• The case of Leonard M. Bradway Jr., 57, of Ridge Avenue, Warrensburg, was transferred to Warren County Court. Bradway is facing a felony charge of Making a Terroristic Threat. Police said that on May 11 at about 6:15 p.m., he called WTEN-TV news and told them to send reporters to Warren County Family Court, because the judge was "as good as dead," referring to Warren County Family Court Judge J. Timothy Breen. A station employee then called the police and reported the death threat, according to court records.
Police said Bradway was dissatisfied over the handling of a pending matter. According to a report in the Post-Star, Bradway was seeking a hearing to modify custody or visitation for a child of his because a man living with the child's mother had been charged with endangering the child's welfare - and Bradway was upset at the delay. His defense lawyer, county Assistant Public Defender Marcy Flores, said at Bradway's arraignment that he had been drinking before he called the station, didn't remember the phone call, and never intended to hurt the judge, the Post-Star reported.
An order of protection was issued in the case. Bail was set at $15,000 cash.
• Monty D. Fish, 49, of Dinu Drive, Warrensburg, was arraigned on a charge of second-degree Harassment and Resisting Arrest. Police said at about 11:30 p.m. April 8 Fish prevented Warren County Sheriff's Patrol Officer Jeremy Coon from arresting him on the Harassment charge by pushing his body towards Coon, then he resisted being handcuffed. Police also said he swore at an officer.
• In a plea bargain, Nicholas Evans, 22, of Third Ave., Warrensburg, pled Guilty to a single charge of second-degree Harassment and received a conditional discharge. He was fined $200. He had been facing a charge of Criminal Strangling of his girlfriend resulting from a disagreement. He had also been charged originally with Endangering the Welfare of a Child, because it was reported a child had been present during the altercation. An order of protection was issued to block his contact with the female victim.
• The case of Jennifer L. Webster, 34, of County Home Bridge Road, Warrensburg, was adjourned to June 1. She is accused of the misdemeanor of making a False Written Statement. Police said she gave police a signed written statement describing a domestic incident on April 26, then gave them a signed written statement on May 13 stating that the prior statement was false. She was released on her own recognizance.
• Mary Rabine was ordered to vacate her home at 1225-A Schroon River Rd., as an eviction order was granted to landlord Starr Rafferty. A $555 judgement was granted based on non-payment of rent. Rafferty had asked for $1,410.
• The cases of Adam Round and Michael Connelly were adjourned to June 1. The case of David Goodell was adjourned to June 15.