Aug. 31 - Judge Richard Nissen presiding
• The case of Eric J. Braley, 37, was adjourned to Sept. 14. He is accused of second-degree Harassment, a Misdemeanor, based on a July 8 incident. Police said he spit in his ex-girlfriend’s face and grabbed her shirt during an argument over custody. The altercation took place at Braley’s residence on Alden Ave., authorities said.
• Amanda T. Prosser, 30, of Glen-Athol Road, Warrensburg, was granted an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal on a charge of second-degree Harassment. Police had said she had pushed another woman several times at 10:22 p.m. on the Warrensburg Recreation Field during Smoke Eaters' Jamboree.
• In a plea bargain, Ruby Duell, 22, of Fifth St., Glens Falls, pled Guilty to Driving While Ability Impaired, based on an incident at 2:35 a.m. Aug. 13. Police said she was driving, after consuming too much alcohol, down Golf Course Road and failed to keep right. The original charge was DWI- First Offense, a Misdemeanor. She was granted a conditional discharge, and ordered to attend a victims’ impact panel session. Also, her license was suspended for 90 days.
• Kelly J. Thissell, 23, and Shane C. Geidel, 19, both of Warrensburg, were arraigned on charges of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. Police said that at about 8 a.m. Aug. 24 at a traffic stop on Main St. Warrensburg, each possessed a glass smoking pipe containing marijuana. Both pled Guilty and were ordered to pay $225 apiece, representing a fine and surcharge.
• The cases of Darrell White and Stephanie Wood were adjourned to Sept. 14.
Aug. 24 - Judge Mindy Fisk presiding
• In a plea bargain, Michael S. Connelly, 38, of Harrington Hill, Lake George, pled Guilty to second degree Harassment, and was ordered to pay a fine and surcharge of $175. A Resisting Arrest charge was dropped in the case. The Harassment charge was based on his shoving and kicking a woman during an argument. An order of protection was issued, protecting the woman. Connelly also pled Guilty to a Misdemeanor of Driving While Intoxicated charge based on an earlier incident. He was granted probation, but he is to pay a fine and surcharge of $900. Two traffic infractions were dismissed.
• In a plea bargain, Cindy S. Harvey, 35, of Village Estates, Chestertown pled guilty to second-degree Harassment, and she was granted a conditional discharge and ordered to pay a $150 fine. She was originally charged with Felony second-degree Assault based on an incident June 28 at Burdick Ave. A neighbor said she struck a man with a 3/4” wrench twice in the left arm, causing a cut with bruising and swelling, which prompted him to seek medical treatment. An order of protection barring her from contacting the man was issued. The judge ordered her to participate in an anger management evaluation within 45 days and follow the recommendations.
• In a plea bargain, Kolby Semon, 25, of state Rte. 9, Chestertown and Sewell St. Lake George, pled Guilty to a reduced charge of second-degree Harassment. He had been charged with third-degree Assault based on a May 11 incident on Sweet Road in Warrensburg. Police said Semon grabbed a man by the neck, pulled him to the ground, causing the man's forehead to hit the pavement. An order of protection was issued in the case. He was ordered to pay a $50 fine.
• John R. Duffy, 28, of 3875 Main St., Warrensburg, pled Guilty to the Misdemeanor of Unlawfully Dealing with a Child for allowing two young teenagers to smoke marijuana with him in his apartment. It is illegal to merely allow a child to remain on the premises where activity involving marijuana is occurring. He was granted probation and was assessed a fine and surcharge of $280. A felony charge of second-degree sale of marijuana, accusing him of selling or supplying marijuana to a 15-year-old and a 13-year-old, was dismissed in the case, as was a charge of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. Orders of protection were issued in the base, barring Duffy from contact with the two teens.
• David Dibonaventura, of Dudley Mass. Received an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal on a charge that he failed to obtain a sales tax license, yet he sold sunglasses hats, helmets and shirts at a venue in Warrensburg under the name Home Court Athletics.
• Landlords Gerald and Michelle Hamilton were granted a $900 judgement and permission to evict Josh Baker and any subtenants, from their home at 125 River St. Warrensburg non-payment of $450 monthly rent.
• The case of Anthony Fortner was adjourned to Sept. 21. The cases of David A. Goodell, Burton R. Carson, Joel E. Quintal, Randy S. Rathbun, Jennifer Webster, Jamie Carpenter, and Adam A. Round were adjourned to Sept. 7.
Aug. 17 - Judge Richard Nissen presiding
• Mario Cumberbatch pled Guilty to third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation and he was ordered to pay $385 representing a fine and surcharge. He originally faced a charge of second-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation. A traffic infraction was dismissed.
