Suspects plead guilty in DWI, marijuana, menacing cases

• Alexander J. McAlonen, 17, of Bartman Rd., Bakers Mills, pled guilty to the violation of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, based on a Nov. 14 incident. During a traffic stop on County Rte. 40, police found a black box in his vehicle containing marijuana and a smoking device that had some residue of the substance. He was sentenced to a fine and surcharge totaling $200.

• Kolby B. Semon, 25, of Pine St., Corinth, pled guilty to second-degree Menacing, and he was sentenced to a Conditional Discharge. He faces a fine and surcharge of $230. An order of protection was issued in the case. Police said that at about 11 p.m. Aug. 30 he pointed an air soft pistol at a person who perceived the pistol to be a real firearm.

• Agreeing to a plea bargain, Michael R. Squires, 42, of Clark St. Queensbury, pled guilty to DWI/0.08 percent. He had been facing several charges, including Consuming Alcohol in a Motor Vehicle and various traffic infractions. He was sentenced to a Conditional Discharge, fined $900, and ordered to attend a Victim impact Panel. Also, his license was suspended for six months and he was ordered to have a mandatory ignition interlock installed in his vehicle for six months. He had been stopped at 8:15 p.m. on Dec. 5 after speeding on Hudson Street in Warrensburg. Police said he'd been consuming alcohol in his vehicle and his alcohol blood level was 0.23 percent.

• Michael Glebus of state Rte. 28 won a $334 small-claims judgement against Lorrie Smith of 9 Robin St., Warrensburg, for non-payment of construction work completed on his bathroom.

• The case of Darrin D.D. Baker, 26, of state Rte. 28, Warrensburg, was adjourned to Jan. 26. He is accused of the Misdemeanor of growing cannabis without a license. Police said they discovered a marijuana plant at 2 p.m. Dec. 17 at his residence at 441 state Rte. 418.

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