Police find wanted man at nearby hotel

HUDSON—Corey A. Velazquez, 24, of Hudson, who was the subject of a wanted person bulletin issued by City Police March 20, was captured March 23 at 11:03 p.m.

Mr. Velazquez was taken into custody on an arrest warrant in connection with a March 9 domestic violence incident at 15 North Front Street.

Police received information that he was staying at the St. Charles Hotel, 16 Park Place. Detectives and patrol officers saw Mr. Velazquez enter the hotel lobby and took him into custody without incident.

He was arraigned before City Court Judge John Connor on the charges of felony first degree burglary, felony third degree criminal possession of a weapon and three misdemeanor charges of fourth degree criminal mischief, endangering the welfare of a child and second degree menacing.

He was sent to the Columbia County Jail without bail and was slated to return to City Court, March 27.

Anyone with information about this or any other crime is asked to contact Hudson Police at 518 828-3388 or 518 828-9900.

*Raddad Jeryes Alsweilem, 29, of Silver Springs, MD, was charged with second degree rape and endangering the welfare of a child by Hudson Police Detective John Funk, Jr., at the police station, January 26 at 9:46 a.m.

Mr. Alsweilem was initially charged on a burglary warrant January 22 after getting off an Amtrak train in Hudson and was sent to the Columbia County Jail after arraignment. On January 26, he appeared in City Court where he was arrested, processed and arraigned on the two new charges listed above stemming from unrelated incidents. Mr. Alsweilem allegedly had intercourse with a 14-year-old girl in Hudson in August 2011. The Columbia County District Attorney’s Office and Maryland State Police assisted in the investigation.

Arraigned before City Judge John Connor, Mr. Alsweilem was remanded to jail in lieu of $25,000 cash bail or $50,000 bond.

*Lontrice D. Fernandez, 31, of Hudson was charged with forcible touching of another’s sexual/intimate parts by Hudson Police Officer William Wrigley, January 30 at 12:17 p.m.

Mr. Fernandez turned himself in at the police station on an arrest warrant. He allegedly put his hand down a woman’s pants and up her shirt after the woman told him to stop multiple times. The incident occurred, January 26.

Arraigned before City Judge John Connor, he was sent to jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail or bond.

*Tania A. Williams, 38, of Hudson was charged with third degree falsely reporting an incident by Hudson Police Officer Dean Rowe, January 28 at 5:35 p.m.

Ms. Williams turned herself in at the police station. She allegedly reported some jewelry had been stolen from her residence January 17. The investigation revealed that she pawned the jewelry and received cash for it. She was issued an appearance ticket to return to court at a later date.

*Bryan J. Vargas, 28, of Staatsburg was charged with three counts of fourth degree grand larceny at the police station by Hudson Police Officer James Nero, February 2 at 4:26 p.m.

Officer Nero began an investigation into a stolen credit card December 18. He identified two other victims who had their credit cards stolen as well. All thefts took place at a business on Warren Street where Mr. Vargas and the three victims were employed. Mr. Vargas turned himself in on felony complaints. He allegedly stole a Visa card December 3 from a male victim; a Discover card from a female victim December 5 and a Visa card from a female victim on December 17.

He was arraigned on all three charges before City Judge John Connor and was released pending a future court date on recommendation of the District Attorney’s Office.

*Kertrice R. Willis, 18, of Hudson was charged with second degree assault and five counts of endangering the welfare of a child by Hudson Police Officer William Wrigley, February 2 at 2:06 p.m.

Ms. Willis turned herself in at the police station on a signed felony complaint. Police investigated a fight and assault on the 200 block of Warren Street. Ms. Willis allegedly fought with a 16-year-old girl in the street in front of five children and the victim sustained a disfigured and broken finger requiring medical treatment.

Ms. Willis was arraigned before City Judge John Connor and released pending a future court appearance.

*Luz E. Vazquez-Sanchez , 29, of Hudson was charged with third degree menacing at the police station by Hudson Police Officer Daniel Scali, February 15 at 9:50 a.m.

Ms. Vazquez-Sanchez was previously arrested on several charges in connection with a February 6 incident in which she allegedly threw multiple punches at Officer Nicolas Pierro while he was attempting to take her into custody on Short Street. Police say the previous felony attempted assault charge was withdrawn and a new charge of menacing was filed.

She was arraigned on the new charge and released on her own recognizance.

