Oneonta and Blount County arrest reports



The Oneonta Police Department reported nine arrested and ticketed with three from June 18 – June 25.

Two minors were arrested both charged with minor in possession of alcohol and one having an additional charge of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Two others had a charge of minor in possession of alcohol and one of those individuals having two additional counts, one for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of marijuana (2nd). Two were charged with public intoxication – one of those also with a count of failure to appear. The other three had charges including failure to appear, driving while under the influence, and theft of property. The department issued three tickets including speeding, reckless driving, and false log book.

The Blount County Sheriff’s Department reported 27 arrests from June 18 – June 25.

One individual had 14 counts. Nine of those were for sexual abuse, three for unlawful imprisonment, and three for enticing a child.

Four were charged with public intoxication with one having additional charges of failing to obey a police officer and resisting arrest. Three were charged with theft of property with two having additional charges, one with burglary and the other with criminal trespassing.

Three were charged with driving with a canceled, revoked, or suspended license. With one of those having three additional charges of domestic violence, criminal mischief, and no proof of insurance. Two had counts of unlawful possession of marijuana with one having a charge of possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia.

Two were charged with possession or receipt of a controlled substance with one of those having a second charge of promoting prison contraband and the other having two additional charges of possession of a pistol after conviction of violence and unlawful distribution of a controlled substance.

Two were arrested for domestic violence, and two others had counts of obstructing government operations. One also had charges of assault (2nd) and resisting arrest.

The remaining eight arrests had several different charges including failure to appear, possession of a forged instrument, child abuse and harassment, burglary, illegal possession or fraudulent use of a credit or debit card, and a charge of establishing residence where a minor resides. One individual had nine counts of negotiating a worthless instrument, contempt of court, and receiving stolen property.