Sept. 23 - Justice Mindy Fisk presiding
• In a plea bargain, Michael Delgiorno, 25, of Athol, pled Guilty to Reckless Driving in satisfaction of charges he incurred in April. He had been charged with Driving While Intoxicated, a Misdemeanor; Consuming Alcohol in a Vehicle, Reckless Driving and various motor vehicle infractions. He was sentenced to probation.
• Theresa Leight-Flynn, 55, of Lake George, received an Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal in a case in which she was charged with issuing a bad check in July.
• Raymond Hernandez, 38, of Lake Luzerne pled Guilty to second-degree Criminal Contempt, a Misdemeanor, and he was sentenced to 30 days in Warren County Jail. The charge was related to Hernandez violating an Order of Protection.
• Terry LaVergne, 50, of Burdick Ave. Warrensburg, was arraigned on charges of Misdemeanor Driving While Intoxicated; Disorderly Conduct, a violation; Failure to Yield to an Emergency Vehicle; and a motor vehicle infraction, all based on a Sept. 10 incident. His case was adjourned to Oct. 7 so he could obtain the services of an attorney.
• The case of Eric Patton. 24, of Rte. 8, Warrensburg - charged with second-degree Criminal Contempt for disobeying an Order of Protection - was adjourned to Oct. 21.
• William Cartwright, 65, of Albany pled Guilty to a Misdemeanor charge of Driving While Intoxicated he incurred Sept. 2. His case was adjourned until Nov. 4 for sentencing.
• In a plea bargain, Lisa Thompson, 46, of Laurence Harbor, NJ pled Guilty to DWI. She was facing Misdemeanor DWI and Aggravated DWI charges. She was stopped Aug. 15 for inadequate headlights when police determined she'd consumed alcohol in excess. Her sentence included a $550 fine including surcharges and she was granted a conditional discharge, but her license was suspended for 90 days.
Sept. 16 - Justice Richard Nissen presiding
• The case of Nelson Gouge, 36, of Hudson St. Warrensburg, who is facing a first degree Criminal Contempt charge, a felony, was transferred to Warren County Court. In this case, based on an Aug. 19 incident, Gouge is also facing charges of third-degree Assault and Criminal Mischief, both Misdemeanors.
Police said Gouge violated an Order of Protection by not only having contact with a woman, but striking her in the eye, slapping her and pulling her hair, causing her to fall to the floor. Also, police said, he turned on her cordless phone and hid it so she couldn't place a phone call from the house.
• Joyce Thyrring, 53 of 51 Orton Drive, Warrensburg, was arraigned on a charge of second-degree Harassment, a violation. Police said she repeatedly stood outside her neighbor's house at 45 Orton Drive, watching the family's activities and taking flash photographs of both the residence and photographs of vehicles of visiting friends. She was arrested, police said, after she stood in front of the house and stared at the house for an extended period of time. Nissen issued an Order of Protection barring Thyrring from bothering the neighbor, and the case was adjourned to Sept. 30.
• In a plea bargain, Clyde Boland, 42, of Lake Ave. Warrensburg pled Guilty to Driving While Ability Impaired, based on an Aug. 8 incident. He had originally been charged with Misdemeanor DWI, Resisting arrest and Unsafe Backing. Boland was sentenced to pay $600 in fines and surcharges - and a conditional discharge - but his license was suspended for 90 days.
• In another plea bargain, Nicholas Myers, 24, of Luzerne pled Guilty to Driving While Ability Impaired, based on an Aug. 8 incident. Two weeks ago, Myers was in court, but he was stood up by his attorney. Myers was sentenced to pay $600 in fines and surcharges, and a conditional discharge, but his license was suspended for 90 days.
• Gary Luke, 54, of Pottersville, pled Guilty to DWAI based on an Aug. 10 incident. Luke was sentenced to pay $600 in fines and surcharges - and given a conditional discharge, but his license was suspended for 90 days.
• Christopher Gilles, 34, of Glens Falls, pled Guilty to DWI in satisfaction of several charges. He had been not only charged with DWI, but Endangering the Welfare of a Child, and Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a motor vehicle.
In July, Gilles was stopped by police and he was found to be intoxicated, and children were in the vehicle while he was driving, authorities said. Gilles' sentencing was adjourned to Oct. 28.