State troopers from the Wappinger barracks arrested Wickliffe, 38, Wednesday on a misdemeanor charge of second-degree menacing. A Newburgh resident, she is accused of "pointing a knife and threatening her victim during a domestic incident at a private residence in the Town of Wappinger," police said in a statement Tuesday.
Following arraignment, Wickliffe was released. She was due back in court the following day.
At the time of her arrest in January 2012, Wickliffe was charged with second-degree grand larceny, a felony. She was accused of stealing more than $115,000 in revenue from a before and after-school child care program that she ran with her parents, Eric and Debra Thompson.
The Thompsons, both former Brewster teachers, were accused of stealing about $15,000 in "overpaid salary by collecting the money for services that were not actually performed," officials said. Officials charged each with third-degree grand larceny, a felony.
Wickliffe was sentenced to probation and restitution.