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Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office 

The Sheriff’s Office responded to a domestic incident call on Manchester Drive in the town of Halfmoon on April 21. Investigation into the matter led to the arrest of Julia H. Kim (age 33) of Halfmoon, who was charged with assault in the 2nd degree (class D felony) and criminal possession of a weapon in the 4th degree (class A misdemeanor).

Kim is accused of causing physical injury to a person known to her by striking them to the head with a frying pan. She was arraigned before the Honorable Joseph V. Fodera in the Halfmoon Town Court and released on her own recognizance pending further action in the matter.

-The Sheriff’s Office received a call of a domestic incident on April 20, that reportedly occurred on N.Y.S. Route 29 in the town of Galway. Investigation into the matter led to the arrest of Jose C. Sartin (age 30) of Middle Grove, who was charged with robbery in the 3rd degree (class D felony), and assault in the 3rd degree (class A misdemeanor). Sartin is accused of striking another person to the facial area resulting in physical injury and of forcibly stealing property from that person. He was arraigned before the Honorable Timothy M. Brown in the Milton Town Court and released on his own recognizance pending further action in the matter.

-The Sheriff’s Office responded to a disturbance call on Howe Road in the town of Corinth on March 30. Investigation into the matter led to the arrest on April 20 of Samuel E. Paquin (age 60) of Greenfield, who was charged with criminal mischief in the 2nd degree (class D felony) and reckless endangerment in the 2nd degree (class A misdemeanor). Paquin is accused of intentionally ramming another person’s vehicle with his own resulting in damage in an amount that exceeded $1,500. He is also accused of recklessly engaging in conduct that created a substantial risk of serious physical injury to another person. He was ordered to be released on an appearance ticket by the Honorable Michael T. Woodcock of the Corinth Town Court pending further action in the matter.

On Feb. 20, the Sheriff’s Office responded to a stabbing call involving a 16-year-old victim on Redfield Park in the town of Clifton Park. Investigation into the incident identified two adolescent male offenders and an adult male as having participated in the stabbing. 

The two were each charged with assault in the 1st degree and gang assault in the 1st degree (class B felonies). Both were arraigned and released to the custody of their guardians pending further action in the matter. 

The adult male, Coray A. Marrero (age 19) of Queens, NY, was charged with the same offenses as the juveniles as well as robbery in the 2nd degree (class C felony). Marrero was arrested in Queens by the NYPD on separate charges and turned over to the Sheriff’s Office on April 19. He was arraigned before the Honorable Timothy M. Brown and remanded to the Saratoga County Jail in lieu of bail, bond, or partially secured bond pending further action in the matter.

The victim was transported to Albany Medical Center where he underwent emergency surgery for potentially life-threatening injuries.

During the course of the investigation into the stabbing, it was discovered that the incident was in retaliation for a robbery that had occurred at the Walmart in the town of Halfmoon on Feb. 13. It is alleged that during this incident, a juvenile male was forced into a vehicle and robbed at gunpoint.

As a result of this investigation, Tyler J. Reed (age 20) of Schenectady, one adolescent male offender, and one juvenile male offender were charged with robbery in the 1st degree and kidnapping in the 2nd degree (class B felonies). One of the charged persons was the stabbing victim in the Clifton Park incident.

Reed was arraigned before the Honorable Katherine Suchocki in the Halfmoon Town Court on Feb. 28, and remanded to the Saratoga County Jail in lieu of bail, insured bond, or partially secured bond to await further action in the matter. The adolescent male offender was arraigned and remanded to a secure detention facility in lieu of bail pending further proceedings in the matter, and the juvenile male offender was arraigned and released to a guardian pending further proceedings in the matter.

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