*Richard B. Reynolds, 54, of the Columbia County Jail was charged with a violation of the sex offender registry requirements, first offense, by Hudson Police Officer Daniel Scali, February 14 at 9:18 a.m.

Mr. Reynolds was brought to the police station from the Columbia County Jail and arrested on an active Hudson City Court warrant. An investigation was conducted by Hudson Police detectives after a Sheriff’s Office investigator learned of the possible violation. Mr. Reynolds allegedly failed to notify detectives that he was moving from Hudson to Greenport.

Arraigned before City Judge John Connor, Mr. Reynolds was remanded to the county jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail.

*Susette Stodolski, 40, of Hudson was charged with endangering the welfare of a child by Hudson Police Officer Dean Rowe at the police station, February 18 at 4 p.m.

Police say a passerby picked up a two-year old girl who was walking near Scali’s Pizza and brought the youngster to the police station. Ms. Stodolski was allegedly taking care of her when the child left the residence on Union Turnpike.

Ms. Stodolski was issued an appearance ticket and released on her own recognizance to appear in court at a later date.

*Summer R. Eger, 28, of Hudson was charged with third degree assault by Hudson Police Officer Dean Rowe at the police station, February 22 at 11:19 p.m.

Ms. Eger allegedly assaulted a 27-year-old woman, causing her physical injury on Railroad Avenue, December 18. She was issued a ticket to appear in court at a later date.

*Tiffany M. Garriga, 33, of Hudson was charged with third degree assault  and endangering the welfare of child by Hudson Police Officer Rodney Waithe at 41 North Second Street, February 26 at 5:44 p.m.

Ms. Garriga was charged on a warrant. She allegedly struck a 30-year-old woman in the face with a DVD player and punched her several times in the face in the presence of two children, ages 9 and 7 at Bliss Towers, February 14.

Arraigned before City Judge John Connor, she was sent to jail in lieu of $100 cash bail.

*Sheyenne K. Rewatiraman, 18, of Hudson was charged with second degree falsely reporting an incident by Hudson Police Officer Mishanda Franklin at 41 North Second Street, February 26 at 5:30 p.m.

Bliss Towers contacted police about a false fire alarm. An investigation by police and building personnel revealed that Ms. Rewatiraman allegedly activated a fire alarm on the Eighth floor of the high rise to summon fire and police personnel for an emergency that did not occur or exist. She was issued a ticket to appear in court at a later date.

*James F. Gaudiosi, Jr., 18, of Hudson was charged with fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon, unlawful possession of marijuana and second degree unlawfully dealing with a child by Hudson Police Officer Jeffrey F Keyser at 9 South Seventh Street, February 27 at 11:16 a.m.

Officers responded to a report about a man displaying a handgun at an apartment building on South Seventh Street. They located the man, identified as Mr. Gaudiosi, on the street and found him to be in possession of a semi-automatic handgun and a green-leafy substance which tested positive for marijuana. The handgun was later found to be an imitation pistol capable of firing 8 mm blanks and looked realistic enough to cause alarm, police said.

Further investigation into the incident led police to connect Mr. Gaudiosi to a November 2011 incident in which he allegedly tattooed a 17-year-old male.

Mr. Gaudiosi was arraigned before City Judge John Connor and released pending a future court date.

Drugs/alcohol

The following face drug and/or alcohol-related charges:

*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.

*Billy Ray Eric Robinson, 34, of Hudson was charged with second degree criminal impersonation, resisting arrest, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, aggravated unlicensed operation, failure to keep right, driving the wrong direction on a one way street and second offense driving while intoxicated by Hudson Police Sergeant Anthony Moon, Jr., during a traffic stop on Columbia Street, February 18 at 2:28 a.m.

While patrolling Green Street, Sgt. Moon saw a vehicle go the wrong way up McKinstry, so he pulled the vehicle over. The driver, Mr. Robinson allegedly showed characteristics of intoxication, provided a false name to the officer, failed to satisfactorily perform field coordination tests, was advised he was under arrest and then allegedly physically resisted arrest. Pepper spray was used and Mr. Robinson continued to resist. He was taken into custody and both he and the officers were decontaminated. He refused a chemical test and was found to have a previous conviction for DWI.

Arraigned before City Judge Mark Portin, Mr. Robinson was sent to the county jail without bail. A preliminary hearing was scheduled.

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