Jail given in lieu of bail or bond

The 22-year-old man accused of stabbing another man twice in the back near Jervis Library has been sent to county jail in lieu of $25,000 cash bail or bond.

Bail was set Monday but not immediately met for Robert M. Wilson, 22, of 205 Turin St., who appeared before City Court Judge John C. Gannon on a charge of second-degree assault. His case was adjourned to July 1.

Police said at about 2 a.m. May 18, Wilson stabbed 35-year-old Nathaniel W. Stacy once in the upper back and once in the lower back near the intersection of North Washington and Elm streets. Police said a large group was involved in a scuffle at the time.

In a statement to police, the victim said the fight bowled over from an earlier brawl at Delvecchio’s bar on West Dominick Street. The victim said he only went to the intersection to pick up a friend when he became involved in the fight and got stabbed.

Also in City Court:

¿ Shouneyia M. Steffen, 33, of 437 Park Drive Manor II, pleaded guilty to trespass, reduced from fifth-degree possession of stolen property. A charge of fourth-degree grand larceny was dismissed. Her case was adjourned for sentencing to July 11.

Police said at 1:30 p.m. March 19, Steffen stole a debit card from a neighbor and bought $81.51 worth of groceries from Tops.

¿ Amadeo J. DeBlasis, 47, of 214 Nock St., was released on his own recognizance on a charge of issuing a bad check. His case was adjourned to July 18.

Police said on Feb. 7, DeBlasis wrote bad paper for $190 to CCS Wireless on Black River Boulevard.