March 30 - Judge Richard Nissen presiding
• Charles F. Frasier, 52, of Grand Avenue, Warrensburg, was arraigned on a charge of Failure to Feed an Animal, a misdemeanor. Police said Frasier left his cat inside his home unattended for four days or more, neglecting to provide the creature with food or water. His case was adjourned to Aug. 13.
• Bruce S. Bartlett, 19, of Thomson St. Warrensburg, was arraigned on alcohol-related charges including Driving While Intoxicated and .08 percent blood-alcohol level, both misdemeanors, based on a Feb. 27 incident when police stopped Bartlett at 3 a.m. on Main St. He is also facing a charge of third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation. His license was suspended pending prosecution. Barlett's case was adjourned to April 27.
• Patrick Healy, 23, of Stony Brook NY, was arraigned on a charge of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, based on an incident at 4:15 p.m. March 19. Police said that when they stopped him in Warrensburg for speeding on Main St. they located about one gram of marijuana in the glove compartment of his Dodge Caliber. His case was adjourned to April 27.
• Jesse C. Arnold, 22, Bowen Hill Rd., Warrensburg, pled guilty to Driving While Intoxicated, stemming from a Sept. 23 incident. Judge Richard Nissen awarded him a conditional discharge. Nissen ordered him to pay $900 in a fine and surcharge, to attend a Victim Impact Panel session and participate in a drinking driver program. Arnold's license was revoked for six months. His case was adjourned to April 13 for an ignition interlock installation to occur.
• Joshua D. Blake, 21, of River St., Warrensburg, was arraigned on charges of Driving While Intoxicated and .08 percent or more blood-alcohol level, both misdemeanors, based on a March 18 incident when he was stopped on state Rte. 9. He is also facing a charge of third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation. Blake's case was adjourned to April 13.
• Charles S. Cribb, 54, was arraigned on a charge of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, based on a traffic stop March 13. police said he possessed a smoking pipe and 10 m.g. of hydrocodone. His case was adjourned to April 13.
• Colson N. Powell, 21, was arraigned on a charge of Criminal Contempt for disobeying an order to stay away from a couple. Police said he stayed a night at their home on River St., Warrensburg.
• The case of Andrew P. Smith, 47 of Glenmont, NY was adjourned to May 4. He is charged with Driving While Ability Impaired, based on a property damage accident at 6:45 p.m. Feb. 13.
• The case of Jacob Steves was adjourned to May 11. The cases of Timothy Calvert, Christopher Daley, and Adam Zwartkay were adjourned to April 27. The case of Cozy cabin versus Dumond testimony was given, and the decision is forthcoming. The case of Amanda Miller, Bernard Monroe, and Colson Powell, were adjourned to April 13. A bench warrant was issued for Joseph Millington.
March 23 - Judge Mindy Fisk presiding
• Jacob A. Martin of Granville pled Guilty to a charge of Petit Larceny, based on an incident Feb. 24 at about 7:15 p.m. Police said he took a Lake George man's pit bull puppy from the back of a sedan parked on Main St. Martin had been jailed since his arrest due to a lack of $500 cash bail. He was sentenced to a fine of $485.
• In a plea bargain, Kevin T. Pickett, 40, of Truesdale Hill Rd. was convicted of endangering the Welfare of a Child, a misdemeanor, and was awarded a one-year Conditional Discharge. he had been facing a felony charge of first-degree Sexual Abuse. Police said he had sexual contact with an 8-year-old girl in Warrensburg in 2001. Police said the girl disclosed the abuse last year. An order of protection was issued.
• The case of Kenneth Clark, 50, of Pyramid Pines Estates in Saratoga Springs, was adjourned to April 6. he is accused of second-degree Trespass based on an incident occurring at about 11:06 a.m. March 16. Police said he entered a house on Stacy St. and barged past a woman and her teenage daughter. Police said Clark was told to leave the premises several times, but only did so after 911 was called.
• The case of Michael S. Connelly of Harrington Hill Rd. in the Town of Lake George, was adjourned to May 4. He is accused of Driving While Intoxicated, a misdemeanor, based on an incident occurring at 11:14 a.m. March 12 that involved a vehicle accident on Richards Ave. He is also accused of Aggravated DWI after his blood-alcohol level tested greater than 0.18, plus a violation of Following Too Close. His license was suspended pending prosecution.
