On Monday, Dryden Police checked out a 911 hangup call.
A customer at a local business reported seeing a man and woman fighting in a car.
Police spotted and stopped that vehicle in the Village of Dryden.
According to the police report, Curtis Harrison-Mack, 20, of New York City, was arguing with his girlfriend, punched her in the face several times, and took away her phone so she couldn’t call for help.
Dryden Police add that they also found an illegal credit card skimmer on Harrison-Mack.
He was charged with Criminal Mischief, Assault and possession of that skimmer, arraigned, and sent to the Tompkins County Jail awaiting $10,000 cash bail.
Dryden Police were called Tuesday to a home in the Village for a reported fight.
Michael Stout, 21, of Dryden, was arrested for damaging someone else’s property and for pushing a woman.
According to police, he was charged with Harassment and Criminal Mischief and taken to CRMC for further evaluation.
Stout is to appear at a future date in Dryden Town Court.