More jail and fees for lesson not yet learned

After six days in county jail didn’t seem to curb the domestic violence, a 24-year-old man has been sent back to lockup for an entire month for two additional attacks on his girlfriend.

Shidon L. Clark, of 409 Howland Ave., was sentenced by City Court Judge John C. Gannon Monday to 30 days in jail, ordered to pay $300 in court fees and was granted a one-year conditional discharge on one count each of third-degree assault and third-degree menacing. Two counts of second-degree harassment were dismissed.

Police said at 4 p.m. April 2, Clark bit his 24-year-old girlfriend on the hand during the first dispute at their residence. He was sentenced on April 5 to six day sin jail and served his time.

Police said at 3 a.m. April 14, the couple were again arguing at their residence when Clark kicked the woman in her left side, injuring her ribs.

Then at 5:16 a.m. April 21, Clark threw a plate at the woman, squeezed her head, punched her in the face and threw her on the bed. He was taken into custody shortly thereafter when the girlfriend managed to get out of the house and call 9-1-1.

Also in City Court:

¿ Steven M. Grass, 17, of 221 Henry St., was released on his own recognizance on a charge of second-degree harassment. His case was adjourned to May 21.

Police said at 12:05 a.m. March 24, Grass punched a 16-year-old acquaintance in the mouth outside his Henry Street residence.

¿ Bail was set at $1,000 and has not been met for Ronald Lamascolo, 59, of 8491 Elmer Hill Road, charged with second-degree aggravated harassment. His case was adjourned to May 14.

Deputies said on May 3, Lamascolo angrily telephoned his wife more than 30 times and left numerous voice mails threatening to kill her.

¿ The case of Amy Chapple, 30, of 410 W. Embargo St., charged with fourth-degree grand larceny and petty larceny, was adjourned to the county grand jury.

State police said at 10:25 p.m. April 27, Chapple stole her mother’s purse, which contained cash and credit cards. In a statement to police, Chapple admitted to taking the purse to support her drug addiction.