Adelord M. Irish, 37, of Schuylerville, pleaded Dec. 23 to felony DWI. Sentencing March 3.
Carlos A. Sol Encarnaction, 24, of Saratoga Springs, pleaded Dec. 23 to attempted assault. Sentencing March 9.
Kenneth S. Thomas, 30, of Schenectady, charged Dec. 23 with grand larceny in the fourth-degree, in Ballston Spa. Sentencing March 9.
Michael L. Ross, 18, of Malta, was charged Jan. 3 with making a terroristic threat, following a complaint of a threat made via social media to students at the Maple Ave Middle School in the Town of Greenfield. Ross is alleged to have posted a video onto an Instagram chat in which he threatened harm to students at the school, and threatened to bring a firearm to the school. He was arraigned in Wilton Town Court and released on his own recognizance, and is scheduled to reappear in Greenfield Town Court at a later date.
Matthew Cosgrove, 27, of Ballston Lake, was charged Jan. 1 in Saratoga Springs with felony DWI and felony aggravated DWI – with a previous conviction of the offenses within 10 years.
Jamie Whitcomb, 30, of Watertown, Tyler Noonan-Liberty, 22, of Ballston Spa, Siahr Siddiqi, 31, of Schenectady, and Masoud Siddiqi, 29, of Saratoga Springs, were each charged between 1:50 a.m. and 2:37 a.m. on Jan. 1 on Caroline Street with disorderly conduct: fight/violent behavior.
George Fata, 35, of Burnt Hills, was charged Dec. 27 in Saratoga Springs with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, failure to keep right, and criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor.
Jonah Stallard, 26, of Saratoga Springs, was charged Dec. 29 with misdemeanor DWI, and a vehicle equipment violation.
Joseph Loehle, 24, of Ballston Spa, was charged Dec. 27 in Saratoga Springs with assault and criminal mischief.
Matthew Galvin, 21, of San Antonio, Texas, was charged Dec. 27 in Saratoga Springs with assault.
Michael Woldehawariat, 36, of the Bronx, was charged Dec. 27 in Saratoga Springs with felony grand larceny.
Robert Henry, 40, of Corinth, was charged Dec. 20 in Saratoga Springs with misdemeanor petit larceny.
Kevin Buhrmaster, 41, of Scotia, was charged Dec. 21 in Saratoga Springs with misdemeanor DWI, refusing to take a breath test, and failure to keep right.
Christopher Yost, 61, of Saratoga Springs, was charged Dec. 19 with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Carlos Correa, 50, of Wilton, was charged Dec. 21 in Saratoga Springs with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Benjamin Tashjian, 22, of Niagara Falls, was charged Dec. 22 in Saratoga Springs with assault in the third-degree.
Laura Schalk, 39, of Ballston Spa, was charged Dec. 22 in Saratoga Springs with misdemeanor DWI.
David Hatlee, 50, of Saratoga Springs, was charged Dec. 22 with misdemeanor DWI, aggravated DWI, making an improper turn, and leaving the scene of a property damage incident.
Darin C. Dinallo, 43, of Malta, was charged Dec. 30 with the following: felony DWI, felony aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; the misdemeanors: unlawful fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, circumvent interlock court order- a misdemeanor, use of a vehicle without an ignition interlock device, criminal contempt 2nd disobey a court order, reckless driving, aggravated unlicensed operation, and a variety of driving related violations. According to the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office, shortly after midnight, an off duty police officer reported a male slumped over the wheel in the area of Malta Avenue and Old Post Road in the Town of Malta. The male woke and began to operate the vehicle on Malta Avenue. Saratoga County Sheriff’s patrols located the vehicle on Van Aernem Road and initiated a vehicle stop. The vehicle failed to stop for the Deputy’s lights and siren. A pursuit ensued and terminated when the vehicle pulled into a driveway on Brownell Road. Dinallo refused a breath test, was arraigned at Mechanicville City Court and was sent to the Saratoga County Jail, without bail. This DWI charge is the 4th DWI related arrest in the previous 10 years for Dinallo, who is currently on probation for those convictions, according to the sheriff’s office.