Stephen Lerario, 43, of Greenfield, was sentenced May 3 to 25 years in jail and five years of post-release supervision, following a March conviction of attempted murder in the second degree, according to the Saratoga County District Attorney’s Office. Additional sentencing included 25 years in jail and five years of post-release supervision for the conviction of first-degree assault, 3-1/2 to 7 years for the conviction of criminal possession of a weapon in the third-degree, and 1 year for the conviction of criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth-degree. All sentences are to run concurrently. The charges are related to an incident in Greenfield in April 2018 when Lerario shot his girlfriend during an argument, resulting in the victim suffering the loss of an eye, brain injury and facial fractures.
Steven Welch, 36, of Saratoga Springs, pleaded May 6 to criminal contempt in the first-degree. Sentencing scheduled for June 24.
James E. Rowe, 34, homeless, pleaded May 3 to failure to register as a sex offender. Sentencing scheduled for May 3.
Sheila E. Wray, 62, of Saratoga Springs, pleaded April 29 to felony DWI. Sentencing scheduled for July 1.
Stephen T. Ouimet, 44, of Middle Grove, pleaded May 1 to reckless endangerment in the first-degree, in Saratoga. Sentencing scheduled June 19.
Kevin Kelly, 38, of Saratoga Springs, was charged April 30 with disorderly conduct/violent behavior.
Victor Maffetone, 32, of Saratoga Springs, was charged May 2 with felony assault in the second-degree.
Patricia Vanwicklen, 71, of Saratoga Springs, was charged May 3 with misdemeanor DWI, after being involved in a property damage accident on Ballston Avenue.
Tony Deloatch, 27, of Saratoga Springs, was charged May 4 with endangering the welfare of a child, criminal mischief, felony criminal contempt in connection with the alleged violation of an order of protection, misdemeanor assault, unlawful possession of marijuana.
Tyler Jackson, 27, of Saratoga Springs, was charged May 4 with disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest misdemeanor, on Caroline Street.
Brian Raymond, 48, of Saratoga Springs, was charged May 4 with petit larceny.
Phelicia Gignac, 23, of Queensbury, was charged May 5 with criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Hannah Kaltenbach, 19, of Mechanicville, was charged May 5 with misdemeanor DWI, and operating a motor vehicle without a signal.
Shelby L. Stone, 19, of Glens Falls, was charged May 1 with assault, and criminal mischief - both misdemeanors, and endangering the welfare of a child – a felony, following an alleged domestic incident in South Glens Falls.
Edward R. Bradt, 53, of Gloversville, was charged April 30 with one felony count and one misdemeanor count of criminal contempt, and stalking in the fourth-degree, in connection with an alleged incident that occurred April 24 at the South Glens Falls School in the Town of Moreau.
At about 11:35 p.m. on Thursday, May 2, police were dispatched to the area of Church Street near Broadway for a possible assault in progress. Upon arrival officers found several people congregated around 34-year-old Davide Ferrara of Schenectady, but no active altercation was in progress. Ferrara was found to have an apparent head injury and Saratoga Springs Fire was sent to the scene. Ferrara suffered a significant head injury and was subsequently transported to Albany Medical Center.
The investigation thus far indicates two groups of men, one of whom was with Ferrara, became engaged in an altercation on Caroline Street. The dispute gravitated to Broadway, north on Broadway, and then onto Church Street by the Post Office where Ferrara was found. According to police, the altercation was physical at several points during the event, with several persons involved being struck at different points along the way.
The case is an open investigation with assistance from the New York State Police and the Saratoga County District Attorney’s Office.
Authorities ask anyone in the area of Broadway during this incident with information regarding the event to contact the Saratoga Springs Police Department at 518-584-1800.