Warrensburg Town Court report

• The case of Michael T. Masonius, 42, of Main St. Warrensburg was adjourned to Nov. 11. Masonius is accused of the Misdemeanor of Driving While Intoxicated based on an incident 12:05 a.m. Oct. 21, when he was stopped on Elm St. and his breath tested 0.20 blood-alcohol content. Masonius is also charged with Aggravated DWI, the offense of blood alcohol content 0.18 or higher, and Unlicensed Operator.

• The case of Andrew D. Wertz, 26, of Easton Pa., was adjourned to Dec. 8. Wertz is facing a Felony charge of Trademark Counterfeiting based on an Oct. 2 incident. Police said he offered for sale various men's and women's clothing articles bearing the trademarks American Eagle Outfitters, Aeropostale and Hollister while knowing they were counterfeit versions. The charge is a Felony because the property seized was valued in excess of $1,000.

• The small claims case of Calvin Varnum of Truesdale Hill Road versus Ed Bennett of Schroon River Road was adjourned to Nov. 10. Varnum is seeking $1,300 from Bennett because he allegedly did not complete a driveway drain construction project which was contracted in May 2009, and was started on Aug. 3. Varnum has said Bennett refuses to complete the work, according to town court records.

• Tammy L. Boland, 30, of Lake Ave, Warrensburg, received a plea bargain in a drinking-while-driving case. She pled guilty to a Misdemeanor of DWAI, reduced from from a Misdemeanor DWI. Boland was sentenced to a Conditional Discharge, and she faces a fine and surcharge of $760. Judge Nissen ordered her to attend a victim's impact panel session, perform 40 hours of community service, submit to a substance-abuse evaluation. Her license suspended for 90 days.

• Kathleen L. Carter, 62, Diamond Point Rd., Lake George, pled Guilty to a Misdemeanor of DWAI, in a plea bargain that reduced an initial charge of DWI following an Aug. 11 car crash on Pasco Avenue. Carter was sentenced to a Conditional Discharge, and a fine and surcharge totaling $610. She was ordered to attend a victim's impact panel session and to pay restitution for any damage not covered by insurance. Her license was suspended for 90 days.

• Kyle W. Keller, 18, Mountain Rd., Athol, was granted a six-month Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal. Keller was originally charged with second-degree Harassment based on an incident April 27 when according to police he threatened a woman with physical harm. Judge Nissen issued an Order of Protection barring Keller from contacting the woman in question, according to court records.

• The cases of Patrick Cobb, Jamie Durham, Kade Hamblin, Joshua Lylyk, Jennifer Murphy, Maria Natale, Bradley Persons, kelly Rafferty, James Straight, William Szabo, Sadie Wells and May Mears were adjourned to Nov. 10.

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