Indictments were returned Thursday by a Fulton County grand jury, charging six local people with crimes ranging from robbery to drug sales.
Among those indicted is Jason G. Insogna, the 21-year-old Gloversville man charged with breaking into a Montgomery Street home at gunpoint Dec. 7 and robbing the occupants. He was indicted on charges of second-degree robbery and second-degree criminal use of a firearm.
Police said Insogna stole about $500 and a quantity of marijuana.
In other indictments:
Marcus Van Slyke, 63, of James Street, Gloversville is charged with second-degree assault for allegedly striking a woman during an April 8 domestic dispute and fracturing an orbital bone in her face. The incident occurred on Western Boulevard.
Dennis Bier, 31, of DuBois Garden Apartments — arrested March 1 as a fugitive from justice — is charged in this case with third-degree counts of criminal sale and criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Bier, who was on parole for a felony drug sale conviction, was arrested at DuBois Garden Apartments by officers from the Gloversville Police Department, U.S. Marshals and the New Jersey Fugitive Task Force. The new charges stem from an alleged drug sale in Gloversville last summer.
Samantha Coffin, 21, of Division Street, Gloversville, on charges of third-degree sale and possession for allegedly selling cocaine to an informant Nov. 2 in Gloversville.
Amaya L. Jones, 26, of Eagle Street, Gloversville, on charges of second-degree forgery, second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
Jones is accused of writing three checks from a checkbook that was stolen along with a purse Nov. 2.
Police said Jones went to Price Chopper on Nov. 6 and 7 where she forged checks to pay for various merchandise.
Miguel A. Vasquez, 23, of Leffert Street, Amsterdam on third-degree counts of criminal sale and criminal possession of a controlled substance for allegedly selling cocaine to an undercover officer during a February sting operation at a local nightspot.
Also in Fulton County Court on Thursday, several previously indicted defendants entered guilty pleas before Judge Richard C. Giardino:
A Fonda man indicted for selling over an ounce of cocaine in April 2009 in Gloversville admitted third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Sentencing was postponed, but under terms of the plea agreement, Jonathan D. Subik, 34, of Martin Road will serve a prison term of 41⁄2 years.
He was arrested June 15 and then indicted Dec. 22 on second- and third-degree counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance and various counts of possession.
Police said he sold 27.6 grams of cocaine to an informant.
Gerald D. Guzek, 49, of Knott Road, Mayfield, pleaded guilty to felony driving while intoxicated.
Sentencing was also postponed in his case, but under terms of his plea deal he will serve a prison term of one to three years.
He was arrested Jan. 23 in Mayfield and then indicted March 24.
Danielle L. Gamble, 20, of Old State Road, Broadalbin pleaded guilty to fourth-degree grand larceny, clearing up all charges in a welfare fraud case.
Gamble is scheduled to serve five years of probation and pay restitution to the county of $5,440.
She was arrested Sept. 5 on charges of third-degree grand larceny, third-degree welfare fraud, first-degree offering a false instrument for filing and obtaining public assistance by fraud.
Annette Kilmartin, 40, of Fifth Avenue, Gloversville pleaded guilty to two counts each of fifth-degree criminal sale and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance for selling a prescription drug last year.
Under terms of her plea bargain she will be sentenced to five years of probation. She was named in a sealed indictment opened Sept. 10 charging her with the same crimes.
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