Man charged with mutiple misdemeanors following dispute

A local man was arrested Saturday following a domestic dispute during which he held a subject against her will.

Police allege Kenneth Currier, 40, of State Route 4 in Whitehall, turned violent during an argument and dragged the victim around the residence and held her against her will.

He was charged with first-degree harassment and second-degree unlawful imprisonment, both misdemeanors. He was also charged with second-degree criminal contempt, also a misdemeanor, because the victim had an order of protection against Currier.

He was arraigned in Granville Court and released to appear in Whitehall Court at a later date. An additional order of protection was issued.

The case and the arrest were handled by Patrolman David Gebo.

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