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					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. H a r p e r w a s                                 The men, who own seven gas
 Freeman was stopped for having found to possess a pair of wire-                                      stations and convenience stores                     Donors sought for Hilltowns Christmas
 a loud exhaust system and over- cutters t h a t h e used to remove                                   under the name "USA Gas" in the
 tinted windows and he appeared the item's security tag, the report                                   Capital Region, including the one                     The Albany County Sheriffs                 Voorheesville; Kohl's D e p a r t -
                                   says. .                                                            in Guilderland, are charged with                    Department, in conjunction with              m e n t S t o r e , Colonie; E m m a
                                                                                                      "structuring" more than $17 mil-                    the Hilltowns Community Re-                  Cleary's, Slingerlands; Colonie
                                                                                                      lion through six bank accounts in
                                           KEVIN A. MOSS                                              an attempt to evade federal cur-
                                                                                                                                                          source Center, will sponsor the
                                                                                                                                                          13th Annual Hilltowns C h r i s t -
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Center's information desk, Wolf
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Road, Colonie; Crossgates Mall,
                                                 A T T O R N E Y AT L A W                             rency r e p o r t i n g r e q u i r e m e n t s ,                                                upper level, Guilderland; or the
                                                                                                                                                          mas Program.
                                           Former Guilderland Town Judge and                          according to the U.S. Attorney's                                                                 Albany County Sheriffs patrol
                                                                                                      Office.                                                "Over the past 12 years, the
                                               Assistant District Attorney                                                                                                                             station, 390 New Salem Road,
                                                                                                         T h a t means, according to the                  Hilltowns C h r i s t m a s Program          Voorheesville.
                                     30 YEARS TRIAL EXPERIENCE — specializing in:                     U . S . A t t o r n e y ' s Office, t h e           has provided n u m e r o u s families
                                                                                                                                                          from t h e rural a r e a s of Albany           Those w i s h i n g to m a k e a
                                      • Personal Injury and Wrongful Death                            Ozbays were depositing large                                                                     monetary donation can mail a
                                                                                                      amounts of money into a bank,                       County with toys, food, and a
                                           •   Vehicle and Traffic Violations                                                                                                                          check to: K a t h a l e e n Taylor,
                                                                                                      but in chunks less t h a n $10,000.                 little Christmas spirit," according
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Albany County Sheriffs Depart-
                                                 L] Criminal Offenses                  Office         Federal law requires any trans-                     to a release from t h e sheriffs
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ment, 390 New Salem Road,
                                                                                                      action over $10,000 to be re-                       d e p a r t m e n t . "Once again, we
   462 Bond Road                                                             (518)861-6014                                                                                                             Voorheesville, NY 12186.
                                                                                                      ported to the IRS.                                  cannot accomplish our goals of
   Altamont, New York 12009-5902                                        www.kevinmosslaw.com                                                                                                             Checks should be m a d e pay-
                                                                                                                                                          helping families in need without
                                                                                                                                                                                                       able to the ACSD Hilltowns
                                                                                                                                                          your assistance." _
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Christmas Fund. All donations
                                                                                                        THE RANDALL                                         Anyone w i s h i n g to d o n a t e
                                                                                                                                                          non-perishable food items or
                                                                                                                                                                                                       should be received no later than
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Dec. 22. For more information,
                                                                                                          LAW FIRM                                        new, unwrapped toys may do so                call K a t h a l e e n Taylor a t 765-
                                                                                                                                                          at: Nichols' Market, Maple Road,             5976.


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