Columbia-Greene Local News-April 17

COLUMBIA-GREENE COUNTY NEWS 4-17-19

A THIRD PERSON HAS BEEN ARRESTED FOR

THE SUNDAY NIGHT HOME INVASION ON MAIN

STREET IN PHILMONT. THE COLUMBIA COUNTY

SHERIFF'S OFFICE SAYS THE 16 YEAR OLD

WAS CHARGED WITH FELONY BURGLARY.

HE'LL ANSWER THE CHARGES IN FAMILY

COURT. TWO OTHERS WERE CHARGED

SUNDAY NIGHT.

AN ABRUPT END TO THE SEXUAL ABUSE

TRIAL OF 28 YEAR OLD ZACHARY BRAY IN

COLUMBIA COUNTY COURT TUESDAY. THE

COLUMBIA COUNTY D.A.'S OFFICE SAYS

JUDGE RICHARD KOWEEK DISMISSED THE TWO

COUNTS OF SEXUAL ABUSE, AND BRAY PLEAD

GUILTY TO TWO COUNTS OF ENDANGERING

THE WELFARE OF A MINOR. HE'LL BE

SENTENCED MAY 31ST.

A COUNTER TERRORISM AND INCIDENT

RESPONSE EXERCISE IS SCHEDULED TO TAKE

PLACE TODAY AT ALL AMTRAK STATIONS

BETWEEN ALBANY AND NEW YORK CITY,

INCLUDING THE HUDSON STATION.

COMMUTERS ON TRAINS TODAY MAY NOTICE

A LARGER POLICE PRESENCE.

A KITCHEN FIRE BROUGHT CATSKILL

FIREFIGHTERS TO 108 BRIDGE STREET LAST

NIGHT. THE CALL CAME IN JUST AFTER 9.

FIREMEN WERE ABLE TO GET IT PUT OUT

QUICKLY.

THE HUDSON FIRE DEPARTMENT IS MARKING

A MILESTONE. IT WAS 225 YEARS AGO TODAY,

THAT THE J.W. EDMONDS HOSE COMPANY NUMBER 1

WAS ORGANIZED. MAYOR RICK RECTOR WILL HOLD

A CEREMONY AT NOON, ON THE STEPS OF CITY

HALL TO MARK THE ANNIVERSARY.

THE DARE PROGRAM AT THE HUDSON INTERMEDIATE

SCHOOL HELD GRADUATION YESTERDAY. DARE

OFFICER JAKE HOFFMAN PRESENTED 165

CERTIFICATES TO STUDENTS THAT COMPLETED

THE 12 WEEK PROGRAM.

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