Two accused drunk drivers reached plea deals Tuesday in Ogdensburg City Court.
Jesse J. Ryan, 26, of 1115 State St., Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to driving while ability impaired to satisfy July 4, 2011, charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated and failure to stop at a stop sign.
According to court records, Mr. Ryan registered a .19 blood alcohol content when he was arrested. The states legal threshold for aggravated DWI is a BAC of 0.18 percent.
Judge William R. Small fined Mr. Ryan $300, ordered him to pay $255 in surcharges and enroll in a Drinker Driver Program, granted him a one-year conditional discharge and suspended his drivers license for 90 days.
Mr. Ryan was represented by the St. Lawrence County Public Defenders Office.
Also, Michael D. Tynon, 66, of 113 New York Ave., Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to driving while ability impaired to satisfy Sept. 30, 2011, charges of driving while intoxicated and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.
According to court records, Mr. Tynon registered a .12 BAC when he was arrested.
Mr. Tynon was fined $300, ordered to pay $255 in surcharges and enroll in a Drinker Driver Program, granted a one-year conditional discharge and his drivers license was suspended for 90 days.
Mr. Tynon was represented by the public defenders office.
In other cases before Judge Small on Tuesday:
Casey L. Sharlow, 22, of 464 Belmont Courts, Ogdensburg, waived a preliminary hearing and will have a county grand jury hear Oct. 24 charges against her of second-degree burglary and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. She was accused of entering the home of Sean D. Barber, 45, of 422 Pine St., Ogdensburg, and taking his vehicle.
In another case involving Ms. Sharlow, she agreed to plead guilty to disorderly conduct to satisfy a Jan. 25 charge of unlawfully dealing with a child. She was accused of allowing juveniles to consume alcoholic beverages in her home.
She was fined $100 and was ordered to pay $120 in surcharges.
She was represented by attorney Mary E. Rain, Ogdensburg.
Mathew C, Dillabough, 38, of Brockville, Ontario, was granted an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal in six months of Jan. 24 charges of resisting arrest and obstruction of governmental administration. He was accused of interfering with a city police-administered field sobriety test.
Mr. Dillabough was also ordered to perform 20 hours of community service.