Cases heard before County Court Judge Robert G. Main Jr.
Corey M. Hall, 31, of Tupper Lake was sentenced to six months in the County Jail and five years probation on Superior Court Information rather than a formal grand-jury indictment for fifth-degree attempted criminal sale of a controlled substance, stemming from an incident June 15.
He was originally charged with fourth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Hall was also ordered to pay a $2,500 fine and $100 in restitution.
A 17-year-old Moira youth who was granted youthful-offender status and not publicly identified was sentenced to six months in the County Jail and five years probation on Superior Court Information rather than a formal grand-jury indictment for two counts of fourth-degree grand larceny, stemming from an incident Jan. 17, 2012.
He was originally charged with two counts of third-degree grand larceny, third-degree criminal mischief, driving while intoxicated, third-degree fleeing a police officer, reckless driving, failing to obey a police officer, failure to keep right and for being an unlicensed driver.
The youth was also ordered to pay $5,716.75 in restitution.
Clayton Tucker Jr., 36, of Malone pleaded not guilty to a grand-jury indictment charging him with aggravated driving while intoxicated, with a child passenger under age 15, DWI, three counts of endangering the welfare of a child, unlawfully dealing with a child and fourth-degree criminal mischief, stemming from an incident Jan. 3.
A conference was set for Feb. 28, and he was taken to County Jail in lieu of $25,000 cash bail or $50,000 insurance bond.
Edward Logan, 25, of Akwesasne, Quebec, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault, stemming from an incident March 16.
He was sent to County Jail without bail to await sentencing on April 22.
Brent Donahue, 24, of Academy Street, Malone, was sentenced to five years probation with the first six months in County Jail for fourth-degree grand larceny, stemming from an incident Oct. 26, 2011.