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Police blotter: Two face DWI charges

Man faces burglary charge

On Sept. 26, Baldwinsville Police arrested James M. Dougherty, 30, of 78 Mapleview Drive, Pennellville, on charges of second-degree burglary degree and petit larceny. It is alleged that on Sept. 25, Dougherty unlawfully entered a Meadow Street residence and stole a laptop computer. He was processed and arraigned before Judge Huling and remanded to the Justice Center Jail on bail of $25,000 cash or $50,000 bond. He was scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 3.

Two charged with providing alcohol to minors

On Oct. 1, police arrested David E. Stevens, 25, of 4 Wood St., Baldwinsville, and Matthew Stemmler, 24, of 48 E. Oneida St., Baldwinsville, on charges of first-degree unlawfully dealing with a child. The arrests were the result of a complaint of underage drinking and it is alleged that both subjects provided alcohol to an individual under 21. Both were processed and released on their own recognizance to appear in court on Oct. 17.

Woman charged with shoplifting

At 5:33 p.m. Oct. 2, police arrested Jennifer M. Putzer, 22, of 7782 Barbara Lane, Baldwinsville, for petit larceny. It is alleged that Putzer stole several items from the Kinney Drug Store, located at 21 E. Genesee St. and that she had left the area in a vehicle. Police observed the vehicle and stopped it and the stolen items were recovered from inside it. She was processed and released and was scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 2.

Woman charged with endangering the welfare of a child

On Oct. 5, police arrested Kelly L. Hosmer, 43, of 22 Canton St. on charges of second-degree harassment and endangering the welfare of a child. It is alleged that Hosmer caused scratches to a 5-year-old child’s neck as well as held the victim’s head down into a mattress, causing the child to have difficulty breathing. She was processed and released on her own recognizance to appear in court on Oct. 24.

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