By Melanie Lekocevic
Capital Region Independent Media
CORNWALLVILLE — A Cornwallville woman is charged with grand larceny and fraud related to transactions she allegedly made at two car service centers, according to state police.
Jessica Glendenning, 39, of Cornwallville, was arrested Aug. 9 by state police from the Latham barracks after police received a complaint from a car service center in Colonie, claiming Glendenning had issued a bad check for services rendered April 19, police said.
“The investigation determined Glendenning reportedly submitted a check as payment for over $1,000 worth of repair service in April 2023,” according to a statement from state police. “It was discovered the account the check was to draw from was closed in June 2022.”
The company claimed they contacted Glendenning “multiple times,” but she failed to make payment, state police said.
Glendenning is also accused of submitting another check to a different car service center in Colonie in March 2022 to pay for over $3,000 worth of repair services.
“The account that the check was to draw from had insufficient funds,” state police said. “Glendenning again failed to make any payment when contacted by the business multiple times.”
Glendenning surrendered herself Aug. 9 to state police in Latham, where she was arrested and processed.
She is charged with third-degree grand larceny, fourth-degree grand larceny, first-degree scheme to defraud, and two counts of issuing a bad check.
Glendenning was issued appearance tickets returnable to the Colonie Town Court and released. Her next court appearance is scheduled for Aug. 30.