Thursday Warren County court pleas

The following pleas were entered before Judge Gregory Hammond during arraignment and change of plea proceedings on Thursday at the Warren County Courthouse.

The following defendants entered guilty pleas:

¯ Adam W. Baran, Sugar Grove, to DUI: Controlled substance – Schedule I – second offense, driving while operating privilege suspended/revoked, required financial responsibility, careless driving, vehicular hazard signal lamps, restraint systems and violations of use of certificate of inspection. Charges of possession – small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, DUI: Controlled substance – impaired ability – second offense, provide certificate of inspection without valid proof of insurance, driving an unregistered vehicle, registration card to be signed/exhibited on demand, driving while operating privilege suspended/revoked and possession/sale/use display documents were not prosecuted.

¯ Damian A. Miller, Warren, DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving with accident – second offense, resisting arrest and driving on roadways laned for traffic. Charges of possession – small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, DUI: Controlled substances – impaired ability – first offense, driving vehicle at safe speed and restraint systems were not prosecuted.

¯ Andrew P. Smith, Clarendon, to DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – second, classes of licenses, protective equipment for motorcycle riders and careless driving. Charges of DUI: General impairment – incapable of safe driving with accident – second offense, pedestrian under the influence, driving vehicle at safe speed, protective equipment for motorcycle riders and vehicular hazard signal lamps were not prosecuted.

¯ Kyle B. Taylor, Corry, to propulsion of missiles onto roadways. Charges of corruption of minors, 14 counts of propulsion of missiles onto roadways, 14 counts of intentionally defaces property by discharging a paintball gun or marker, three counts of criminal mischief – another pecuniary loss and disorderly conduct were not prosecuted.

The following defendants pleaded not guilty:

¯ Steven R. Blankenship, Ludlow. Blankenship has been charged with possession with intent to deliver, possession of a controlled substance, two counts of DUI: Controlled substance or metabolite – first offense and driving while operating privilege suspended/revoked.

¯ Michael J. Connolly, Warren. Connolly has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving an unregistered vehicle and operating a vehicle without a valid inspection.

¯ Glenn M. Dutzy, Clarendon. Dutzy has been charged with DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – first offense, DUI: High rate of alcohol – first offense and careless driving.

¯ Michael B. McGuire, Youngsville. McGuire has been charged with strangulation – applying pressure to throat or neck, strangulation – blocking the nose and mouth of the person, simple assault, harassment and aggravated assault of unborn child.

¯ Richard A. Perry, Jr., Warren. Perry has been charged with DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – first offense, DUI: High rate – first offense, driving while BAC .02 or greater while license suspended, driving at safe speed, careless driving and no rear lights.

¯ Brenda S. Sullivan, Irvine. Sullivan has been charged with DUI: Solvent or noxious substance – first offense, DUI: Controlled substance – impaired ability – first offense, too slow for conditions and driving while operating privileges suspended/revoked.

¯ Allison M. Turner, Jamestown, to charges at two dockets. At one docket, Turner has been charged with retail theft – take merchandise and theft by deception – false impression and at the other docket with retail theft – take merchandise and receiving stolen property.

¯ Kristopher A. Wright, Warren. Wright has been charged with DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – first offense, DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense, fail to notify change in address, disregard traffic lane, exceed max speed limit established by 25 mph and careless driving.

¯ Kevin T. Youngquist, Warren. Youngquist has been charged with two counts each of harassment – communication repeatedly and inconvenient hours and harassment – communication repeatedly in another manner.

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