Saratoga County

Man indicted in alleged Greenfield kidnapping attempt

A 29-year-old Saratoga County man was indicted Wednesday on charges of attempted kidnapping and assa

A 29-year-old Saratoga County man was indicted Wednesday on charges of attempted kidnapping and assault for allegedly attacking a woman in the parking lot of the Stewart’s Shop on Route 9N in Greenfield last month.

Thomas M. Mould of North Greenfield Road in Porter Corners was also indicted by a Saratoga County grand jury under the new strangulation section of the penal law.

His indictment stems from an incident at 11:30 p.m. Sept. 22 when a female patron of Stewart’s was attacked as she finished fueling her car at the gas pumps near the convenience store, according to the state police.

Police said the suspect forced his way into the woman’s vehicle and assaulted her there. The man fled the scene when the woman fought back. Mould was located by state police a short time later and arrested. He remains in Saratoga County Jail.

In other county court action:

• Harry W. Shippee, 52, of Palmer Avenue, Corinth, was sentenced by Judge Jerry J. Scarano to time already served and five years’ probation that must include drug treatment court stemming from a March 29 arrest by state police in the town of Wilton.

• Orlando G. Gordon, 46, a homeless man, was indicted on charges of burglary and criminal mischief for allegedly forcing open a rear porch door and entering a home on Crescent Avenue in Saratoga Springs on March 13. The door was damaged when it was forced open, police said.

• Richard H. Ogle III, 68, a homeless man, was sentenced to 21⁄2 years in state prison and three years of post-release supervision after pleading guilty in August to a charge of attempted burglary. Ogle admitted to entering a home on Victoria Lane in Saratoga Springs on Dec. 9, 2010, without the owner’s permission and removing objects.

• Michael P. Brymer, 38, of Mountain View Drive, Moreau, was indicted on charges of third- and fourth-degree grand larceny and third- and fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property stemming from July 2010 incidents in the towns of Clifton Park and Moreau. He was arrested by state police and the South Glens Falls Police Department.

• Frank R. Williams, 32, of Mountain Road, Gansevoort, was indicted on drunken driving charges stemming from an arrest by state police July 7 in the town of Moreau.

• Larry M. Ball, 24, of Moreau was indicated on a charge of second-degree assault stemming from a Sept. 30 incident in the town of Moreau.

Categories: Uncategorized

Leave a Reply