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Warrensburg Town Court report

• Edward Laroe, 35, of Glens Falls pled Guilty to second-degree Harassment in a plea bargain, a reduction of a prior second-degree Menacing charge relating to an Aug. 12 incident. Police said Laroe pulled the shirt of a woman he lived with in Warrensburg, causing her to fall to the floor, then he put his foot on her chest, wielded a baseball bat close to her face, and threatened to "bury it" in her head. He was assessed a $125 fine and surcharge. He was issued an order of protection, mandating that he leave the woman alone.

• Jamie Bearor, 32, of Queensbury, received an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal on a charge of second degree harassment. Police said she struck a male on his face two times on James St. in an Aug. 3 incident. She has to stay out of trouble for 6 months for the dismissal to take effect.

• Jeffrey Morehouse, 23 of Warrensburg was arraigned on multiple charges after he was stopped by police. He was charged with Petit Larceny, according to police, for stealing a $20 Welcome sign from Seasons Bed & Breakfast, and during the stop police apprehended him with 24 grams of marijuana, so he was also charged with Marijuana Possession, a violation. His case was adjourned to obtain the services of an attorney.

• Valerie Crawford, 24, of Pottersville, appeared in court with her attorney to answer a Misdemeanor DWI charge stemming from a July 8 incident on the Northway. A hearing was scheduled for Sept. 16

• Karol Stasiulewicz of New Britain, Conn. pled Guilty to DWAI, a violation, in a plea bargain reducing a Misdemeanor DWI charge stemming from an Aug. 13 arrest . Stasiulewicz had her license suspended for 90 days and she was assessed $560 in fines and surcharges.

• Nicholas Myers, 24 of Luzerne was apparently stood up by his attorney, court sources said. Myers was in court to answer an Aug. 8 Misdemeanor DWI charge, but his attorney didn't show up. The case was adjourned to Sept. 16.

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