In the courts
The following items are based on information provided by officials in law enforcement and the criminal justice system.
City of Kingston
· DWI: Jessica Decker, age and address unavailable, was sentenced by Judge Donald A. Williams on July 21 to five years of probation for aggravated drunken driving, a felony. Decker was arrested on Jan. 31. Additional information was unavailable.
· DWI: Christina Brock, age and address unavailable, was sentenced by Williams on July 22 to five years of probation for aggravated drunken driving with a child, a felony violation of Leandra’s Law. Brock was arrested on Oct. 6, 2015. Additional information was unavailable.
· DWI: Tori Forman, age unavailable, of Walden, was sentenced by Williams on July 25 to five years of probation and six months in the Ulster County Jail for felony drunken driving. Forman pleaded guilty before Williams on May 10 to felony drunken driving. Forman was arrested by state police at Highland on Oct. 16, 2015, on Plains Road in Plattekill and was charged with driving with a blood-alcohol content
exceeding 0.08 percent, drunken driving and aggravated drunken driving, all felonies, and with the infraction of failing to stop at a stop sign.
· Criminal contempt:
Antonio Vega, age unavailable, of Ellenville, was sentenced by Williams on July 19 to one and one half to three years in prison for criminal contempt, a felony. Vega pleaded guilty to felony criminal contempt on May 10. He was arrested by state police at Wawarsing on May 2, 2015, and was initially charged with misdemeanor criminal contempt. Additional information was unavailable.
· Grand larceny: Robert A. Lightfoot, age unavailable, of Kingston, was sentenced by Williams on July 19 to 30 days in the Ulster County Jail and five years probation for grand larceny, a felony. Lightfoot was indicted in April following a Dec. 20, 2015, arrest for the grand larceny of $4,000 from the Macy’s store at the Hudson Valley Mall. Lightfoot, an employee of the store at the time, removed cash from several cash registers in the store over a period of several days. The Hudson Valley Mall store closed for good earlier this year.