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  • St. Johnsville Police Department arrest report

  • The St. Johnsville Police Department arrest report for April 1.

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  • The St. Johnsville Police Department arrest report for April 1.
    St. Johnsville Police
    March 24
    •A 16-year-old St. Johnsville youth was arrested for third-degree criminal trespass at 3:15 p.m. on Washington Street. Police said the youth allegedly entered and remained unlawfully upon the roof area of D.H. Robbins Elementary School during the early afternoon hours while school was closed. The youth was processed at the St. Johnsville Police Department and was released on an appearance ticket returnable in St. Johnsville Village Court at a later date, said police.
    March 25
    •Ryan C. Stagg, 30, of 45 First Ave., Ilion, 317 Eureka Ave., Herkimer, and 15 Jackson Rd., Little Falls, was arrested for possession of a sexual performance by a child and promoting a sexual performance by a child at 5:30 p.m. on Old Meadow Road in St. Johnsville. Police said Stagg was allegedly found to be in possession of child pornography and had child pornography available to be traded with other computer users. He was arraigned before village Justice Bruce Dye and was remanded to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in lieu of $7,500 cash bail or $15,000 bail bond. The state police Computer Crime Unit in Guilderland assisted in the investigation.
    March 27
    •Kaylee M. Durrant, 18, of 18 Kingsbury Ave., St. Johnsville, was arrested for second-degree harassment at 7:45 p.m. on Kingsbury Avenue. Police said Durrant was arrested after she allegedly shoved another person repeatedly and subjected another person to physical contact. Durrant was released on an appearance ticket returnable in village court at a later date.
    March 29
    •Jason J. Humphrey, 28, of 909 Highland Ave., Herkimer, was arrested for driving while ability impaired by alcohol and/or drugs and various traffic violations at 1:29 a.m. on Bridge Street. Humphrey was processed at the St. Johnsville Police Department and was released on traffic summons returnable in village court at a later date.

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