Heather Bull, 23, pleaded guilty to charges of unlawful dealing with a child, a Class A misdemeanor in Pleasantville Village Court Tuesday.
On January 16th, 2011, Bull purchased alcohol at the local 7-11 on 488 Bedford Road and provided it to a 13-year old female, according to court records.
Bull and her lawyer agreed upon a conditional discharge and a charge of a $730 fine which she will have to pay in four weeks.
Eileen Gaughan of Yorktown Heights, had her case heard in front of Justice John C. Curley, where she was charged with petty larceny as well as criminal tampering, nuisance and trespassing at Key Foods Supermarket in two consecutive days four weeks ago. The judge ruled that she is likely in violation of her probation and will have to pay a $540 fine. She was also ordered to stay away from Key Foods. She will be back in court July 12 for the continuation of her case.
Amanda Egloff, also of Yorktown Heights was convicted in her case on a charge of petty larceny in front of Curley, where he ruled she must pay $400 restitution as well as a $100 surcharge.
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