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Gloversville ice cream truck pair have record of police incidents

Duo facing charges appear in court over license denial

Sno Kone Joe proprietor Amanda Scott awaits a hearing Wednesday in state Supreme Court in Johnstown with her attorney, William Lorman.
Sno Kone Joe proprietor Amanda Scott awaits a hearing Wednesday in state Supreme Court in Johnstown with her attorney, William Lorman.
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The squabble over a Gloversville ice cream truck license moved to court Wednesday, where a troubled history was laid out: 10 instances dating back to 2009 in which police officers became involved with either Joshua Malatino or Amanda Scott, operators of the Sno Kone Joe truck. Both Scott, 21, and Malatino, 34, are facing harassment and stalking charges in Gloversville City Court for allegations they were tailgating Phillip Hollister’s Mr. Ding-A-Ling truck in their Sno ...


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irene58
May 9, 2013
11:06 a.m.

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If Ms. Scott is indeed the owner (on more than just paper) then she should fire Malatino, that's problem #1.

10 incidents with no arrest.......that's problem #2.

ChuckD
May 9, 2013
10:28 p.m.

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Ice cream trucks? Seriously?
There needs to be some investigative journalism exercised on this business. It seems any place I've lived there have been stories of bad actors working as ice cream truck drivers. Is there any oversight? Aside from the ice cream being typically garbage, I don't let my kids near these people.

Will1960
May 10, 2013
5:02 p.m.

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What are these people thinking? They must have known their shady past would be scrutinized and publicized if they held this hearing or their attorney certainly should have forewarned them of the bad publicity that would result. They would have served themselves better if they just quietly took their medicine and allow things to die down. There's something wrong with this ice cream truck owner. Would have made for a great case for Judge Judy.

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