Columbia-Greene Local News-June 27

COLUMBIA-GREENE COUNTY NEWS 6-27-19

A PHILMONT MAN IS SCHEDULED TO BE

SENTENCED IN NOVEMBER, AFTER PLEADING

GUILTY IN FEDERAL COURT TO POSSESSING

CHILD PORN. THE U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

SAYS 68 YEAR OLD JAMES BRADY HAD OVER

200 VIDEOS AND IMAGES DOWNLOADED ON

HIS COMPUTER. HE FACES 5 TO 20 YEARS

IN PRISON.

A DRUG RAID AT THE BLUE SPRUCE MOTEL

IN KINDERHOOK HAS LEAD TO THE ARREST

OF THREE PEOPLE. THE COLUMBIA COUNTY

SHERIFF'S OFFICE REPORTS 31 YEAR OLD

DEVON SISNETT IS IN THE COLUMBIA COUNTY

JAIL ON FELONY CHARGES. COCAINE, HEROIN,

AND 6000 DOLLARS IN CASH WAS RECOVERED.

KELSEY BURGETT OF GERMANTOWN AND

TIFFANY LANPHEAR WERE CHARGED WITH

MISDEMEANOR POSSESSION AND GIVEN

APPEARANCE TICKETS.

AN OHIO WOMAN WAS TAKEN TO THE

COLUMBIA COUNTY JAIL, AFTER A TRAFFIC

STOP ON THE TACONIC PARKWAY IN GALLATIN.

STATE POLICE SAY, 30 YEAR OLD NICKEITA

GIVENS WAS IN POSSESSION OF AN ILLEGAL

RUGAR HANDGUN WITH A HIGH CAPACITY

MAGAZINE. BAIL WAS SET AT 1000 DOLLARS.

IT WAS A STINKY MESS IN CHATHAM

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, WHEN A GARBAGE

TRUCK CAUGHT FIRE IN THE PARKING LOT

OF ST. JAMES CHURCH ON HUDSON AVENUE.

CHATHAM FIREMEN RESPONDED JUST AFTER

NOON. THE LOAD WAS FULLY INVOLVED.

THE TRUCK WAS EMPTIED TO GET ALL

THE FIRE OUT.

COLUMBIA GREENE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

HAS ANNOUNCED A NEW SCHOLARSHIP, THAT

HAS BEEN SET UP FOR STUDENTS IN THE

NEW CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM.

THE JOHN GALLO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

HONORS THE LONG-TIME HUDSON RESIDENT,

WHO PASSED AWAY IN 2016. HE SPENT OVER

30 YEARS AS AN IRON WORKER.

STATE DOT OFFICIALS ARE REMINDING

MOTORISTS THAT THE BRIDGE OVER THE

KLINE KILL ON ROUTE 66 IN GHENT

CLOSES TOMORROW AFTERNOON, FOR TWO

MONTHS. THE BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

PROJECT WILL HAVE DETOURS OVER

COUNTY ROUTE 9.

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