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Warrensburg Town Court report, Jan. 20 - Justice Richard Nissen presiding

•Frank Witz, 49, of Lake George was arraigned on a Felony Charge of third-degree Grand Larceny. Police said that Witz, a roofing contractor, wrote a check for $7,270 with insufficient funds. His case was adjourned to Feb. 3 so he could obtain the services of an attorney.

•Ann Frost, 19, of Lake George appeared on a Misdemeanor charge of seventh-degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance and a Violation charge of Possession of Marijuana and a traffic violation of Unreasonable Speed. Her case was adjourned to March 3 so she could obtain the services of an attorney. She was stopped Jan. 8 on Rte. 9, resulting in her arrest.

•Bernard Monroe, 39, of Warrensburg appeared on a Misdemeanor charge of Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Police said that on Jan. 13, he yelled at an underage child. His case was adjourned to Feb. 3.

•Randy Dooris, 24 of Brant Lake, faced a Felony charge of Aggravated DWI and a Misdemeanor charge of DWI, based on a Jan. 10 arrest on Rte. 9. He is also facing the traffic violations of Failure to Use Designated Lane, Failure to Keep Right and a seat belt violation. His case was adjourned to Feb. 3

•LeMar Dean, 40, of Glens Falls, was in court to face a Misdemeanor charge of second-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation and the infraction of Uninspected Vehicle. His case was adjourned to FEb. 3.

•Danielle Prosser, 32, of Warrensburg, pled Guilty to the Violation charge of second-degree Harassment, and she was sentenced to a fine of $100 and a Conditional Discharge. An Order of Protection was issued for her victim. She was originally charged with second-degree Reckless Endangerment, a Misdemeanor, based on an Oct. 22 incident. Police said she followed a victim in her vehicle, flashing her lights on high beam, blaring her horn and yelling threats out her window.

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