• In a plea bargain, James R. Monroe, 28, of Schroon River Road pled Guilty to Unlicensed Operator, a Violation, based on a Sept. 20 incident. In this case, charges of third-degree Aggravated Unlicensed operation, Operating without Insurance, Unregistered Motor Vehicle and No Seat Belt were all dismissed. He faces a fine and surcharge totaling $160.
• The case of Dallas A. Hayes, 30, of Bluebird Lane in Warrensburg was adjourned to Nov. 11. She is facing a charge of third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, a Misdemeanor, based on an traffic stop at 12:40 p.m. Oct. 27 on Rte. 9 in Warrensburg.
• The cases of Thomas Chiappone, Alexander McAlonen, David Moffitt, Christine Nichols, Allan Ringelheim, Francis Taikowski Sr., Robert E. Rounds III and Rebecca Templeton were adjourned to Nov. 11. The case of Connor Scott was adjourned to Dec. 5. The case of Joseph Schwenk, Jr. was adjourned to Dec. 19.
Oct. 21 — Judge Mindy Fisk
• Eric J. Lang, 45, of Hoffman Drive, Warrensburg was arraigned on a Felony charge of fourth degree Grand Larceny. He was sent to Warren County Jail, pending prosecution, for lack of $5,000 cash bail. State Police investigators said he used a debit card of a 74-year-old woman for transactions without having her permission. The woman told police she gave Lang the debit card at about 8 p.m. Oct. 25 to get $10 in fuel, but he didn’t come home that night. In a statement to police, she said that the next day, bank personnel informed her that there were seven charges to her debit card totaling $1,046.50 in stores stretching from Warrensburg to Cohoes.
In a statement to police, Lang admitted he used the card to make withdrawals from ATM machines to pay for alcohol and gambling, and that he had partied on Oct. 25 with acquaintances.