IN THE COURTS
The following items are based on information provided by officials in law enforcement and the criminal justice system.
Ulster County Court
• Contempt: Tameka Robinson, age unavailable, of Poughkeepsie, was sentenced by Ulster County Judge Donald A. Williams on Aug. 1 to six months in the Ulster County Jail and five years probation for criminal contempt, a felony. Robinson pleaded guilty to the charge before Williams on May 12. She was arrested by Kingston police Jan. 29.
• Assault: Niya Edelman, age and address unavailable, was sentenced by Williams on Aug. 15 to one to three years in state prison for felony assault. Further information was unavailable.
• Burglary: Justin Hallas, age unavailable, of Monroe, was sentenced by Williams on Aug. 25 to one to three years in state prison and post-release supervision for burglary, a felony. Hallas pleaded guilty to the charge before Williams on June 16. Hallas was arrested by village of Chester police on Dec. 22, 2015, and was charged with burglary. The arrest followed an investigation into a break-in at a gas station/convenience store on state Route 32 in Plattekill, authorities said at the time. Hallas and a codefendant were found with numerous cartons of cigarettes and other proceeds from the theft, authorities said.
• Drugs: Ricardo Korianski, age unavailable, of Oneonta, was sentenced by Williams on Aug. 17 to six months in the Ulster County Jail and five years probation and agreed to a waiver of appeal for criminal possession of a controlled substance, a felony. On July 6, Korianski pleaded guilty to the charge. On March 13, he had been arrested by Ulster County Sheriff’s deputies on state Route 28 in Hurley and charged with two felony counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance. Police said he and two others were transporting 400 bags, or decks, of heroin from New York City to Oneonta.