• The case of Charles F. Frasier, 26, of Grand Ave., Warrensburg, was transferred to Warren County Court. He was arrested on the charges of first-degree Criminal Contempt, a Felony; third-degree Assault, a Misdemeanor; and second-degree Menacing, a Misdemeanor. Police said he threatened a woman that he'd "slice her face up," ignoring an order of protection that was issued in March against him. Also, they said he struck the woman on the head several times on the floor, and pulled her left leg against a window frame, causing injuries to her.
• The case of Fahri Colak, 39, of Sterling heights, Mich., was adjourned to July 21. He faces a Misdemeanor charge of second-degree Criminal Contempt. Police said he was occupying a vehicle June 30 with a woman who had an order of Protection issued against him. He also faces a charge of third-degree Aggregated Unlicensed Operation, also a Misdemeanor. He was stopped on Main St., Warrensburg, in the incident.
• The case of Keith H. Hayes, 19, of John St., Hudson Falls, was adjourned to July 21. He is facing a charge of third-degree Burglary, a Felony. Police said that on June 12, at about 12:30 a.m. he broke into the Warrensburg Health Center by smashing the front door with a rock and tried to enter several rooms. Police said he left a trail of blood on the premises from a cut on his hand. Hayes is free after raising $5,000 bail. He also faces a Misdemeanor of Criminal Mischief.
Kade A. Hamblin, 20, of Hudson St. pled Guilty to a Misdemeanor of Disorderly Conduct. On May 21, at 8:30 p.m., he gunned his 2000 Chevy east on Marion Ave. and spun his tires, causing a loud shrieking noise, annoying the public, police said. He faces a fine and surcharge totaling $225.
• The case of Maria A. Natale of Corinth, was adjourned to July 21. She is facing a Felony charge of DWI after police stopped her 8 p.m. June 5 on River Rd. in Warrensburg near the Hudson River Recreation area, and a breath test indicated a blood-alcohol level of 0.14 percent, police said. Natale had previously been arrested on a driving while intoxicated charge in April 2007, they said. She also faces a Driving While Ability Impaired charge, a Misdemeanor.
• An Aggravated Harassment charge against Michael A. Prosser Jr., 20, of 161 Hudson St., was adjourned in contemplation of dismissal. He was ordered to perform 24 hours of Community Service, and an order of protection was issued. Police said he threatened to kill a person in a phone call conversation May 25.
• The case of Eric VanNess of 6 Meadowlark Lane, Warrensburg, 23, was adjourned to July 21. VanNess is accused of third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, a Misdemeanor, and a violation of operating a cell phone. Police lodged the charges June 6 after stopping him on Rte. 9.
• David Angelo Amiano, 44, of Athol Rd., Athol appeared May 12 and July 7 on a felony complaint of fourth Degree Grand Larceny for writing four checks totaling $2,590 to Marco Polo's Pizza between March 5 and March 23 when he knew he didn't have funds to cover them, police said. The case was adjourned to July 21.
During other recent court sessions:
• Monica Perry, 37, of 5th St., Queensbury, appeared on a Misdemeanor charge of Petit Larceny. Police said she stole a 48-ounce bottle of Tide laundry detergent and a similar-sized bottle of liquid bleach from Rite Aid on the afternoon of May 20. The goods were worth $12.48.
• Paul T. Ortiz 25, of Fort Ann, pled Guilty to Reckless Driving and facilitating Aggravated Unlicensed Operation. He was sentenced to a Conditional Discharge, fined $570 in fines and surcharges, and was required to participate in a Victim's Impact Panel session.
• Jennifer A. Murphy, 26, of Chestertown, pled Guilty to Facilitating Aggravated Unlicensed Operation based on an April 10 traffic stop. She was fined $285 in fines and surcharges.
• Dale D. Perry, 46, of Lake George pled Guilty to a plea bargain of Reckless Driving, based on an incident March 13 at 12:45 a.m. when he was stopped on Rte. 418. He was originally charged with Misdemeanor DWI, Driving with 0.08 breath alcohol content, and several traffic violations. He said he had about six beers that evening between visits to Ashe's tavern and CB's Spirits. At the substation, he assured the police the arresting officer he had not had a drink since he had been pulled over. He was sentenced to a Victim's Impact Panel and 100 hours of community service.
• The case of Richard D. Ardito 43, of River St. Warrensburg was heard in court. He was charged with Misdemeanor DWI, and driving with a blood alcohol testing over .08 percent stemming from a May 9 incident in which he drove through a stop sign, according to police.
• Also recently heard in court was the case of William J. Diamond, 42. he was charged with the Misdemeanor of Disorderly Conduct. On May 29, at about 8:45 p.m., police said, Diamond played loud music and yelled obscenities out the open window of his residence at 3753 Main St. After being told to be quiet by police, he continued the noise and mouthing obscenities, authorities said.
• The case if Chad Haseltine, 20, of Queensbury was also heard in court. He was charged with second-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation. He was stopped at 6 p.m. May 22,on River St. and arrested by a Department of Environmental Conservation officer.
• Brian K. Hopkins, 29, of Sweet Rd., Warrensburg, has also appeared in court recently. He was stopped at 7:50 p.m. May 19 on state Rte. 9 and charged with Misdemeanor DWI, and Aggravated DWI after his blood-alcohol level tested above 0.18 percent., police said. He was also charged with Consumption of Alcohol in a vehicle, and Unsafe Lane Change.
• Gary Paul LaRose, 57, of 163 River St., Warrensburg, was in court recently answering a charge of second degree Reckless Endangerment. Police said that about 9:30 p.m. June 13, he discharged a Winchester 30.30 rifle he had offered for sale, and it fired into the floor of his second-floor apartment while the first floor apartment below was occupied. Police said he fired the gun under the influence of alcohol, and he didn't check to see if the weapon was safe and unloaded. A witness at the scene said LaRose had said, "This is what I can do to somebody," right before he discharged the weapon into the floor.
LaRose had told police he was selling the gun because he needed cash to pay for a DWI offense, they said. He had told the responding police he had consumed a few beers and could fix the floor with some putty.