WATERTOWN — Jarrod C. Randall, 37, of 114 Seymour St., was charged by city police Saturday with second- and third-degree criminal trespass.
According to police records, Mr. Randall is accused of violating a refrain-from order of protection issued by Judge Eric Swartz of City Court. Police say that at about 12:58 a.m. Friday, Mr. Randall entered Alissa A. Randall’s apartment on Katherine Street, in direct opposition to the order of protection Ms. Randall has against him.
Mr. Randall was arrested at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, processed and held pending arraignment in City Court.
Walter J. Herscap, 70, of 142 Mechanic St., Apt. 1105, was charged by city police Saturday with second-degree criminal contempt.
According to police records, Mr. Herscap violated the terms of a stay-away order of protection issued against him in Family Court. Police say at about 7:10 p.m. Saturday, Mr. Herscap contacted the protected party Kaylee Gates by phone and left a voicemail message.
He was arrested at his home and taken to the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, where he was held pending a video arraignment hearing.
Qwaterria R. Upshur, 23, of 26861 Anable Ave., Evans Mills, was charged by city police Friday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
According to police records, Ms. Upshur was driving in the 1200 block of Arsenal Street when she was stopped.
She was arrested on scene and given an appearance ticket to return to City Court at a later date.
Amy L. Cady, 50, of Philadelphia, was charged by state police Saturday with second-degree criminal contempt for violating a court order.
According to police records, Ms. Cady was arrested in the village of Philadelphia for an incident first reported at 5:17 p.m. earlier that day.
Police say they are still investigating the incident, and Ms. Cady was released with an appearance ticket.