According to a Press Release from the Cortland County Sheriffs Department on Thursday (July 12) just before 10pm, deputies stopped a vehicle on Route 38 in Harford for speeding.
The driver, Mark Belina, 55, from Richford, was found to be intoxicated.
Belina was arrested, processed and then released to a third party, and due to appear in the Town of Harford Court August 1.
In Sunday (July 15) around 4 in the morning, Cortland County Sheriffs checked a vehicle parked in the middle of Clute Road in Cortlandville.
Police tell us, the driver, Brock Granger, 18, of Cortland gave a fake name, had no license, and was found to be in possession and impaired by drugs.
A passenger, Donavin Fink, 18, from Cortland also gave a fake name and was found to have drugs.
Minors were in the car, names were not disclosed due to their age.
Granger was charged with driving without a license. Both Granger and Fink were charged with endangering the welfare of child, criminal impersonation, and drug possession.
Both were arrested and arraigned at the Town of Cortlandville Court.
Granger was being held on $3,000 cash bail $9,000 bond, Fink was being held on $5,000 cash or $15,000 bond.
Both were due back at Cortlandville Court yesterday.
Last night (July 16) around 11:15, Cortland County Sheriffs responded to a complaint from an off duty police officer to an area on Route 13 in the Town of Truxton. The driver, Casey MacLeod, 33, was unable to stay in her lane.
Deputies determined she was impaired by drugs and found several types of controlled substances.
Police say, she was charged with Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs, Aggravated Unlicensed Operator, three counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, and Possession of a Controlled Substance not in the Original Container.
MacLeod was arrested, processed, and arraigned in the Town of Truxton Court, and is due back on August 8th.