Court Report - Jan. 5 - Judge Richard Nissen presiding

• The cases concerning Amanda L. Planty, 21, of Sanford St., Warrensburg, were adjourned to Jan. 19. She is charged with a Misdemeanor of Criminal Mischief for slamming her forehead into the rear area of a Warren County Sheriff's patrol car causing a small dent in the vehicle on Dec. 8. In relation to this incident, she is also charged with the Misdemeanors of Resisting Arrest and second-degree Harassment for kicking a patrol officer in the right shin, and sitting on the pavement and refusing to place her hands behind her back to submitting to handcuffing, yelling, "I'm not going anywhere with you, motherf@#$%r!"

She is also charged with a Misdemeanor of second-degree of Criminal Contempt for sending a computer message Dec. 4 via MySpace to Theresa Gallab although an Order of Protection was in place.

• The case of Stephen P. White, 21, of Upper Sherman Ave., Queensbury was adjourned to Feb. 2. He is charged with third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation based on a traffic stop Dec. 15.

• Samantha L. Burns, Rollies Road in Warrensburg was arraigned on a charge of violating her previous Conditional Discharge in a case of possession of alcohol by a minor.

• Eugene F. Barnaby Jr., 36, of Mud St. in Athol, pled Guilty to Disorderly Conduct which was a plea bargain concerning an original charge of Endangering the Welfare of a Child based on an incident July 24 at the Smokeeater's Jamboree in Warrensburg. Nissen then gave him a Conditional Discharge on the Disorderly Conduct charge. Police said he told his 15 year-old daughter to hit a girl in the face, which she did. Based on statements from victims, Eugene Barnaby had threatened to beat up a 17-year-old boy.

Barnaby was ordered to pay a fine and surcharge totalling $225, and an Order of Protection was granted to protect the victims.

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