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January 14 – January 20, 2023

Saratoga Police

Tiana McGuire, 28, of Ballston Spa, was charged Jan. 8 with DWI, and two moving violations. 

Eric Parente, 21, of Ballston Spa, was charged Jan. 8 with harassment, and disorderly conduct. 

Danielle Wren, 36, of Greenwich, was charged Jan. 7 with DWI, and a motor vehicle violation. 

Megan Kron, 20, of Schoharie, was charged Jan. 7 with criminal impersonation. 

Abigail Kosier, 20, of Howes Cave, was charged Jan. 7 with possession forged instrument. 

Francesco Mazzella DiBosco, 47, of Saratoga Springs, was charged Jan. 6 with DWI, and a driving violation. 

James Price, 45, of Ballston Spa, was charged Jan. 6 with felony DWI – as a second offense within 10 years, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and moving from lane unsafely. 

Tanya Fowler, 42, of Saratoga Springs, was charged Jan. 4 with assault, criminal mischief, and criminal contempt. 

Terrance Rudes, 31 of Saratoga Springs, was charged Jan. 3 with petit larceny, and criminal possession stolen property. 

Ford Fafard, 23, of Greenfield Center, was charged Jan. 3 with aggravated unlicensed operation, and operating motor vehicle without stop lamps. 

Damon Beckerman, 28, was charged with aggravated family offense, aggravated criminal contempt, unlawful imprisonment, criminal possession weapon, menacing and two counts of assault. 

Jessica Stavropoulos, 44, of Pennsylvania, was charged with DWI, aggravated DWI, and failure to obey traffic control device. 

Lynn Vosko, 71, was charged with DWI. 

Joseph Viscusi, 66, was charged with criminal mischief. 

Kraig Sharka, 32, was charged with DWI, no motor vehicle license, vehicle equipment violation, and making an unsafe turn. 

Karen Ryan, 50, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, operating a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs, and two driving violations. 

William Bogdanowicz, 33, was charged with harassment. 

Timothy Duffy, 54, was charged with DWI, aggravated DWI, aggravated unlicensed operation, failure to keep right, and circumvent interlock. 

Tessa Murphy, 35, was charged with petit larceny. 

County Court

Benjamen J. Bullard, 35, of Saratoga Springs, was sentenced Jan. 10 to 5 years of probation, after pleading to attempted criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third-degree, a felony. 

Neil J. Desposito, 44, of Menands, was sentenced to 1-1/3 to 4 years incarceration, after pleading to felony DWI, first charged July 2022 in Wilton. 

Jordan M. Sunkes, 31, of Saratoga Springs, was sentenced Jan. 9 to time served and 5 years of probation, after pleading to aggravated family offense, a felony. 

Eric S. Predential, 31, of Schenectady, was sentenced Jan. 9 to 1-1/2 to 3 years incarceration, after pleading to felony grand larceny, first charged May 2022 in Waterford. 

Jarred P. Lasorda, 29, of Clifton Park, pleaded Jan. 6 to criminal contempt in the first-degree. Sentencing March 10. 

Todd J. Whitcher, 43, of Mechanicville, pleaded Jan. 6 to felony DWI, first charged August 2022 in Saratoga Springs. Sentencing March 21.

Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office 

Cody J. Letourneau, 25, of Malta, was charged Jan. 4 with failing to change his address as required within 10 days due to his being a registered sex offender. 

Mother and son charged: on Jan. 9, members of the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Unit arrested Michael T. May, 27, and Tomassina May, 67, after a lengthy investigation into multiple complaints involving them both endangering minors in the towns of Wilton, Northumberland, Moreau, and the city of Saratoga Springs. It is alleged Michael T. May, over the course of the past several months, used social media to contact multiple underage juvenile females, engage them in conversation and set up sales of nicotine products, vapes, and other products to them. Tomassina May is suspected to have participated in these sales. Michael would offer to give these products to these juvenile victims if they would send him sexually explicit photos and videos via social media, and it is alleged that Michael did receive, and possess, some of these illicit pictures and videos. Michael T. May was charged with 5 counts of endangering the welfare of a child, 3 counts of unlawfully dealing with a child, 3 counts of promoting an obscene sexual performance by a child, and 2 counts of possessing an obscene sexual performance by a child. Tomassina May was charged with 3 counts of unlawfully dealing with a child.

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