Cortland County Sheriff’s Office: Cortlandville woman arrested for threatening victims with a knife

A town of Cortlandville woman was arrested on Monday after allegedly threatening three victims with a knife, according to a report from the Cortland County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday.

The report states that on Monday around noon, county sheriff’s deputies responded to a domestic dispute at a residence in the town. Upon investigation, it was found that Tamara M. Glover, 44, threatened victims with a knife.

Glover was charged with third-degree criminal possession of a weapon (a Class-D Felony), endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree menacing (both Class-A Misdemeanors).

Glover was arraigned through Cortland County’s Centralized Arraignment program. She is being held at the county jail, and she will appear in the town of Cortlandville court at a date yet to be determined.