Warrensburg Court Report

• The case of John T. Musarra, Jr., 46, of Mattawan N.J. was adjourned to July 6. He is accused of felony first-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation based on a traffic stop at 11:35 p.m. May 23 on River St. The severity of his charge is based on his license being suspended since 1998 due to a similar alcohol-related charge. Musarra was also charged with Misdemeanor DWI, blood-alcohol level exceeding 0.08 percent, Refusal to Take a Breath Test, and Moving from a Lane Unsafely.

• Vincent J. Dosio, 40, of Staatsburg, NY, was arraigned on misdemeanor charges of Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest, based on an incident at 2:35 p.m. May 27. Police said he started a fight at Schroon River Campgrounds, and when State Police Investigator Warren Law attempted to arrest him he fought back. State Trooper Tarone Liebman assisted at the scene. Police said he was violent and yelled profanities. Bond was set at $500 cash.

• Jesse C. Arnold, 23, of Bowen Hill Road. Warrenburg, who had been awarded a Conditional Discharge in April after he pled Guilty to a DWI charge, was back in court to have his jail sentencing reduced due to a court error. His sentence was reduced from six months of weekends in jail to four months.

• Christopher Daley, 39, of Glen-Athol Road in Warrensburg, pled Guilty to third-degree Facilitating Unlicensed Operation, a reduction from the original third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation. He was assessed a fine and surcharge of $285.

• Michael Masonius, 42, of Main St. Warrensburg was called back into court for failing to perform community service, an aspect of a sentence related to his DWAI conviction in January. Judge Nissen gave him 30 days to complete the service.

• Victoria Konnight, of Main St. in Warrensburg pled Guilty to a Misdemeanor offense of trash dumping, a crime under town law. Warrensburg Town Code Enforcement Officer Chris Belden observed the trash May 2 dumped over a bank beside The Crossroads, Harrington Hill. Judge Nissen assessed a $60 fine.

• The cases of Mario Cumberbatch, Jacey Hayes, Eugene Kelley III, David Kennison and Jennifer Murphy were adjourned to June 22. A trial was scheduled for Kathleen Kelly on the same date. The cases of Kimberly Pulica and Matthew Shelton were adjourned to July 6. The case of Joseph Millington was adjourned to July 20.

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