HUDSON–Three city men were charged in connection with a fight in the street, during which a baby stroller with a baby in it tipped over, September 19 at 3:12 p.m.
David F. Branch, 29, of Hudson, was charged with second degree obstruction of governmental administration, disorderly conduct and endangering the welfare of a child by Officer Jason Finn.
Sahtise S. Green, 23, of Hudson was charged with disorderly conduct by Officer Nicolas Pierro.
Andre L. Barnhill was charged with endangering the welfare of a child by Officer Pierro.
HUDSON–Three people were arrested, and drugs, drug packaging equipment and cash were seized when city police executed a search warrant at a first floor residence at 452 Columbia Street at about 9 p.m. September 10.
Arrested were: Cedrick Antonio Maurice Fulton, 38; Charee L. Race, 29, and Victor V. Downes, 27, all of whom live at the Columbia Street address. Also there at the time police arrived with the warrant was a seven-year-old boy.
CHATHAM–An unruly New Jersey man was sent to jail following his arrest by Village Police August 31 at 8:34 p.m.
Matthew F. Micciche, 32, of Trenton was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Police say they found Mr. Micciche urinating in a public place. When police told Mr. Micciche they were taking him into custody, he was allegedly physically uncooperative.
GREENPORT–Jealousy provoked a teenager to set a car on fire the morning of September 2, according to Livingston State Police.
Greenport firefighters were called out to a fully-involved car fire September 2 at 5:30 a.m. The burning car was parked adjacent to a private residence at the end of a long driveway off Church Road.
Fire officials determined the fire to be suspicious and called in State Police to investigate.
HUDSON–City Police have charged a Greene County woman with making 51 calls to the Columbia County 911 Center when there were no emergencies.
Summer L. Smith, 26, of Cairo was charged with 51 counts of third degree falsely reporting an incident by Officer Jacob Hoffman, September 5 at 2:53 p.m.
Police say that Ms. Smith made all the “baseless, non-emergency” calls to 911 over a period of about 16 hours on September 4 and 5.