Judge Mindy Fisk presiding
• Joseph R. Giustino, 28, of Forest Lake Road in Warrensburg was committed to Warren County Jail for three months, following his Guilty plea of third-degree Fleeing a Law Enforcement Officer, based on an incident May 18. His sentence from another conviction during November in Glens Falls city court is to be served concurrently. Giustino fled from police down Rte. 9 exceeding the speed limit and crossing a double yellow line before police apprehended him.
• Andrew Keith of 6 Luse Lane, Warrensburg, was arraigned on a Misdemeanor Charge of Maintaining a Junkyard at a home he was renting at 826 Alden Avenue. The enforcement action was taken by town Code Enforcement officer Chris Belden under the town’s ordinances.
Belden said Keith was sent six violation notices on similar incidences and had been in court two times prior. Belden said Keith had stored garbage and refuse in his home and property: in his basement, his front deck. Belden also said that a storage shed beside his house was filled chest-high with “raw household garbage” that posed a public health hazard. In court documents, Belden said that Keith had windows missing in his basement, allowing rodents and other animals to roam in his house. Belden also said that he stored 50 tires in piles at the back of his property, and that he burned garbage in a fire pit in his back yard — which not only releases toxins into the air, but is against state law.
• Tammy S. Winslow, 50, of 186 Rollies Road appeared on a charge of Aggravated DWI based on a traffic stop at about midnight Nov. 7. She also faces a charge of Consumption of Alcohol in a Motor Vehicle. Due to a prior DWI-related conviction, she is facing a Felony charge, and the case was waived up to Warren County Court. Her driver’s license was suspended pending prosecution, but she was granted a hardship privileges in order to drive to work due to no public transportation available in Warrensburg.
• Peter Fisher pled Guilty to fourth-degree Criminal Possession of a Weapon, and he was sentenced to time he had already served in jail over the incident, or 85 days.
• Michael E. Woodward of Carmella Drive in Gansevoort, pled Guilty to Driving while Ability Impaired, based on traffic stop Nov. 21, 2012. He was awarded a Conditional Discharge, but his license was suspended for 90 days and he was ordered to serve 100 hours of community service and to pay fines and surcharges totaling $1,535.
• In a plea bargain, Andre G. Viens, 19, of Enosburg Falls, Vt. pled Guilty to Disobeying a Traffic Control Device and was assessed a fine and surcharges totaling $235. His original charge was driving 95 miles per hour in a 65 m.p.h. zone on I-87 Northway northbound at 3:05 a.m. Nov. 21. Police nabbed him on radar.
• Matthew Silcox-Mix, 16, of First Avenue, Warrensburg, was arraigned on a charge of Petit Larceny. Police said that on Oct. 27, he stole a $100 Garmin GPS device from a relative. His case was adjourned to Dec. 19.
The cases of David Pluta and Jeffrey Case were adjourned to Jan. 9.
Judge Bryan Winslow presiding
• The case of Cameron J. Belden, 22, of Mockingbird Lane in Warrensburg was waived up to county court. Belden is facing a charge of Felony first-degree Burglary and first-degree Robbery. Police said that on Dec. 15, Belden entered a woman’s residence on Library Avenue, brandished a knife and forcibly stole prescription medication from her.
• In connection with the above incident, Amanda L. Wells, 31, of Main St. in Warrensburg, is facing a Felony charge of first-degree Burglary as well as Petit Larceny. Police said Wells was accompanying Belden in this home intrusion. Wells’ case was waved up to county court also.
• Tayna M. Bryan, 34, of East 180th St. in Bronx, NY was arraigned on a Felony charge of third-degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Sell. Police said that at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 14 she possessed 10 doses of crack cocaine totaling 3.1 grams while she was on River St. in Warrensburg. Her case was adjourned to Jan. 16.
• Wallace K. Williams, 48, of Depalo Lane, Queensbury, was arraigned on a Felony charge of second-degree Forgery, based on a Feb. 9, 2012 incident. Police said he signed the name of his wife on the back of a vehicle title for the purpose of selling the vehicle without the permission of his wife. His wife told police that she let him stay at her house with their children while she was out of state, and he sold her 1998 Olds Bravada while she was gone, then absconded with the money. Williams’ case was adjourned to Jan. 16.
• Robert Merchant, 58, was found Not Guilty on charges of second degree Aggravated Harassment after a trial in which Merchant produced witnesses on his behalf.
• William E. Stead of Main St. in Warrensburg pled Guilty to DWI. He was granted a Conditional Discharge, and his licensed was revoked for six months. Stead faces a fine of $900.
• Jonathon Bolton, also known as Jonathan Delaney, 27, of Tannery Road in Brant Lake, was arraigned on a charge of second-degree Falsifying Business Records, based on an incident Nov. 11 and 12. Police said that he made false entries on a deposit slip into an account of Glens Falls National Bank with the intent to defraud the bank of cash. His case was adjourned to Jan. 16. He is also accused with Petit Larceny in this incident for stealing $120 from the bank, according to Warrensburg Town Court records.
• David R. Moffitt, 29, of Rock Avenue Chestertown pled Guilty to Driving While Intoxicated and he was granted a Conditional Discharge. He had originally been charged not only with DWI but third degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, Leaving the Scene of a Personal Injury Accident, Unreasonable Speed, Moving from a Lane Unsafely, and several other violations based on an incident at 4:46 a.m. July 12 on Lake Avenue in Warrensburg when he veered off the road, ran through a brick lamp post and crashed into a tree, police said. Police said he ran away from the scene of his arrest into the woods and attempted to hide on the ground about a half mile away from his car.
His license was revoked six months and he faces a $900 fine.
• Sean M. Morrison, 20, of Hyde Park N.Y. was arraigned on a charge of Leaving the Scene of an Accident. Police said the crash occurred at 4:08 p.m. Dec. 6 in the Family Dollar parking lot on Main St. in Warrensburg. His case was adjourned to Jan. 16.
• Aser Roods Succes, 27, of Montreal was arraigned on a charge of third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, based on a traffic stop on the Northway at 10:30 p.m. Nov. 25. He’s also charged with speeding 83 in a 65 m.p.h. zone. Succes’ case was adjourned to Jan. 16.
• Robert E. Rounds, 22, of Mud St. in Athol was granted an Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal in a case in which he had been charged with fourth-Degree Criminal Mischief. An order of protection was issued in the case which involved an accusation that he damaged the taillight of a person’s vehicle.
• The cases of Corey Cleavland, Briana Charleston, Thomas Chiappone, Anne Frost, Lance Johnson, Alexander McAlonen, Jeramey Rounds, Joseph Schwenck Jr., Francis Taikowski Sr., Tyrone Tanko, Gina Vinarski, Calvin Waldron, and Joshua Westcott were adjourned to Jan. 16.