Here's a look at what happened during 's April 3 criminal session.
Counterfeiting Defendants to Mull Offer
Mount Kisco resident Steven Gallo was and charged with Possession of a Forgery Device and Possession of a Forged Instrument in the First Degree.
He is accused of counterfeiting U.S. currency at a Bedford Road address.
The 53-year-old appeared in court Tuesday, where Assistant District Attorney Diana Ameri said she would accept a plea of guilty to Criminal Possession of a Forgery Instrument in the Third Degree, a misdemeanor, in satisfaction of both charges.
The sentence would be three years probation and would cover an open case Gallo has in Mount Pleasant as well, Ameri said.
She added the offer was contingent on the settlement of property gathered from a search warrant—a computer, among other items.
The same offer was extended to Donna Jensen, a 40-year-old Thornwood woman accused of Possession of a Forged Instrument in the First Degree, after allegedly attempting to use a counterfeit bill at a local business.
Ameri said both defendants will need to accept the offer for it to remain valid.
Both cases were adjourned until May 1.
Offer Anticipated in Grand Larceny Case
A warrant was rescinded in Pleasantville resident's James Francis Corey's case Tuesday when he appeared alongside his Legal Aid Society attorney.
Corey, 46, is charged with Grand Larceny in the Third Degree
Following his Pleasantville arrest, Corey was extradited to Utah, where he was allegedly a fugitive.
Yesterday, Corey's attorney noted a "favorable disposition" in the Utah matter.
Ameri asked for the warrant in the Pleasantville matter to be rescinded and stated she expects to have an offer ready by the next court date.
The case was adjourned until May 1.
Grand Larceny Defendant Banned from Restaurant
Twenty-year-old student Nicholas Lopez pled guilty on Tuesday to Disorderly Conduct, a violation.
The Mount Kisco resident on January 23, when he was charged with Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree, a felony.
Police alleged Lopez attempted to the same paychecks twice from , his former employer.
Ameri reduced the charge to the violation Tuesday. Lopez pled guilty and was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge, a two-year bar out from the restaurant and $275 in fines and surcharges. He was also served with a two-year order of protection in favor of the restaurant owner who filed the charge.