Sept. 1 - Judge Richard Nissen presiding
Woman faces charges after punching mom over child custody
• The case of Rachel L. Weiler, 28, Upper Sherman Avenue, Queensbury, was adjourned to Sept. 15. She is accused of second-degree harassment, for an incident at 9:23 p.m. Aug. 15 in which police said she shoved Bridget L. Giernacky at 4 Orton Dr. with both hands, causing her to fall back into a parked vehicle.
Weiler has lodged a complaint against Giernacky, 27, 4 Orton Dr., relating to that same incident. Giernacky is charged with third-degree assault. Police said after she was shoved against a vehicle, Giernacky pulled Weiler's hair, dragged her to the ground and proceeded to kick her in the face causing a cut above her right eye. When Weiler recovered and stood back up, according to the accusation, Giernacky punched her in the face. Since Weiler was holding her 7-year-old son in her arms, causing a risk of injury to the child, Giernacky was also charged with endangering the welfare of a child. Giernacky said in a statement, police said, that Weiler had come to her house, and Giernacky went outside to get the child, the son of her boyfriend Joe Weiler, and Weiler wouldn't comply. Giernacky admitted in her statement she had pulled Weiler's hair and punched her after Giernacky had been shoved into a car. Giernacky's case was adjourned to Sept. 22.
• The case of Sadie M. Wells, 29, State Route 28 was adjourned to Sept. 15. She is accused with fourth-degree criminal mischief for punching her fist through a bedroom door at about 2 a.m. Aug. 22 in an apartment at 11 Swan St., leaving a gaping hole in it. An order of protection, effective through 2010, was issued to restrain Wells from contacting the woman whose bedroom door was damaged.
• The case of Harold J. Passino, 33, was adjourned to Sept. 15 because he didn't show up in court. Passino is facing a misdemeanor charge of writing a bad check May 27 to Curtis Lumber for $114.89.
• The case of Ethan J. Sinclair, 39, Fourth Avenue, Warrensburg, was adjourned to Sept. 15. He is charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, based on a traffic stop at 9:50 p.m. Feb. 19 after he didn't signal at an Elm Street intersection.
• The case of John M. Kindred, 42, State Route 418, Warrensburg, was adjourned to Oct. 13. He is charged with Aggravated DWI, DWI, refusal to take a breath test and inadequate muffler, all based on a traffic stop at 8:44 p.m. Aug. 21 on River Street. Police said his blood-alcohol level was 0.23. Kindred's license was suspended pending prosecution, but he was granted a hardship privilege due to no public transportation in Warrensburg.
• The case of Sharon L. Butler, 71, Verplanck was adjourned in contemplation of dismissal. Butler was charged with petit larceny for taking four cans of cat food and a package of chicken at 2:41 p.m. Aug. 21 from the Warrensburg Grand Union. The items were worth $10.94, police said. Butler was staying at the Warrensburg Travel Park at the time of the arrest.
• Luis Barban, 21, Poughkeepsie, pleaded guilty to the misdemeanors of second-degree criminal contempt and second-degree criminal impersonation based on a June 13, 2009 incident. Police said he violated an order of protection by having a woman in his car that he wasn't supposed to be with. When stopped on River Street, police said, he gave a fictitious name.He was sentenced to 30 days in Warren County jail and he faces fines and surcharges of $388.
• A warrant of eviction was granted to remove James Straight and Lisa Smith from their mobile home at 266 River St., Warrensburg, based on non-payment of rent, and a judgement was issued in favor of landlord Glenda Duell for $1,390 representing unpaid rent money.
• A warrant of eviction was granted to remove Jodie Meyers from her dwelling at 30 Alden Ave., Warrensburg, for non-payment of rent of $800 per month, totalling $3,200.
• Eric VanNess pleaded guilty to third-degree facilitating unlicensed operation, and he was sentenced to a fine and surcharge of $285.
• Francisco Carrillo pleaded guilty to reckless driving, and he was sentenced to a fine and surcharge totaling $210.
• Ernest Donable didn't show up for his court hearing, and his license was suspended.
• The cases of David Amiano, Lynn Bennett, Kathleen Carter, Banjamin Cohen, Joseph Giustino, Michael Monroe, Maria Natale, Kelly Rafferty, Brittany Scroggy, and David Thompson, were all adjourned to Sept. 15. The case of Amy Mears was adjourned to Sept. 29.
Sept. 8 - Judge Mindy Fisk presiding
• The case of Delila D.M. Fish, 44, 34 King St., Warrensburg, was adjourned to Sept. 22. She is charged with the misdemeanors of endangering the welfare of a child and three counts of unlawfully dealing with a child.
Police said she admitted purchasing two six-packs of Smirnoff Ice , provided it to a 15-year-old girl Aug. 13, and allowed her to consume two of the beverages - plus she provided alcoholic beverages in the same incident to a 16-year-old boy and a 17-year-old boy. Fish said in her statement to police they provided her with the money to purchase the beverages, and that one of the two boys had as many as four or five drinks.
• Also on Sept. 8, Judge Mindy Fisk issued a warrant for John M. Woods, 48, Southview Drive, Diamond Point, on a charge of third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation based on a traffic stop at 6:18 p.m. Aug. 11 on Emerson Ave., Warrensburg.
• The case of Pauline V. Buckler, 49, Ridge Avenue, Warrensburg, was adjourned to Sept. 22. She is charged with the misdemeanor of driving while intoxicated, aggravated DWI, and leaving the scene of an accident, all based on a 5:49 p.m. Aug. 26 incident on Main Street in Warrensburg, according to court records. Police said her blood-alcohol level measured 0.28, and she was unable to count her fingers in a sobriety test. She told the arresting patrol officer she had consumed two vodkas at home.
• The cases of Philip Deloria, Joseph Giustino, Laurie Kennedy, Wayne Kennedy, Claude Kuzmiak, John Peluso, and Tyrone Tanko, were all adjourned to Sept. 22. The case of Gary LaRose was adjourned to Oct. 20.