Sept. 9 - Justice Mindy Fisk presiding
• Richard Moretti Jr., 48, of Highland NY pled Guilty to Attempted Petit Larceny for taking Cynthia Crace's $600 charbroil gas grill on May 2. He was originally charged with Petit Larceny in the matter. The case was adjourned to Oct. 21 for sentencing.
• Gregory Tyrell, 27 of Chestertown was sentenced to three years probation and a $50 fine for a Misdemeanor conviction of third-degree Assault. Police said he struck a person with a metal pipe April 20 at the Warrensburg Town Recreation Field
• The case of Michael Morehouse, 34, of Warrensburg was adjourned to Sept. 23. Morehouse is facing a Misdemeanor charge of fourth-degree Criminal Mischief based on a Sept. 7 incident. Police said he threw a phone against a wall while a 911 call was being placed.
• The case of Richard Davis, 49, of Warrensburg, was adjourned to Sept. 23. He is facing a Misdemeanor charge of second-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle based on an Aug. 18 traffic stop.
• Christopher Lanfear, 41, of Gansevoort, pled Guilty to marijuana possession stemming from an Aug. 22 traffic stop. He was assessed a $100 fine.
• The case of Lisa Thompson, 46, of Lawrence Harbor, NJ was adjourned to Sept. 23. She is facing Misdemeanor DWI and Aggravated DWI charges. She was stopped Aug. 15 for inadequate headlights when police determined she'd consumed alcohol in excess.
Sept. 2 - Justice Richard Nissen presiding
• Darren Baker was in court to face a charge of failing to get a dog license, an offense that can prompt a $250 fine and mean a 15-day jail sentence. He was apprehended Aug. 19 when town employees were going door-to-door in an effort to check dog licenses. Baker told the judge that the license required immunizations, and he couldn't do it now because the dog was pregnant. Assistant District Attorney Kevin Donlon looked up the pregnancy term for his dog on his PDA, a term of 63 days, and Judge Nissen told Baker to return Oct. 14 with a dog license.
• Edward Laroe, 35, of Glens Falls pled Guilty to second-degree Harassment in a plea bargain, a reduction of a prior second-degree Menacing charge relating to an Aug. 12 incident. Police said Laroe pulled the shirt of a woman he lived with in Warrensburg, causing her to fall to the floor, then he put his foot on her chest, wielded a baseball bat close to her face, and threatened to "bury it" in her head. He was assessed a $125 fine and surcharge. He was issued an order of protection, mandating that he leave the woman alone.
• Jamie Bearor, 32, of Queensbury, received an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal on a charge of second degree harassment. Police said she struck a male on his face two times on James St. in an Aug. 3 incident. She has to stay out of trouble for 6 months for the dismissal to take effect.
• Jeffrey Morehouse, 23 of Warrensburg was arraigned on multiple charges after he was stopped by police. He was charged with Petit Larceny, according to police, for stealing a $20 Welcome sign from Seasons Bed & Breakfast, and during the stop police apprehended him with 24 grams of marijuana, so he was also charged with Marijuana Possession, a violation. His case was adjourned to obtain the services of an attorney.
• Valerie Crawford, 24, of Pottersville, appeared in court with her attorney to answer a Misdemeanor DWI charge stemming from a July 8 incident on the Northway. A hearing was scheduled for Sept. 16
• Karol Stasiulewicz of New Britain, Conn. pled Guilty to DWAI, a violation, in a plea bargain reducing a Misdemeanor DWI charge stemming from an Aug. 13 arrest . Stasiulewicz had her license suspended for 90 days and she was assessed $560 in fines and surcharges.
• Nicholas Myers, 24 of Luzerne was apparently stood up by his attorney, court sources said. Myers was in court to answer an Aug. 8 Misdemeanor DWI charge, but his attorney didn't show up. The case was adjourned to Sept. 16.