Cortland Area Police Blotter | Monday, June 10

Cortland man charged with felony after altercation

A city man was arrested Wednesday for attacking a woman who had a valid order of protection against him while she was in the parking lot of a city hotel, according to the Cortland Police Department.

Trevor Major, 32, of 98 ½ East Court St. was arrested at 3:30 p.m. at his home following an investigation into an incident June 1 at the Ramada Inn at 2 River St. in Cortland, according to city police. Major slammed a 30-year-old woman’s head against a car mirror, causing her to bruise and the injury to swell, according to a police release.

Police charged Major with felony first-degree criminal contempt, but he may face additional charges, said Lt. Michael Strangeway.

Major was released and is set to appear at 9 a.m. in City Court.

Marathon man turns himself in

A Marathon man turned himself into police Wednesday for beating another man after he was featured as a wanted man on the city police department’s Facebook page.

Christopher Gleason, 28, of 1567 Babcock Hollow Road, gave himself up at 9:20 p.m. at the City Police Station after his wanted poster was published online at 10:31 a.m. and then shared 68 times.

Gleason was wanted for chasing a 31-year-old man he witnessed urinating in public into Courthouse Park and beating him, causing a serious fracture to the bones in his face, said Lt. Michael Strangeway.

A charge of felony second-degree assault was levied against Gleason and he was released to appear at a later date in City Court.

Cortland woman charged with identity theft

Accused: Katrina Toolan, 40, of 99 Tompkins Street, Cortland

Charges: Fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and second-degree identity theft, felonies

Details: Toolan was arrested about 8 p.m. Tuesday for using a stolen credit card on May 4 at the Food Bag Market convenience store on Tompkins Street, according to the police department. Toolan was sent to jail on $1,000 cash or $2,000 bond bail. Further court information was immediately unavailable.