HUDSON–Two city men were charged in connection with a fight with weapons on the 800 block of Prison Alley, August 17 at 12:06 p.m.
Brian K. Fields, 20, and Michael Snyder, 19, were each charged with second degree assault and fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon by Hudson Police Officer Jason Hoffman. Mr. Snyder was additionally charged with disorderly conduct.
Police went to the area of 14 Eighth Street to investigate a report about “a large fight involving weapons,” according to Hudson Police Lieutenant Richard Paolino.
HILLSDALE–A family of five lost their home, their belongings and their pets when their rented house at 119 Old Route 22 was destroyed by fire August 25.
The Anderson family, parents and three children, lost everything in the blaze including their dog, cat and iguana, said Hillsdale Fire Chief Richard Briggs.
The Andersons lived in the house for about 15 years. Bill Seymour of Hillsdale owned the house. The family had no renter’s insurance, Chief Briggs said.
HUDSON–In addition to regular patrols, Hudson Police will deploy additional patrols for vehicle and traffic enforcement through the Labor Day holiday weekend, according to a police department press release.
These patrols will target aggressive driving, cell phone use and impaired driving to enhance public safety within
the city and Columbia County.
These extra patrols are possible due to grant funding from the state and Columbia County Stop DWI.
STUYVESANT—Manuel DeJesus Mauricio Ramirez, 29, of Guatemala was charged August 24 with first degree rape, a class B felony; first degree aggravated sex abuse, a class B felony; second degree unlawful imprisonment and third degree assault, both class A misdemeanors.
According to Livingston State Police Investigator William Mulrein III, a woman went out for a walk on Eichybush Road late the night of Saturday, August 22, as was her custom.
CLAVERACK–Town Supervisor James Keegan declared a State of Emergency at 4:30 p.m. August 21 when a severe thunderstorm hit that town and other parts of Columbia County.
The emergency wasn’t lifted until the morning of August 24.