Michael Lafreniere, 22, of Southold received a conditional discharge in Southold Justice Court Friday after he had served 62 days in jail on six charges of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance; six other undefined controlled substance charges; and two charges of operating a motor vehicle on drugs. Judge Rudolph Bruer fined Mr. Lafreniere $1,605.
* A charge of second-degree driving while ability impaired on drugs brought against Janessa Andruski, 27, of Southold was dismissed after Ms. Andruski was indicted by a Suffolk County grand jury.
* Judge Bruer issued a warrant for the arrest of Michele Hong, 49, of Freeport after she failed to appear to answer charges of operating a motor vehicle while impaired on drugs and fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
* A warrant was issued for the arrest of Michael Jimenez Jr., 30, of Riverhead who failed to appear to answer charges of second-degree and third-degree possession of a forged instrument.
* Bernard Ramis, 47, of Riverhead pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle and Judge Bruer revoked his license for six months. He placed Mr. Ramis on probation for three years and fined him $900.
* Shane Minnion, 23, of Westbury pleaded guilty to DWI and was fined $900. His license had previously been revoked for six months.
* Julio Ramos-Diaz, 28, of Mattituck, pleaded guilty to DWAI, reduced from an original DWI charge. He was ordered to complete 42 hours of community service, had his license suspended for 90 days and was fined $660.
* Shane Hughes, 26, of Greenport pleaded guilty to DWAI, reduced from DWI, and had his license suspended for 90 days. He was fined $560.
* Kevin Smith, 24, of Greenport pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was fined $100.
* Arthur Griffin, 60, of Oakdale received an adjournment for one year in contemplation of dismissing a charge of possession of marijuana. He was fined $210 on a speeding charge.
* Travis Smith, 19, of Greenport received an adjournment for one year in contemplation of dismissing a charge of possession of marijuana.
The court dealt with a total of 61 cases Friday.