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Underage drinking party leads to arrests

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Gina A. Skinner

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Cody M. Dickershaid

— State Police and Rotterdam Emergency Medical Services on Tuesday, April 10, responded to a residence in Princetown on a report of an intoxicated underage female who was subsequently transported to Ellis Hospital, treated and released.

Police investigated the circumstances of the underage female becoming intoxicated, which led to the arrest of several individuals.

Gina A. Skinner, 44, of Princetown, was arrested on the charges of three counts of unlawfully dealing with a child by giving alcohol to a person under 21 and unlawfully dealing with a child, all misdemeanors. She was arraigned in the Town of Rotterdam Court and was scheduled to reappear in the Town of Princetown Court on April 18.

Anthony A. Manning, 17, of Rotterdam, was arrested on the charges of sexual misconduct and endangering the welfare of a child, both misdemeanors. He was arraigned in the Town of Princetown Court and issued an order of protection to stay away from the underage alleged victim.

A 16-year-old male who allegedly provided false information regarding who supplied the alcohol to the teens was arrested for making a false statement. He was arraigned in the Town of Princetown Court and was issued an order of protection to stay away from the underage alleged victim.

While investigating the original incident, State Police learned of a separate incident on Thursday, April 12, involving an additional person. That information led police to Cody M. Dickershaid, 20, of Princetown, who allegedly was involved in a domestic dispute with his 17-year-old girlfriend.

Dickershaid allegedly had been in possession of a .45 caliber handgun while menacing his girlfriend and refused to allow her to leave the residence. He then allegedly assaulted and menaced a second victim in the residence during the incident.

Dickershaid was arrested on the charges of menacing in the second degree with a weapon, assault in the third degree, unlawful imprisonment in the second degree and harassment in the second degree. He was arraigned in the Town of Rotterdam Court and remanded to the Schenectady County jail in lieu of $1,000 bail.

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