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Warrensburg Town Court report

• The case of Danielle Prosser, 32 of Warrensburg was heard in court, concerning a Misdemeanor charge of second-degree Reckless Endangerment 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. Her case was adjourned to Jan. 20.

• Daniel Wood, 21, of Athol in court due to failure to pay a $100 fine on a conviction of Disorderly Conduct. He told judge Nissen he was unemployed and there was no way he could pay the fine, so Nissen sent him to Warren County jail for 10 days in lieu of the fine.

Wood is also facing a separate charge, a Misdemeanor of Unlawfully Dealing with a Child - relating to another incident. Police said he provided an alcoholic beverage to someone under 21. This latter case was was adjourned to Jan. 20.

• Alvin Millington, 19, of Johnsburg, received an Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal on a charge of second-degree Criminal Contempt, involving an incident in which police said he violated an order of protection. Millington needs to stay out of legal trouble for a full year for the charge to be dismissed in 2011.

• The case of Nathan Cain, 18 of Warrensburg was adjourned to Jan. 20. He was charged Nov. 13 for possession of marijuana and underage possession of alcohol, both violations.

• Amy Mears, 26, of Hudson Falls was arraigned on a Dec. 2 Misdemeanor charge of issuing a bad check for $53.90 to Jacobs & Toney convenience store. Her case was adjourned to Jan. 20.

• LaMar Dean, 40, of Glens Falls, was arraigned on a Misdemeanor charge of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation and a Violation charge of Uninsured Motor Vehicle based on a Dec. 21 arrest. His case was adjourned to Jan. 20 so he can obtain the services of an attorney.

• Nancyann Harrington, 49, of Queensbury was arraigned on the Misdemeanor charges of second-degree Criminal Contempt and second-degree Aggravated Harassment. Police said she called a female on the phone in violation of an order of protection.

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