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Warrensburg Town Court - Aug. 5

• Melissa Barrett, 39, of Warrensburg pled Guilty to second-degree Harassment, a violation, for her role in a fight with April McBride, 28, also of Warrensburg. The fistfight occurred in an apartment above Warrensburg Laundry on Main St. Barrett struck McBride, police said, with a closed fist, causing her to fall to the floor. Originally, Barrett had been charged with third-degree Assault. The associated case of a charge of third-degree Assault against April McBride was adjourned to Aug. 19 by Warrensburg Town Justice Richard Nissan.

• Byron Karson, 32, of Warrensburg pled Guilty to Disorderly Conduct in a July 18 incident. He was fined $100 and given credit for time served in Warren County Jail. Police said Karson fought and pushed another person after being advised to calm down by a police officer.

• Dawn Boos, 39, of Warrensburg, charged April 22 with Unlawful Growing of Marijuana, pled Guilty to a charge of Attempted Growing of Marijuana, according to a plea bargain arranged by the Warren County District Attorney's office. Sentencing was adjourned to Aug. 19.

• Rodney Patchen, 49, of Warrensburg, charged with Unlawful Growing of Marijuana in the same incident, also pled guilt to Attempted Growing of Marijuana. Likewise, sentencing was adjourned to Aug. 19 in his case.

• Rob Gibson, 69, of Lake George, pled Guilty to fourth-degree Criminal Possession of a Weapon in Jan. 4 incident. Gibson was sentenced to a Conditional Discharge and levied a $50 fine.

• The case of Jason Rogers, 32, of Athol who is charged with felony Driving While Intoxicated, was transferred to Warren County Court.

• Joshua Pawlik, 24, of Scotia pled Guilty to DWAI, a misdemeanor, and was levied a total of $560 in fines and surcharges, plus he was sentenced to five days in jail and had his license suspended for 90 days. Pawlik was originally charged with Driving While Intoxicated in a May 24 incident.

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