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Warrensburg Town Court Report

• In a plea bargain, Albert J. Huck, 39, of Library Avenue in Warrensburg pled Guilty to DWI. A variety of other charges were dismissed. Huck was originally charged with Aggravated DWI —this is his second DWI-related offense. Huck was required to attend a Victim’s Impact Panel session, and he faces a total of $900 in a fine and surcharge. His license was suspended for six months, and he was sentenced to three years’ probation.

• James R. Monroe, 28, of Schroon River Road, Warrensburg, was arraigned on a charge of third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a vehicle, based on an incident Sept. 20. His case was adjourned.

Oct. 10 — Judge Bryan Winslow

• Rebecca S. Templeton, 35, of Skylark Lane in Warrensburg was arraigned on a charge of Aggravated Harassment, a Misdemeanor. Police said that over the past several months, Templeton sent various threatening text messages, including that she would make a man’s life miserable, despite being asked not to contact him. She is also facing a Harassment charge for threatening to strike the man in the face. A three-month order of protection was issued barring Templeton from contacting the man.

• Calvin D. Waldron, 25 of Standish Road, Saranac, NY was arraigned on a variety of drug-related charges, including the felony charge of third-degree criminal possession of a narcotic with the intent to sell. Police said that on Sept. 7 at about 8:30 p.m. he possessed 19 oxycodone pills with the intent to sell them. Waldron is facing a Misdemeanor charge for allegedly possessing 13 hypodermic needles. He is also facing a charge of seventh-degree Possession of a Controlled Substance for possessing a spoon bearing the residue of a hydrocodone pill. A witness said she, Waldron and others “shot up” a controlled substance, and he had given her morphine pills. In a statement to police, Waldron told police he obtained a variety of controlled substances from various sources including a corrections officer; and he identified his drug sources and talked about how an acquaintance had “cooked Meth” in her house.

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