State Police arrested a man from Marathon Saturday night at an address on Rt 26, Taylor Valley Road, in the Town of Cincinnatus.
Joshua Stroh, 30, is being held on a felony weapons possession charge, according to the police report.
Troopers add that Sabrina Cuchine, 32, of Marathon, was ticketed for marijuana possession at the Taylor Valley Road address.
Friday afternoon, Casey Brown, 31, of Homer, was arrested following a report of a domestic dispute in the Town of Scott.
The State Police report says Brown was charged with Harassment with physical contact.
He was being held as the police investigation continues.
On Thursday afternoon, State Police arrested Robert Witty, 54, of McGraw.
Investigators say for more than three years, he fraudently obtained unemployment benefits of more than $8,109, while working two jobs.
Witty faces felony charges of Grand Larceny, Offering a False Instrument for Filing and Falsifying Business Records.
Witty was arraigned in Cortlandville Court and released to Alternatives to Incarceration until his next court appearance.
At mid-afternoon on Thursday, a man from Willet was arrested on Harassment charges.
State Police say Zachary Nowalk, who is 47, kept sending messages on social media and email.
The unwanted contact included calling his victim.
Nowalk was released until he’s due in Dryden Town Court April 10.
State Police are investigating a one-car crash on Crains Mills Road in Truxton on Thursday evening.
Troopers say they found the driver to be intoxicated.
Dyson Sprouse, 24, was not hurt in the accident, according to troopers, but received several tickets, including DWI, with a blood alcohol content estimated at .21%.
Sprouse was released until April 11 when he’s due in Truxton Court.
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