What happened overnight police blotter report for may 10, 2018 newzjunky gas bloating pregnancy


Watertown Police Department: Jennifer L. Hardy, 36, of 657 Olive St., Apt. 3, Watertown, was charged by Watertown police at 5:12 p.m. May 5 in the 600 block of Olive Street with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and a brake light violation. She is summoned to appear May 17 in City Court.

Lowville Village Police Department: Kayla Gifford, 24, Lowville, was charged by Lowville police on May 7 with third-degree falsely reporting an emergency. Police said Ms. Gifford requested an ambulance on May 6 because she was having difficulty breathing. “When EMS and patrols arrived, Ms. Gifford stated that she had fallen and couldn’t remember anything. She was transported to the emergency room where she admitted to a patrol that she made this up and there was never an emergency. She was attempting to have the ambulance take her to Utica so she could see her boyfriend,” police wrote. She is summoned to appear in Lowville Village Court at a later date.

“On May 9, 2018, at about 4:30 p.m., Ryan Noftsier turned himself in at the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office in regard to incidents which occurred in the early morning hours of May 2. Through investigation, it was determined that on May 2 at about 12:50 a.m., Noftsier lent a motor vehicle to a friend, Stephen J. Krug, who drove said vehicle to Fastrac from Baker’s Grill to make a purchase for Noftsier. At some point in his travels, Krug caused damage to the vehicle which left it undriveable, there Krug left the vehicle at Fastrac and walked back to Baker’s where he then notified Noftsier of the incident. At about 3:21 a.m., deputies were sent to Fastrac for a report of a disturbance involving Noftsier and upon their arrival Noftsier was highly agitated and disorderly towards investigating deputies demanding to know what happened to his vehicle. Noftsier repeatedly reported that the vehicle was stolen and wished to pursue charges against Krug. Noftsier was highly intoxicated and refused to cooperate therefore he was ordered off-scene for his disorderly and threatening conduct directed at deputies. After returning to his residence in New Bremen between 3:42 a.m. and 4:08 a.m., Noftsier proceeded to place 16 phone calls to the Lewis County 911 Center for no legitimate purpose other than to create annoyance and inconvenience for law enforcement. During these calls, Noftsier repeatedly made additional false reports, indirect threats and used aggressive and obscene language directed at dispatchers which resulted in undue interference with the normal operations of the 911 Center. Noftsier was charged with third-degree falsely reporting an incident. He is ordered to appear in Lowville Village Court. He was also charged with second-degree obstruction of government administration and summoned to appear in New Bremen Town Court. Additionally, Mr. Krug was issued traffic tickets for unsafe tire, open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, leaving the scene of a property damage accident and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation. He is ordered to appear in Lowville Village Court.”