• The case of Charles F. Frasier, 26, of Grand Ave., Warrensburg, was transferred to Warren County Court. He was arrested on the charges of first-degree Criminal Contempt, a Felony; third-degree Assault, a Misdemeanor; and second-degree Menacing, a Misdemeanor. Police said he threatened a woman that he'd "slice her face up," ignoring an order of protection that was issued in March against him. Also, they said he struck the woman on the head several times on the floor, and pulled her left leg against a window frame, causing injuries to her.
• The case of Fahri Colak, 39, of Sterling heights, Mich., was adjourned to July 21. He faces a Misdemeanor charge of second-degree Criminal Contempt. Police said he was occupying a vehicle June 30 with a woman who had an order of Protection issued against him. He also faces a charge of third-degree Aggregated Unlicensed Operation, also a Misdemeanor. He was stopped on Main St., Warrensburg, in the incident.
• The case of Keith H. Hayes, 19, of John St., Hudson Falls, was adjourned to July 21. He is facing a charge of third-degree Burglary, a Felony. Police said that on June 12, at about 12:30 a.m. he broke into the Warrensburg Health Center by smashing the front door with a rock and tried to enter several rooms. Police said he left a trail of blood on the premises from a cut on his hand. Hayes is free after raising $5,000 bail. He also faces a Misdemeanor of Criminal Mischief.
Kade A. Hamblin, 20, of Hudson St. pled Guilty to a Misdemeanor of Disorderly Conduct. On May 21, at 8:30 p.m., he gunned his 2000 Chevy east on Marion Ave. and spun his tires, causing a loud shrieking noise, annoying the public, police said. He faces a fine and surcharge totaling $225.