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WATERTOWN — Edward F. Perkins, 31, of 23313 County Route 31, Watertown, was charged by city police Saturday with first-degree criminal contempt, second-degree unlawful imprisonment, fourth-degree criminal mischief for damage of property, fourth-degree criminal mischief for preventing an emergency call, second-degree harassment and endangering the welfare of a child.

According to police records, Mr. Perkins violated the terms of a refrain-from order of protection issued against him in Jefferson County Family Court, when he shoved and pushed Ariel McKinley, 28, and pinned her against a bed at about 10:30 p.m. Friday at an address on California Avenue. All this was done in the presence of a 4-year-old boy.

Mr. Perkins then attempted to wrestle a phone away from Ms. McKinley as she attempted to call 911.

Mr. Perkins was arrested at 1:30 a.m. Saturday at 12101 County Route 5, Chaumont, taken to the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, processed and held pending a video arraignment.

Cory W. Ashley, 32, of 31500 Sandy Hollow Road, Philadelphia, was charged by city police Saturday with DWI and a traffic infraction.

According to police records, Mr. Ashley was pulled over at 9:25 p.m. Friday along the 1300 block of State Street in the city. His blood alcohol content, or BAC, was measured at 0.13% during that stop.

Mr. Ashley was given an appearance ticket and released.

Joel A. Pilon, 53, of 1011 Gotham St., lower apartment, was charged by city police Sunday with unlawful imprisonment and second-degree harassment.

According to police records, Mr. Pilon pushed and restrained Cindy Wallace, 64, refusing to allow her to leave his residence during a domestic dispute.

Mr. Pilon was taken to the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, processed and held pending a video arraignment.

Kristi L. Fravel, 34, of 427 West Mullin St., Watertown, was arrested on a bench warrant at her residence by city police Saturday.

Ms. Fravel was taken to the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, processed and held pending arraignment.

Jonathan C. Mills, 35, of Watertown, was charged by state police Saturday with first-degree criminal contempt of a court order and an aggravated family offense.

According to police records, Mr. Mills was charged for an offense first reported to police on Nov. 5 at 1 p.m. Mr. Mills was arrested in the town of Adams.

Mr. Mills was arrested, processed, arraigned and released on cash bail.

Earl C. Towne, 39, of Watertown, was charged by state police Saturday with third-degree burglary.

According to police records, Mr. Towne was arrested at 3:29 p.m. Saturday in the town of LeRay. He was held in custody by state police. Two other people were arrested for the same incident.

Katie M. Loffler, 21, of Hermon, was charged by state police Saturday with fifth-degree conspiracy, fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and three counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Ms. Loffler was arrested at 4:05 p.m. for the same incident Mr. Towne was involved in. She was held in custody by state police.

Richard J. Massia, 38, of Watertown, was charged by state police Saturday with fifth-degree conspiracy, fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, second-degree criminal use of drug paraphanelia for diluents, dilutants or adulterants and second-degree criminal use of drug parahpanelia for scales.

Mr. Massia was arrested at 4:05 p.m. for the same incident Mr. Towne and Ms. Loffler were involved in. He was held in custody by state police.

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