Here's a look at what happened during 's April 19 session. Criminal Court is in session every other Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Assault Defendant Will Have SCI Conference
Javier Farias-Farias, 41, appeared in court to answer to a charge of Assault in the Second Dgree.
Farias-Farias was after allegedly assaulting a Bronx man with a manhole lift eye that led him to being taken to the hospital.
On Tuesday, the Bridgeport, CT, man's attorney asked for an SCI conference in the case, which Assistant District Attorney Michael Ashraf agreed to.
The matter was put over until July 12 for SCI control.
First Appearance for Woman Allegedly Caught Stealing from Boss on Camera
Amanda Egloff, 23, of Yorktown Heights was arrested on April 8 and charged with Petit Larceny.
According to the , Egloff was arrested after a woman at a Washington Avenue business reported money had been stolen from her purse on three separate occasions while it was at the office. The woman, who reported the incident on April 6, stated she set up a hidden camera during the last incident and observed Egloff taking cash from the purse.
On Tuesday, Egloff was assigned counsel and Village Justice John Curley issued a temporary order of protection in favor of her employer at the request of Ashraf.
The matter was adjourned until May 17 at the request of the defendant.
Order of Protection in Neighbor on Neighbor Harassment Case
Fran Spinelli, 75, was arrested on March 26 and charged with Harassment in the Second Degree.
According to the , a neighbor in Spinelli's Clinton Avenue building called police to report the defendant had been repeatedly pounding on her bedroom wall that day and in the past.
On Tuesday, Spinelli was assigned counsel and an order of protection in favor of the victim was granted, specifying she is not permitted to contact the woman, though the two are next door neighbors.
Ashraf said he had not yet spoken with the victim and the matter was adjourned until May 17 at the request of the defendant.
County Disposition Closes Drug Case for Graziano
James Graziano, 24, appeared on the court calendar for drug-related charges.
The Pleasantville man, who remains incarcerated, has several charges pending in other jurisdictions.
According to Ashraf, a plea and sentence in Westchester County Court the Pleasantville charges and Curley closed the matter.
Note: All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty. All ages are representative of the date of arrest.