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March 3 - Judge Richard Nissen presiding

• The case of Amy Mears 26, of Hudson Falls, was adjourned to March 17. She is accused of a Misdemeanor charge of issuing a bad check to Jacobs & Toney Meat Store for $53.90, according to police.

• Keith Lanfear, 44, of Warrensburg, pled Guilty to Disorderly Conduct, a violation, in a plea deal in which a Misdemeanor charge of Resisting Arrest was dropped. Judge Nissen sentenced him to a Conditional Discharge and a $100 fine. In October, he walked in an intoxicated state at 11:45 p.m. down the southbound lane of Main St. in Warrensburg, then struggled with an arresting officer and resisted being handcuffed, police said.

• Daniel Wood of Athol, pled Guilty to Attempted Unlawful Dealing with a Child, in satisfaction of an original charge of Unlawfully Dealing with a Child. Police said he provided an alcoholic beverage to someone under 21. He was sentenced to a Conditional Discharge and fined $100.

• Nancy Harrington of Queensbury, accused of the Misdemeanors of second-degree Criminal Contempt and second-degree Aggravated Harassment, was given an Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal.

• David J. White, 43, of Warrensburg, was charged with third-degree Grant Larceny, a Felony, based on a Feb. 28 arrest. Police said he received more than $3,000 in unemployment insurance benefits that he wasn't entitled to receive. His case was adjourned to March 17.

• Douglas M. Augusta, 49, of Warrensburg, was charged with fourth-degree M. Grand Larceny, a Felony. Police said he received more than $1,000 in unemployment insurance benefits that he wasn't entitled to receive. The case was adjourned to Feb. 28.

• Alvin Millington, 19, of Johnsburg, pled Guilty to Disorderly Conduct, a Violation, and he received a Conditional Discharge based on staying out of trouble for one year.

• Christopher Healy, 24, of Corinth, was charged with Possession of Marijuana, a Violation, as well as inadequate muffler and tires, which he had fixed. Healy is taking his case to trial, and the court date is set for 11 a.m. March 31.

• The case of Steven Sanford, 28, of Pattersonville N.J., charged with the Misdemeanor of second-degree Aggravated Harassment, was adjourned to March 17. He was arrested Feb. 9 after, according to police, he called a female on his cell phone and said, "I'll find you and blow your head off."

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