HUDSON–Ta-Raysha Cobbins, 19, of Hudson was charged with second degree assault and fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon by Hudson Police Officer Nicolas Pierro at 71 Prospect Avenue, March 7 at 12:44 a.m.
At 9:34 p.m., March 6, police received a call from a 20-year-old man asking them to meet him at the Columbia Memorial Hospital emergency room. Police say the man had lacerations on both his hands. An investigation revealed that Ms. Cobbins allegedly cut the man with a knife during a dispute at Hudson Terrace Apartments. The man sought medical attention for the cuts, which required several stitches to close.
Arraigned before City Judge John Connor, Ms. Cobbins was sent to the Columbia County jail without bail.
*Raddad Jeryes Alsweilem, 29, of Silver Springs, MD, was charged with second degree burglary and petit larceny on warrants by Hudson Police Jeffrey Keyser 69 South Front Street, January 22 at 5:23 p.m.
He was charged after arriving in Hudson on an Amtrak train. The charges stem from an August 29, 2011 incident during which he allegedly burglarized a room at the St. Charles Hotel and stole an iPod from the victim.
Arraigned before City Judge John Connor, Mr. Alsweilem was sent to the Columbia County Jail in lieu of $10,000 cash bail.
*Kevin L. Shook, 25, of Livingston was charged on a warrant for third degree burglary and third degree grand larceny by Hudson Police Officer Dean Rowe at 617 Warren Street, January 5 at 4:22 p.m.
Mr. Shook allegedly entered a Columbia Street business and stole a bank bag with receipts and money totaling more than $3,000.
He was arraigned before City Judge Mark Portin and sent to jail without bail.
*Catherine LaPorte, 77, of Hudson was charged with fourth degree criminal mischief and second degree harassment by Hudson Police Officer Mishanda Franklin at 7 Edmonds Lane, February 6 at 6:30 p.m.
Ms. LaPorte had altercations with her neighbor, during which she allegedly damaged a vehicle and allegedly threatened to kill the neighbor. She was issued tickets to answer the charges in Hudson City Court.
The following face drug- and/or alcohol-related charges:
*Following an investigation into illegal narcotics sales, Hudson Police executed a Columbia County Court issued-search warrant for narcotics at a first floor apartment, 104 North Fifth Street, February 8 at 6:04 p.m. The raid was conducted by the department’s Special Operations Tactical Team with assistance from detective and patrol unit members. During the raid, Deborah A. Seegers, 58, who lives at the raided residence, was charged with seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance for allegedly possessing a quantity of crack cocaine, less than 500 milligrams. She was arraigned before City Judge Connor and released. Two men and another woman were detained during the warrant execution and released without charges. The investigation continues. Assisting in the investigation was the Columbia County District Attorney’s Office. Anyone with information about narcotics or any criminal activity is asked to contact Hudson Police at 518 828-3388 or the Detective Unit and Tips Line at 518 828-9900.
*Jimmie Johnson, 38, of Hudson was charged with resisting arrest, fifth degree criminal possession of a controlled substance (cocaine) and on two warrants for third degree criminal sale of a controlled substance by Hudson Police Officers Jeffrey Keyser, Daniel Scali and Shane Bower on North Second Street at Prison Alley, November 16 at 1:44 p.m. Officer Keyser saw Mr. Johnson and knew about the two felony warrants for him. When he told Mr. Johnson he was under arrest, Mr. Johnson allegedly fled from Officer Keyser and was immediately apprehended after a short foot pursuit. He was subsequently found to allegedly possess 28 pieces of crack cocaine, which field-tested positive and weighed in excess of 500 milligrams. Also recovered was $393 in cash.
One warrant stemmed from a November 1 incident during which Mr. Johnson allegedly sold crack cocaine to someone on South Second Street. The second warrant stemmed from a November 14 incident during which he allegedly sold crack cocaine to someone on the 200 block of Cherry Alley. Mr. Johnson was arraigned before City Judge Richard Koweek and sent to the county jail without bail.
*Christopher Robert Arsenault, 24, of Livingston was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, third degree aggravated unlicensed operation, fail to keep right on a two-lane road, driving while intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content greater than .08% and on a bench warrant dating back to April 2008 for failure to appear on a charge of DWI, first offense, by Hudson Police Officer Brent Rowe at the police station, November 25 at 11:59 a.m. He was arraigned before City Judge Richard Koweek, posted $750 cash bail and was released.
*Demitry Belov, 34, of Hudson was charged with disobeying a traffic control device, driving while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol level greater than .08% by Hudson Police Officer Jeffrey Keyser at 537 Warren Street, December 9 at 10:15 p.m. Mr. Belov was pulled over after he allegedly failed to stop for a red light. He was subsequently found to be intoxicated. He was issued an appearance ticket.
*Demetries Mackey, 35, of Hudson was charged with driving with a suspended registration, making an illegal signal, driving while intoxicated, first offense and refusal to take breath test by Hudson Police Officer Kevin Sweet during a traffic stop at 11 North Seventh Street, February 4 at 2:45 a.m. After Mr. Mackey was pulled over for improper turn signal and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, he allegedly showed characteristics of intoxication and failed to satisfactorily perform field coordination tests. He later refused to submit to a chemical test. He was arraigned before City Judge John Connor, Jr. and released.
*Nicholas J. Panetta, 29, of Valatie was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, possession hypodermic instrument, operating an uninspected motor vehicle, failure to keep right and driving while ability impaired by drugs by Hudson Police Officer Nicolas Pierro, January 13 at 10:23 a.m.
Hudson Police investigated a one-car property damage accident at 161 Green Street, during which Mr. Panetta was operating a pickup truck and accelerated from the Stewart’s parking lot, across Green Street and crashed into a concrete stair with iron railings causing damage. He was allegedly under the influence of a controlled substance at the time and allegedly possessed heroin and a hypodermic instrument.
Arraigned before City Judge John Connor, Mr. Panetta was sent to jail in lieu of $500 cash bail or $1,000 bond.