A New York Mills man was arrested on stalking charges Friday for allegedly harassing employees at the Oneida County Office Building, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies said the 57-year-old sent communications to employees at the Oneida County Office Building three different times. The sheriff's office listed the incidents in a release Friday:

• March 15: An email was sent to several county employees at the county office building. In the email, a county employee stated they were resigning.

• April 26: A fax sent to the county office building made harassing/slanderous comments about a county employee.

• May 10: An envelope left at the county office building had a harassing/slanderous note for a county employee.

Deputies did not identify the particular employee.

Sheriff's Office investigators interviewed the suspect at his residence prior to executing a search warrant. The man was charged with fourth-degree stalking, third-degree forgery and second-degree criminal impersonation, all misdemeanors. The Observer-Dispatch does not typically identify suspects charged with crimes lower than felonies.