An Ogdensburg man Tuesday in city court pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment to satisfy two earlier charges against him.
Audie T. Middlemiss, 50, of 819 New York Ave., was charged June 1 with endangering the welfare of child and third-degree attempted assault. He allegedly struck Maxine M. Jerome, 21, same address and caused her to almost drop her eight-month-old daughter.
Judge William R. fined and surcharged Mr. Middlemiss a total of $270, granted him a one-year conditional discharge and ordered him to abide by a no harassment order of protection.
Mr. Middlemiss was represented by the St. Lawrence County Public Defenders Office.
In other cases Tuesday before Judge Small:
—-Richard D. Ward II, 54, of 815 S. Water St., Ogdensburg, is due back in city court on July 10 to answer June 14 charges of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
According to court documents, Ogdensburg police found Mr. Ward to be in possession of cocaine, five .22 bullets and a spring-loaded cylinder capable of firing them.
Mr. Ward is represented by the public defenders office.
—-Two Ogdensburg residents were granted adjournments in contemplation of dismissal in six months of prior charges against them.
Robert A. Stanley, 46, of 105 Spring St., was charged May 1 with disorderly conduct. He was represented by the public defenders office.
Thomas D. Sawyer, 35, of 355 Belmont Courts, was charged April 5 with second-degree harassment.
He was represented by attorney Joseph T. Welch.