Area Police News: July 2, 2008

John Mason, 55, of Braehead Road, Town of Kortright was arrested by state police Friday and charged with first-degree reckless endangerment after he allegedly fired a rifle at a motorist whose car had stopped in front of his home. Mason was arraigned in Town of Stamford Justice Court and remanded to the county jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail.

David B. White, 24, of DeLancey was arrested last week Tuesday and charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation after he was stopped on Route 10 in Delhi. He was arraigned in Delhi Justice Court and released in his own recognizance to reappear later.

Michael T. Kilmer, 25, of Stamford was arrested Wednesday by state police and charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief and trespassing after he allegedly tried to pick a fight with another man in Grand Gorge. Police say Kilmer was arraigned in Roxbury Justice Court and remanded to the county jail in lieu of $750 bail.

Glenn A. Fox, 21, of Greenwich, CT was arrested by state police Friday and charged with DWI after he was stopped for speeding on Main Street in Andes. Police say they charged Fox with DWI when his blood alcohol level allegedly tested .10 percent. In addition to DWI, Fox was charged with speeding. He was issued appearance tickets returnable in Town of Andes Justice Court on July 17.

Ryan R. Canniff, 24, of Loudenville was arrested Sunday by state police and charged with DWI after he was stopped on Route 28 in Margaretville for a traffic violation. Police say they charged Canniff with DWI when his blood alcohol allegedly tested .11 percent. He was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Town of Middletown Justice Court on July 14.

Derik A. Stoesser, 20, of Hobart was arrested Saturday by state police and charged with DWI after he was stopped on Route 10 in Stamford for a traffic violation. Police say they charged Stoesser with DWI when his blood alcohol level allegedly tested .13 percent. Stoesser was issued an appearance ticket returnable in Stamford Justice Court on July 8.