Warrensburg Town Court Report

• William J. Diamond, 44, of Meadowlark Lane in Warrensburg, was arraigned on a variety of charges – including resisting arrest — relating to an incident at 10:29 Sept. 11 at Meadowlark Lane in Warrensburg. Police said he pounded on the screen door of a woman's home, and when a Warren County Sheriff's officer responded, Diamond shoved him with both hands, and wrestled with the officer on the ground until the officer squirted him with pepper spray. Police said he caused about $600 worth of damage to the door, prompting a third-degree Criminal Mischief charge. He is also facing a charge of second-degree Harassment for his altercation with the officer. An order of protection was granted to the homeowner.

• Raymond Westfall, 38, formerly of Warrensburg and now Queensbury, was arraigned on a charge of second-degree Aggravated Harassment based on incidents Sept. 22 and 23. Police said he sent many threatening text messages to a woman, including a message, “I'm hurting you any way I can.”

• Tracey D. Cameron, 43, of Marble Quarry Road in Warrensburg was arraigned on several charges including the Misdemeanor of Resisting Arrest. Police said he ran away from police officers into the woods when they were trying to arrest him at 3:22 Sept. 12 on a variety of charges, including second-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, Leaving the Scene of A Personal Injury Accident, and Failure to Yield Right-of-Way on a right turn.

• Matthew R. Walters, 29 of Beswick Drive in Warrensburg was arraigned on a Misdemeanor charge of Endangering the Welfare of a Child and second-degree Harassment based on an incident Sept. 23. Police said he shoved his girlfriend while she was standing on an outdoor deck and she fell off it — and her three-year-old child was present. A three-month order of protection was granted to shield the woman from contact by Walters.

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