• The case of David and Sharon Gifford, of 52 Cross Road, was adjourned to April 6. The two are accused of Operating a Junkyard in violation of town ordinances. A town code enforcement officer found two unregistered vehicles on the couple's property as well as a mattress and a bed, according to court records, which note the Giffords were issued several notices since December concerning the violation.
• Meredith Sonley, 29, of River St. was awarded an Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal. She had been charged with second-degree Harassment based on an Oct. 22 incident. Police said that at about 3:05 p.m. that day on James St., Sonley closed Keith Sonley's left arm in her vehicle door. A one-year order of protection was granted in the case.
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March 23 - Judge Mindy Fisk presiding
• The case of Ryan P. Stamour, 19, of Federal Hill Road, Bolton, was adjourned to May 4. He is accused of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, based on a traffic stop at 4:15 p.m. Jan. 28 on state Rte. 9. Police said he possessed a small glass smoking pipe containing marijuana residue as well as a small "bud" of the substance. Police also said his vehicle wasn't registered and he wasn't using a seat belt.
• The case of Andrew P. Smith, 47, of Glenmont, NY was adjourned to May 4. he is accused of Driving While Ability Impaired, based on the findings of police when they investigated a vehicle accident at 6:45 p.m. Feb. 13. He is also charged with operating a cell phone and following too close.
• Nicholas Evens pled guilty to Unlawful Possession of Marijuana and inadequate license plate lamps. He was ordered to pay fines and surcharges totaling $300.
• Carrie McComsey, 34, of North Creek pled guilty to a charge of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation based on a Nov. 9 incident and was sentenced to a fine and surcharge of $285.
• Judge Fisk granted a decision in the case of Kelly McDonald vs. Stephen Schiappa, her landlord at 3875 Main St. Schiappa was granted an order to evict McDonald, and he won a $1,120 judgement against her.
• Likewise, landlord Glenda Duell won an order to evict Nicholas Monteleone and Colleen Bancroft from their home at 73 River St. for non-payment of $650. Duell won a judgement of $650 against the couple.
• The cases of Clifford Johnson, Thomas Millington, Michael White and Kenneth Wilkins, were adjourned to April 6.
March 16 - Judge Richard Nissen presiding
• Kade Hamblin 20, of Hudson St. Warrensburg, pled guilty to fourth-degree Criminal Mischief and he was sentenced to a $450 fine. He paid restitution and completed community service, according to court records. He was originally charged with felony third-degree Criminal Mischief for driving his Chevy Blazer on the lawn of the Warren County Fish Hatchery and accelerating in a circular motion, causing considerable damage to the lawn. He had also been charged with misdemeanor Trespass for unlawfully being on the property at a time it was closed to the public.
• Craig Herald, originally charged with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, pled Guilty to Facilitating Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, and he was sentenced to a fine and surcharge totaling $285.
• Bruce Bartlett, 19, of Thomson St. was arraigned on a charge of DWI, a misdemeanor, based on a traffic stop at 3:01 a.m. Feb. 27. He is also charged with driving with .08 of 1 percent or more blood-alcohol level and third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, both misdemeanors. His case was adjourned to March 30.
• The case of Timothy Calvert, 25, of Johnsburg was adjourned to March 30. He is charged with third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, a misdemeanor, based on a traffic stop at 11:27 a.m. Feb. 19.
• Jessica K. Hayle, 29 of Burdick Avenue, pled guilty to Driving While Ability Impaired, a reduction from her DWI charged based on an incident at 4:22 a.m.Feb. 10 when a state Trooper found her out of gas on the Northway. Police said her blood alcohol level was .11 of 1 percent. She received a Conditional Discharge on the lowered charge. She was sentenced to 24 hours of community service, was ordered to pay $560 total in fine and surcharge, and told to attend a Victim Impact Panel. Also, her license was suspended for 90 days.
• The cases of Lynn Bennett, Lynn Bonilla, Christina Burch, Glen Germain and and Leah Printy were adjourned to April 13. The cases of Colson Powell and Bernard Monroe were adjourned to April 30. No date was set for the adjournment of Patrick Cobb's case.