Warrensburg Town Court report 2-13-10

• The case of Jacey Hayes, 23, of Warrensburg was adjourned to Feb. 17 when her lawyer waived arraignment on her Felony and Misdemeanor charges that are alcohol- and drug-related, based on a Jan. 30 traffic stop on Golf Course Rd. She is facing a Felony charges of DWAI-ALcohol and DWAI-Drugs as well as a Misdemeanor charge of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, as a child was in her vehicle when it was stopped, police said. She is also facing a Misdemeanor charge of DWI and an infraction of Unsafe Lane Change.

• 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. He received a one-year Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal, and was ordered to adhere to a limited Order of Protection.

• Amy Mears, 26, of Hudson Falls, appeared in court on a Misdemeanor charge of issuing a bad check to Jacobs & Toney Meat Store for $53.90, according to police. Her case was adjourned so she could seek the services of an attorney.

• 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 so he could obtain the services of an attorney.

• Eric Millington, 35 of Bakers Mills pled Guilty to DWAI in a plea bargain reducing an original DWI charge based on an Oct. 11 arrest. He was sentenced to a Conditional Discharge and attending a Victims Impact Panel, his license was suspended for 90 days, and he was ordered to pay a total of $610 in fines and surcharges.

• Roger Douglas, 37 of AuSable Forks pled Guilty to a Misdemeanor of DWI over a Sept. 6 arrest and was sentenced to probation and a revocation of his license. He was ordered to pay $900 in fines and surcharges.

• Accepting a plea bargain, Roger Robertson of Copiague, NY pled Guilty to a Violation charge of third-degree Facilitating Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, reducing an original Misdemeanor charge of third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation based on a Jan. 19 arrest. Charges of Unregistered and Uninspected Vehicle were dropped in the deal. Robertson was ordered to pay $285 in fines and surcharges.

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