16 The Altamont Enterprise - Thursday, November 11, 2004 Blotters and Dockets Desmond M. K a t r a y a n , 4 1 , of nervous and didn't produce. 6203 Empire Ave., Schenectady, identification. His car smelled of was arrested on Oct. 26, a t t h e b u r n t marijuana, the a r r e s t re- Guilderland Police Station, for port says, and Freeman admitted a s s a u l t w i t h i n t e n t to cause to possessing a dagger and a par- - physical injury, a misdemeanor. tially-smoked marijuana Guilderland Police say Katrayan cigarette. Two more knives were t u r n e d himself in to police on a found in the car, the report says, complaint about a domestic as- as well as a scale and plastic sault he was involved in. baggies, normally used to pack- **** age d r u g s , which w e r e found Phillip C. Sak, 39, of 1146 rolled up in a pair of child's-size Glenwood Boulevard, Schenec- jeans on the floor of the car. tady, was arrested on Oct. 21, at -f- *T* < - "T* Hillcrest and Western avenues, Norman M. Alfieri, 60, of 2 1 for driving with a suspended li- Ronald Place, Guilderland, was cense, a misdemeanor, a n d for a ticketed on Oct. 23, a t his resi- registration display plate viola- dence, for second-degree h a - tion, an infraction. Guilderland r a s s m e n t , a violation. Guilder- Police say Sak was stopped for land Police say Alfieri was in- not having both a front license volved in a domestic d i s p u t e plate and an inspection sticker w h e r e he g r a b b e d t h e com- and he was found to have a sus- plainant's wrists and threw h e r pended license a n d an expired onto a couch. registration. J a m e s N. Billups, 26, of 155 The Enterprise — Matt Cook **** Michael S. Tallman, 19, of 117 N o r t h ' L a k e Road, Albany, was Empty pumps: The USA Gas station in Guilderland, on Western Avenue across from McKownville S h a n n o n Ave., Schoharie, was arrested on Oct. 22, a t Crossgates Methodist church and Crossgates Mall. The four owners of the seven USA Gas stations in the Capital ticketed on Oct. 21; at Mercycare Mall, for petit larceny, a misde- Region were arrested last Thursday for "structuring" over $17 million to avoid reporting transactions Lane and Western Avenue, for meanor. Guilderland Police say to the IRS. The Guilderland station's manager said the publicity has been bad for business. unlawful possession of m a r i - that, at Macy's, Billups stole a j u a n a , a violation. Guilderland comforter set, valued a t $99.99, Police say Tallman was a p a s - and was stopped by the store's senger in a car t h a t was stopped for a traffic violation and he was loss-prevention officer. *(* -T* -T* Sp Ozbay arrests hurt USA Gas business found to possess a small bag of Deena-Marie Bedian, 18, of 2 B y Matt Cook The men are not charged with in the bank." marijuana and a pipe containing Carol Place, Wynantskill, a n d GUILDERLAND—A gas sta- tax evasion. N u r i Ozbay would not say marijuana. Bethany A. Folkins, 18, of 292 tion in Guilderland has been hit According the U.S. Attorney's anything about the charges or his W e y m o u t h Drive, Rochester, h a r d by the news of the recent Office, if convicted, each m a n e m p l o y e r s . T h e gas s t a t i o n Lawrence D. Stone, 44, of 109 were both arrested on Oct. 25, at arrests of its owners, according faces a maximum penalty of 10 where h e was working Monday Van Dyke Place, #11, Guilder- C r o s s g a t e s M a l l , for p e t i t to its manager. years in prison and/or a $500,000 afternoon, surrounded with wav - land, was ticketed on Oct. 25, at larceny, a misdemeanor. fine or twice the pecuniary gain "There's no one in the store," ing American flags, had almost his residence, for second-degree Guilderland Police say t h a t , at or loss on each count for which said Nuri Ozbay, m a n a g e r of t h e no customers. harassment, a violation. Filene's, they both stole assorted they were charged. Guilderland USA Gas s t a t i o n . The U.S. Attorney's Office said G u i l d e r l a n d Police say t h a t , clothing by concealing t h e m in "It's killed the business." Yalcin Ozbays lawyer, Mark J. 17 agencies collaborated on t h e while Stone was highly intoxi- bags. The merchandise Bedian The station—with gas p u m p s Sacco, told The Enterprise the i n v e s t i g a t i o n , i n c l u d i n g the cated, he p u s h e d t h e com- stole totaled $28 and Folkins's and a convenience store—is lo- Ozbays came to America from Department of Homeland plainant, pulled her hair, grabbed totaled $63.99, the arrest reports cated on a busy stretch of Route Turkey and started a new life in Security, Immigration and her by the neck, and stated he say. They were both stopped- by 20 in McKownville, across from the American tradition. Customs enforcement. could kill her w i t h o u t leaving t h e store's, l o s s - p r e v e n t i o n t h e M e t h o d i s t c h u r c h , near "These guys a r e t h e classic In addition to Guilderland, the any marks on her body. officer, the reports say. Crossgates Mall. story of immigrants," Sacco said. •t- * * * Ozbays own USA Gas stations in * * ••:: * Last Thursday, the United "They c a m e over h e r e , t h e y B a l l s t o n S p a , Clifton Park, Michael Paul Freeman, 24, of Timothy A. Harper, 20, of 541 States Attorney's Office, in con- worked very hard, they worked Glenmont, Schenectady, and 13 McCarly Ave., Albany, was Plattekill Road, Freehold, was ar- junction with t h e IRS, t h e FBI, long hours, and they did well." South Glens Falls. arrested on Oct. 22, on Western rested on Oct. 25, at Crossgates and the State Police, announced Sacco wouldn't comment on G l e n n T. S u d d a b y , U.S. Avenue, for: criminal possession Mall, for petit larceny, a misde- the arrest of Mustafa Ozbay, 56, w h e t h e r or not h e t h o u g h t the A t t o r n e y for t h e N o r t h e r n of a weapon, a misdemeanor; meanor. Guilderland Police say of Schenectady; Ziya Ozbay, 59, Ozbays were unfairly targeted. District of New York, did not r e - unlawful possession of m a r i - H a r p e r stole a s w e a t s h i r t at of Schenectady; Birol Ozbay, 29, He said the charges only have to t u r n a phone call from The juana, a violation; and a muffler Filene's,-valued at $124, and was of S c h e n e c t a d y ; a n d Yalcin do with "how did the money get Enterprise. exhaust system violation, an in- stopped by the store's loss-pre- Ozbay, 38; of Saratoga Springs. fraction. Guilderland Police say vention officer. 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