Arrest Report for May 26, 2016 Edition

Stillwater Police Department Arrest Blotter

05/13/16

Stillwater Police arrested Logan P. Dundon (age 18) of Stillwater and charged him with Forcible Touching (misdemeanor) and Endangering the Welfare of a Child (misdemeanor) following an incident in the Village of Stillwater involving a juvenile. He was arraigned in Stillwater Town Court and released to the Department of Probation Pre-trial services pending prosecution. He was also served with an order of protection barring all contact with the victim. The investigation and arrest was handled by 1st Sgt. Ray Cordani and Ptl. Zachary Warriner.

05/13/16

Stillwater Police arrested Jennifer L. Tenney (age 31) of Clifton Park and charged her with Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Suspended Registration (misdemeanor), Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle 3rd degree (misdemeanor) and Operating without Insurance (infraction) following a vehicle stop on Hudson Ave. She was processed and released to appear in Stillwater Town Court. The arrest was handled by Ptl. Alex Dunn.

05/16/16

Stillwater Police arrested Christopher R. McNall (age 23) of Mechanicville and charged him with Petit Larceny (misdemeanor) following a shoplifting complaint at Price Chopper in which the defendant stole items. He was processed and released with an appearance ticket for Stillwater Town Court. The arrest was handled by Ptl. Alex Dunn.

05/18/16

Stillwater Police arrested Cody Letourneau (age 19) of Mechanicville and charged him with Petit Larceny following an investigation involving the theft of several blankets from the porch of a residence. He was located several days later in Mechanicville and taken into custody. The blankets were recovered by police and returned to the owner. The defendant was processed and released with an appearance ticket for Stillwater Town Court. The investigation and arrest was handled by Ptl. Clayton Brownell. Stillwater Police were assisted by Mechanicville Police.

 Gretzinger, Paula - Mugshot copy

 JURY FINDS CLIFTON PARK WOMAN GUILTY AFTER TRIAL OF CRIMINAL POSSESSION OFA FORGED INSTRUMENT IN THE 2ND DEGREE IN SARATOGA COUNTY COURT

Paula F. Gretzinger, doh 10/11/74, of 6 Hawthorne Court, Clifton Park, New York was found guilty today by a Saratoga County Jury of Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument  in   the Second Degree, in violation of Penal Law Section 170.25, a D Felony, following a three day trial before Saratoga County Court Judge James A. Murphy, III. The defendant was convicted for possessing an insurance check with a forged signature on July 30, 2013 at the Saratoga National Bank in Clifton Park, New  York

The jury heard testimony from four (4) witnesses over a three day period. Evidence consisted of testimony from bank employees, the New York State Police Investigator and the victim. Assistant District Attorney John D. Leggett, with assistance from Assistant District Attorney  Debra A. Kaelin, tried the case.

District Attorney Karen A. Heggen praised the work of law enforcement and the bank employees in this case indicating the importance of detecting   fraud.

The Defendant, Paula F. Gretzinger, was remanded without bail to the Saratoga County Jail until her sentencing date of July 21, 201·6. She faces a maximum period of incarceration of two and one third to seven years in  prison.