• Walter Matson, 31, of Tannersville, Pa. and Kelly Frail, 30, of Hanover Township, Pa. were arraigned on separate Felony charges of second-degree Trademark Counterfeiting. Matson and Frail were apprehended Oct. 3 selling clothing under the label of Pink/Victoria's Secret at the World's Largest Garage Sale. Their cases were adjourned to Oct. 28.
• Diane Pierson, 51, of Denville N.J. appeared on a violation charge of second-degree Harassment. She is charged with pulling a woman's hair, gripping her neck and striking her in the back at 85 Library Ave. Her case was adjourned to Oct. 28.
• The case of Alfred Larkins, 41, of Bear Delaware, involving a Felony charge of second-degree Trademark Counterfeiting, was transferred to Warren County Court due to his indictment by a Grand Jury. Police stopped him, they said, from selling counterfeit colognes and perfumes, including Eternity, DKNY and Polo brands, at the World's Largest Garage Sale event in Warrensburg on Oct. 3.
• Eric Millington, 35, of Winter Haven, Fla. appeared with his attorney. Millington is charged with being a Fugitive from Justice, Driving While Intoxicated, Failure to Keep Right, Unlicensed Driver and Unregistered Motor Vehicle.
He was arraigned on Oct. 12. His case was adjourned to Oct. 21.
• Keith Lanfear, 43, of Lake George answered a Misdemeanor charge of Resisting Arrest and a Violation of Disorderly Conduct. Police say Lanfear walked in an intoxicated state at 11:45 p.m. down the southbound lane of Main St. in Warrensburg, then struggled with an arresting officer and resisted being handcuffed.
• In a plea bargain, Kayla Morehouse, 19, of Warrensburg pled Guilty to a violation of Disorderly Conduct in lieu of her original charge of issuing a bad check. Authorities said she wrote a bad check for $250 to a person in the area. She was given an unconditional discharge after having paid off the money owed.