• The cases of Richard Fox, Jacey Hayes, Kimberly Pulica, and Stephanie Wood were adjourned to Aug. 31. The case of Raymond Haynes was adjourned to Sept. 14.
Aug. 10 - Judge Mindy Fisk presiding
• The case of Zachary B. Bills, 19, of River St., Warrensburg, was adjourned to Aug. 31. He is facing a Misdemeanor charge of Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Police said that at 1:15 p.m. Aug. 6, at an address on Main St., he influenced an underage girl to smoke “posh,”an incense-type substance, causing the girl’s heart rate to rise and cause chest pain. She had been transported by ambulance to Glens Falls Hospital to seek medical attention. An order of protection, effective through Dec. 31, was issued in the case.
• An open adjournment was granted in the case of Marc D. Moos, 25, of Goodman Rd., Johnsburg. He is charged as a Fugitive from Justice, and considered Absent Without Leave from the U.S. Army, a Misdemeanor. Authorities said that he deserted his Army unit in Richardson, Alaska. He was arrested at 7:10 a.m. July 18 on Main St., Warrensburg.
• Randy S. Rathbun, 29, of Hollow Road, Hadley, was arraigned on a Misdemeanor charge of Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Police said that at 5 p.m. on Aug. 5 he got into a physical domestic fight with a woman at a home on Schroon River Road, grabbing her by the arm and pulling her, causing her to fall on top of a girl under 10 years old. An order of protection, effective through Dec. 31, was issued in the case, which was adjourned to Aug. 24.
• The case of Dwayne E. Rivers, 35, of Coleman Avenue in Hudson Falls was adjourned to Aug. 24. He is facing a Misdemeanor charge of second degree Aggravated Harassment based on a July 28 incident. Police said that at 8:35 p.m. that night he called a woman living on County Home Bridge Road, accusing her of being addicted to pain killers and being beyond her 30-day prescription limit — and exclaiming “I’ll fight you to the end!”
An order of protection, good through Dec. 31, was issued to shield the woman from contact by him.
• Lindsay A. Agins, 22, of Hicksville, NY was arraigned on multiple charges including third-degree Assault, a Misdemeanor, based on an incident 8:47 p.m. July 11 on state Rte 9. Police said she scratched a male victim on his side and back, causing multiple surface wounds and bleeding. She was also facing multiple drug charges, including Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance. Police said she possessed 25 full tablets and 16 partial ones of Xanax for which she had no prescription. Also, she was charged with Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. Police said she had in her possession two baggies of marijuana. The charge of seventh-degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled substance was dismissed. Cash bail was set at $1,000, and an one-year order of protection as issued banning her from contacting the man.
• The case of Tito Montalvo, of an unspecified address, was adjourned to Aug. 31. He is charged with issuing a check, with insufficient funds, to Viele’s Automotive Service of Main St., Warrensburg.
• The case of Amanda T. Prosser, 29, of Glen-Athol Road, Warrensburg, was adjourned to Aug. 31. She is accused of second-degree Harassment, a violation, based on an incident at 10:22 p.m. July 29 at the Warrensburg town recreation field. Police said she shoved a woman four times and threatened physical harm. An order of protection, effective through Dec. 31, was issued in the case.
• The case of Darrell C. White, 51, of King St., Warrensburg was adjourned to Aug. 31. He is accused of first-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, a Felony, based on a traffic stop at 8:39 p.m. July 25 on Main St., Warrensburg. Police said he was operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and while under the influence of alcohol. Police said his license had been suspended since Jan. 2006. White is also facing a two alcohol-related charges, both Misdemeanors: Driving While Intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol level of 0.08 percent or more. He is also facing a charges of second-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, and Operating a Vehicle with Suspended Registration.
• In a plea bargain, Joseph R. Giustino, 26, of Forest Lake Road, Warrensburg, pled Guilty to third-degree Facilitating Unlicensed charge and he was ordered to pay a fine and surcharge totalling $335. He had been charged with second-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation. A registration violation was dismissed.
• In a plea bargain, Alex Morehouse, 24, of Warrensburg, pled Guilty to third-degree Facilitated Unlicensed Operation, a reduction from third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation. Morehouse’s speeding charge was dismissed. Police said that on June 20 he was driving 81 m.p.h. up Rte. 28 in a 55-m.p.h. zone.
• The case of Kenneth Wilkins of Chestertown was transferred to Warren County court, as he has been charged with a Felony. Wilkins is accused of Insurance Fraud following an investigation by the state Insurance Department and State Police investigators. Authorities say Wilkins, representing Assurance Building and Contracting of Chestertown, operated a scheme in which he and others convinced homeowners to have their roofs inspected, then purposefully damaged them, then contracted with the homeowners to have the repairs done, police said.