Arraignment proceedings

jcotton@timesobserver.com

Two defendants entered guilty pleas, three pleaded not guilty and bench warrants were issued for two during arraignment and change of plea proceedings on Thursday before Judge Gregory Hammond.

The following defendants pleaded guilty:

¯ Terry D. Duryee, Corry, to DUI: General impairment – incapable of safe driving with accident – second offense. Charges of improper use of learn permit – motorcycles, driving on right side of roadway, driving on roadways laned for traffic and careless driving.

¯ Kacie M. Troyer, Spring Creek, to possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Charges of possession with intent to deliver and criminal use of a communications facility were not prosecuted.

The following defendants pleaded not guilty:

¯ Michael W. Ott, Sugar Grove. Ott has been charged with criminal attempt – burglary – not adapted for overnight accommodation, no person present, criminal attempt – criminal trespass – break into structure and purchase, etc alcohol beverage by a minor.

¯ Daniel E. Ristau, Youngsville. Ristau has been charged with firearms not to be carried without a license, two counts of terroristic threats with intent to terrorize another and harassment – communication lewd, threatening, etc. language.

¯ Lacy A. Honey, Warren. Honey has been charged with marijuana – small amount personal use, possession of drug paraphernalia, DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – first offense, DUI: Controlled substance – Schedule I – first offense, driving without a license, driving while BAC .02 or greater while license suspended, fail to keep right and careless driving.

Bench warrants were issued for the following defendants for failure to appear:

¯ Christopher S. Madigan, Grand Valley. Madigan has been charged with three counts each of possession with intent to deliver, possession of a controlled substance and criminal use of a communications facility.

¯ Rodney A. Gage, Kane. Gage has been charged with DUI: Controlled substance or metabolite – second offense, DUI: Controlled substance – impaired ability – second offense and driving while operating privilege suspended or revoked. Hammond said a bench warrant would be issued at the end of the day if a waiver of arraignment was not obtained from Gage.

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