A local father and his son both received plea bargains in a case in which police said they illegally obtained gasoline on Chestertown Fire Co. credit cards between October 2008 and April 2010 for their personal vehicle and use while they were members of the agency.
• Wayne J. Kennedy Jr. of Chestertown pled guilty to Petit Larceny, and was sentenced to three years' probation. The felony charge of Grand Larceny he was facing was dismissed, and the charges of fifth-degree Criminal Possession of Stolen Property, Misapplication of Property, sixth-degree Conspiracy and two other counts of Petit Larceny were consolidated with the charge to which he was convicted. Kennedy was ordered to pay restitution of $69.91 and a $50 fine.
• Wayne J. Kennedy Sr. of Chestertown pled guilty to Petit Larceny, and was sentenced to three years' probation. The felony charge of Grand Larceny he was facing was dismissed, and the charges of fifth-degree Criminal Possession of Stolen Property, Misapplication of Property, sixth-degree Conspiracy and two other counts of Petit Larceny were consolidated with the charge to which he was convicted. Kennedy was ordered to pay restitution of $81.97 and a $50 fine.
• David A. Goodell, 33, of Baker St. Hudson Falls, was arrested and arraigned on a felony charge of first-degree Criminal Contempt based on an incident April 26 at an apartment on County Home Bridge Road. Police said he slapped a woman in the face during an argument in violation of an existing order of protection. Bail was set at $20,000 cash, and he was sent to jail in lieu of the bail.
• Adam A. Round, 23, of Burdick Ave. Warrensburg, was arraigned on a felony charge of second-degree Assault. Police said that at about 1:30 a.m. April 16, Round struck a man in the face with an unknown object, causing two fractures to his jaw as well as pain and swelling. The case was referred to Warren County for Grand Jury action. He was released on his own recognizance.
• Lacy Cook, 22, of River St. Warrensburg pled guilty to third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, based on a traffic stop at 12:05 a.m. Feb. 8 on Main St. She was sentenced to a fine and surcharge of $285.
• Ian Landenberger, 18, of Schroon River Road, Warrensburg, pled guilty to Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. He was assessed a $225 fine and surcharge in the case. The arrest was based on a vehicle search conducted at 6:25 p.m. April 29 on Fish Hatchery Road during which police found 7 grams of marijuana in his Audi.
• Ryan P. Stamour, 19, of Federal Hill
Road, Bolton Landing, was granted a six-month Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal on a charge of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. In a traffic stop at 4:15 p.m. Jan. 28, police had found a small glass pipe containing marijuana residue and a bud of the plant, they said. It was noted that Stamour completed 24 hours of community service in connection with the case.
• The cases of Michael Connelly and Nicholas Evans were adjourned to May 18. The case of Jamie Carpenter was adjourned to June 1, and Joe Giustino is to appear on some charges June 5.
The case involving Mark Donahue was transferred to Warren County Court.
May 11: Judge Richard Nissen
• Anthony D. Burt of Main St. Warrensburg pled guilty to Disorderly Conduct, and was sentenced to a conditional discharge and was ordered to pay $225 in a fine and surcharge. He had been arrested on a charge of Unlawfully Dealing with a Child after police heard he gave his son, who was 17 at the time, a tattoo of a blue dragon on his left upper arm, knowing he was under 18.
• Charles S. Cribb, 54, of Hadley Road, Stony Creek, was given a conditional discharge based on an incident that resolved a charge of seventh-degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance. The charge stemmed from a traffic stop March 13, when police said he possessed a smoking pipe and 10 mg of hydrocodone. He was ordered to pay $505 in combined fine and surcharge.
• Justin Vollenveider and Vanessa Minor were ordered to vacate their home, Cabin No. 2 at 675 Rte. 418 for non-payment of rent, and ordered to pay $4,838.94 in back rent plus costs to their landlord, Sinai Retreats.
• The case of landlord William Oehler versus tenant Christine Blanchard of Apt. 9, 14 County Home Bridge Rd., was dismissed because neither party showed up in court. Oehler was seeking $1,200 in back rent.
• Bruce S. Bartlett of Main St. Warrensburg pled Guilty to Driving While Ability Impaired, and ordered to pay $660 in a fine and surcharge. He received a conditional discharge and his license was suspended for 90 days and ordered to attend a victim impact panel session.
• Eugene Howard Kelley III, 35, of Sanford St. Warrensburg, was arraigned on a charge of second degree Criminal Contempt. Police said that he disobeyed a family court order and had used alcohol or illegal substances in the children's residence and used one or both while caring for them the afternoon of Oct. May 7. Bail was set for and he was sent to Warren County Jail after failing to raise $2,000 cash bail. The case was adjourned to May 25.
• Kimberley H. Pulica, 24, was arraigned on a charge of Petit Larceny based on an incident April 11 at about 4:50 p.m. in the Warrensburg Grand Union. Police said she stole two Colgate toothbrushes worth $12.28. • Brian L. Cole, 49, convicted of Attempted Unlawful Dealing with Child, was sentenced to jail for 30 days. The sentence shall run consecutive to a DWI conviction from Queensbury court. He was ordered to pay $355 in a fine and surcharge. An order of protection was issued to protect the victim.
He had been charged with first-degree Unlawfully Dealing with a Child. Police said Cole allowed alcohol to be consumed on Feb. 12 at 2:45 a.m. by 12 people under the age of 21 - while hosting a birthday party at his home.
• Timothy S. Condon, Glens Falls, was convicted of second-degree Attempted Criminal Contempt. Judge Nissen granted him a conditional discharge, and ordered him to pay a fine and surcharge of $405.