 19 by Guilderland Police Officer William Dvorscak at 1467 Western Ave. for second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor; and operating a vehicle without an inspection certificate, an infraction. Police pulled over Giordano for the inspection sticker and found that he had a suspended license with 16 scoffs on eight dates. He was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 2.

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Thomas C. Lasher, 34, of 1 Frances Ln., apartment 2, Voorheesville, was arrested on Jan. 31 by Guilderland Police Officer James Brust at the Guilderland police station on an inside warrant for petit larceny. According to the police report, the officer arrested Lasher when Lasher was released from Albany County’s jail. Lasher was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 2.

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Vincenzo G. D’Elia, 38, of 2209 Lenox Rd., Schenectady, was arrested on Jan. 30 by Guilderland Police Officer Slavco Lenic at the Guilderland police station for a warrant for a felony. According to the arrest report, Schenectady Police told Guilderland Police that D’Elia was in their custody and was being released, and Guilderland Police picked him up on a bench warrant from Dec. 15, 2016. He was taken to Albany County’s jail, to be arraigned in Guilderland Town Court on Jan. 31.

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Chelsea Gause-Robinson, 24, of 24 Colonie St., Albany, was arrested on Jan. 23 by Guilderland Police Officer William Dvorscak at the Guilderland police station for criminal mischief with intent to damage property, assault with intent to cause injury, and petit larceny, all misdemeanors. New York State Police took Gause-Robinson into custody because of a warrant out of Guilderland and transferred her to Guilderland Police. She was arraigned in Guilderland Town Court that day and remanded to Albany County’s jail.

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Erica L. Plant, 23, of 1394 Fern Ave., Schenectady, was arrested on Jan. 28 by Guilderland Police Officer Joseph Normandin at East Old State Road and Kings Road for aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor; and for failing to stop and driving without an inspection certificate, both infractions. Police pulled over Plant for failing to stop and found that her inspection sticker was expired and her license suspended out of Schenectady. She is due in Guilderland Town Court on March. 2.

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Shane W. Fennelly, 24, of 32 Hickory Cir., Gansevoort, was arrested on Jan. 27 by Guilderland Police Officer Slavco Lenic at 3272 East Lydius St. for second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor; and for unsafe backing of a vehicle and driving without a license, both infractions. A complainant told police that Fennelly backed onto Lydius Street, causing an accident; police found that Fennelly’s license was suspended for failure to pay a fine out of Wilton, as well as for an insurance lapse and two failures to answer summonses, from Easton and Clifton Park. He was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 16.

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Shakeera T. Hardison, 23, of 2282 Crimson King Dr., Braselton, Georgia, was ticketed on Jan. 28 by Guilderland Police Officer Kyle McCormick at 1397 Kings Road for unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation. According to the police report, Hardison fled from a vehicle during a police stop, but was later found; she had a small plastic bag of marijuana on her that was found by a female officer, the report says. She was due in Guilderland Town Court on Feb. 13.

The Guilderhaven ad pictures a few of the many temporary “guests” that came through Guilderhaen’s wildlife rehabilitation program last year.

In a two-day event, the Guilderland Dutchmen winter track-and-field team took to the track Saturday, Feb. 18, in Saratoga and Monday morning, Feb. 20 at the University at Albany, in attempt to win a sectional title and to move onto the state qualifiers this Sunday.

After a year of no snow, kids of all ages returned to the hill at Tawasentha Park winter recreation area in Guilderland for some laughs and fun last Saturday, Feb 18.

GUILDERLAND — Wesley “Dutch” R. Seaburg was a happy-go-lucky guy, says his wife of 33 years. A county highway worker, he had a passion for sports and for his family.

“He was full of life,” said his wife, Lynn Seaburg. “Nothing really bothered him; he’d shrug it off.”

The Guilderland Senior Services is offering the following activities the week of Feb 20. Call the senior office at (518)280-7607 with any questions or for information.

Over 1,000 people filled out an online survey about budget priorities for the Guilderland school district, but less than 20 turned out for a forum to discuss the results.

Marcia Ranieri

The newest language spoken by Guilderland students who are learning English is Chuukese, an Austronesian language found in the islands of Micronesia.

Zoning board alternate Stuart Reese is a retired math teacher, while new member of the Guilderland Board of Assessment Review David Payton worked for the State Education Department.

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