•Michael White Jr., 36, of Ballston Spa was adjourned to March 23. He is accused of second-degree harassment, based on an incident at 10:30 p.m. on Stacy St. Police said he called a man repeatedly after being advised to stop. One of the conversations included a threat from White that he would break the man's neck. An order of protection was enacted in the case.
•Ethan Bonner, 26 of Albany pled guilty to possession of marijuana, based on a traffic stop at 4:36 p.m. Feb. 16 on state Rte. 9. Police found a plastic bag containing marijuana and a smoking pipe containing marijuana residue. Judge Fisk imposed a $225 fine and surcharge, and Bonner paid it.
•The case of Michael S. Connelly, 38, of Lake George, was adjourned to March 23. He is facing a misdemeanor of Driving While Intoxicated based on his involvement in a traffic incident at 5:04 p.m. on River St. and Perry Drive in which Connelly failed to keep right, police said.
•Delila D. Fish, King St., Warrensburg, was sentenced to probation for three years, based on a conviction of Unlawful Dealing with Child. She was ordered to complete 40 hours of community service. She was issued three orders of protection in the incident.
Police said she admitted purchasing two six-packs of Smirnoff Ice, provided it to a 15-year-old girl Aug. 13, and allowed her to consume two of the beverages - plus she provided alcoholic beverages in the same incident to a 16-year-old boy and a 17-year-old boy.
•The case of Christopher Dunlavey, 37, of Queensbury, was adjourned to April 6. He is accused of third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation based on a traffic stop Feb. 15 on Golf Course Road.
•Judge Mindy Fisk reserved judgement on a small claims court case that Brian C. Gebo of Fort Edward brought against Tina Grave of Warrensburg. Gebo is seeking $3,000 of restitution for damage to his truck. Weeks ago,it was parked on Main St behind a truck registered to Grave - and used by Three Brothers Roofing - that burst into flames in February. Gebo is seeking restitution beyond the allowance offered by his insurance company, court records said.
•The cases of Lauren Kennedy, Burton Karson, Thomas Millington, and Kevin Pickett were adjourned to March 23. The cases of Pauline Buckler and James Miller were adjourned to April 6. The cases of Wayne Kennedy Jr. and Wayne Kennedy Sr. were adjourned to April 20. An open adjournment was set for Joe Giustino's case.