Aug. 25 - Judge Mindy Fisk presiding
• Brian D. Cook, 26, of 5 Spruce Lane, Warrensburg, was granted one-year Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal on a charge of second-degree Harassment. He was accused of throwing a can of "Nos" energy drink at a woman shortly after noon Aug. 8 with the attempt to cause physical injury, police said.
• The case of John M. Peluso, II, 29, was adjourned to Sept. 8. Peluso faces Felony charges of Menacing a Police Officer and third-degree Criminal Possession of a Weapon. Police apprehended him at about midnight Aug. 18 at his parents house on Henry St., according to court documents. Police said Peluso threatened a police officer with a knife.
Police said that while being restrained by his father, the younger Peluso pulled away from him and raised a folding knife at a patrolman and threatened him in an obscenity-laced outburst. Peluso continued to hold the knife until disarmed by his father, police said, prompting fear in the officer of physical injury. Peluso also faces a Misdemeanor charge of Resisting Arrest. Police said Peluso pulled his arms away, and when restrained on the ground, pushed his body up against the officer. Bail was recommended by the District Attorney's Office to be $50,000, but bail was set for $5,000, and Peluso was sent to Warren County Jail for lack of bail, which was later reduced to $1,000, according to court records.
• The case of John M. Woods, 48, of Southview Dr. Diamond Point was adjourned to Sept. 8. He is accused of third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation based on an incident Aug. 11 in which two probation officers spotted Woods exiting his vehicle at 6:18 p.m.
• The case of Jeremy L. Barber, 17, of Alden Ave, Warrensburg was adjourned to Sept. 22. He faces a Misdemeanor charge of Reckless Driving, based on an incident at 10:20 p.m. Aug. 16 on Harrington Hill Rd. Police said he was driving erratically and crashed into a horse trailer. He told police that people were chasing hin to beat him up.
• The case of Kathleen L. Carter, 62, of Diamond Point Rd., was adjourned to Sept. 1. She is accused of the Misdemeanor of Driving While Intoxicated in an incident at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 11 which involved a car crash on Pasco Avenue, Warrensburg. She also faces the charge of driving with the blood-alcohol level of 0.08 percent or more, Unlicensed Operator and Failure to Yield Right-of Way at a stop sign, an action which resulted in a car crash, according to a police report. Her blood-alcohol level measured 0.14 percent, police said.
• A judgement for $2,226 was granted to Paul Girard for non-payment of rent against Robin Baker, of 12 Second Ave., Warrensburg.
• Abraham Sanders, 21, of Flushing N.Y., pled Guilty to Disobeying a Traffic Device in a plea bargain, settling charges for speeding 90 miles per hour in a 65 m.p.h. speed zone on the northbound I-87 at 11:42 a.m. May 30. He was caught by radar. Sanders paid $185 in fines and surcharges to the reduced charges.
• Alvin Millington of Johnsburg, pled Guilty to the violation of Unlicensed Operator in a plea bargain. He faces a fine and surcharge totaling $125.
• Carl Venosa, 25, of Chestertown pled Guilty to third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed operation based on a June 17 traffic stop. He faces a fine and surcharge totaling $285.
The cases of Fahri Clak, Philip Deloria, Joe Giustino, Raymond Hernandez, Laurie Kennedy, Wayne Kennedy, Gary LaRose, and Tyrone Tanko were adjourned.
Aug. 18 - Judge Richard Nissen
• The case of Tyler S. Baker, 17, 147 River St. was adjourned to Sept. 1. He is charged with Trespass - police said that at 6:50 p.m. July 30, he entered the property of Bonnie Monroe at 211 River St. after being told not to.
• The case of Francesco Carrillo, 27, of Beacon, NY, was adjourned. He is charged with DWAI, and Open Container of Alcohol in a Motor Vehicle, based on an incident at 6:20 p.m. Aug 8, when he was stopped on Northway after illegally driving on the roadway's shoulder. Police measured his blood-alcohol level at 0.07.
• Warren Devoe, 23, Library Ave., pled Guilty to Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. Police had apprehended him on Library Ave. possessing a Baggie of the substance. Devoe was assessed a fine and surcharge totaling $225.
• The case of Ernest Donable, 25, of Elmont NY, was adjourned to Sept. 1. He was charged with third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, July 14 after he was stopped on the Northway near Exit 24. Police said he was speeding 70 miles per hour in a work zone that had a limit of 50 m.p.h. posted.
• The case of Kelly J. Rafferty, 37, of 44 Elm St., Warrensburg, was adjourned to Sept. 1. She faces a Felony charge of Criminal Mischief due to causing more than $1,500 worth of damage to the vehicle belonging to her husband, Jonathan Rafferty, police said. Authorities said that at 10:20 a.m. on Aug. 1, she took a sharp item and made multiple deep scratches to the driver's side of the vehicle, a 2008 Toyota Tundra pickup. She is also charged with second-degree Harassment, a Violation, for pushing her husband in the chest with both hands that day at their residence.
• A judgement of $2,045 was granted against Todd Reed, 255 River St., Warrensburg, to force him to repay a personal loan from Philip J. Viger of Gansevoort. According to the court judgement, Reed had obtained the loan of $2,030 for a deposit on vehicle, car insurance and car registration, attorney's fees and a cash advance.
• Matthew R. Walters, 27, of Beswick Drive, Warrensburg, pled Guilty to a charge of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, a Violation, based on an incident at 2:56 a.m. Aug. 1 on Library Ave. when he possessed a Baggie of the substance. Walters was assessed a fine and surcharge totaling $225.
• Claudette Masonius, 38, was resentenced to 8 days in jail after failing to report for serving time on weekends at the Warren County jail.
• The cases of David Amiano, Luis Barban, Lynn Bennett, Joe Giustino, Keith Hayes, Michael Monroe, Jennifer Murphy, Maria Natale, Brittany Scroggy, Jacob Steves and Eric VanNess, were all adjourned to Sept. 1.