Police: 2-time robber nabbed

FULTONVILLE – A Gloversville man is facing several charges after deputies said he robbed a village truck stop with a knife two times.

Adam M. Kubisky, 32, of 5 Delaware Ave., was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, petit larceny and two counts of first-degree robbery Thursday.

Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies said the AM Best Truck Stop on Riverside Drive was first robbed March 10 at around 1 a.m.

During that robbery, the robber displayed a knife and demanded money from the store clerk. The robber was wearing a gray jacket with a hoodie, pink gloves, and a bandana was used to conceal his face, police said.

The witness described the suspect’s voice as “geeky, not feminine and not manly,” according to a March news release from the Sheriff’s Department.

The robber fled north across Riverside Drive, then between Dunkin Donuts and Poplars Motel.

Deputies said about $1,000 was taken during that event.

Around 2:20 a.m. June 15, the truck stop was again robbed by a man displaying a knife and demanding money. The suspect in that case fled into a van parked outside of the truck stop.

While reviewing security video of that robbery, deputies said they noticed that man was wearing a black hoodie and pink gloves, with a bandana covering his face. The tape showed the man fled the scene in a Ford Freestar van.

Investigators were able to locate the van and charge Kubisky in both robberies.

Kubisky is being held in the Montgomery County Jail on $25,000 bail. He will answer the charge in Glen Town Court.