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Shots fired in Hudson, now police seek leads to suspect

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HUDSON–Hudson Police seek the public’s assistance with their investigation into shots fired at about 11:50 p.m., November 28 on the 200 block of Columbia Street.

Police received a number of calls reporting gunshots. City Police went to the area, conducted a search and recovered a number of shell casings.

No reports or indications of injuries or property damage were received.

A witness told police that a red sport utility vehicle was seen in the area around the time the shots were heard.

The investigation is continuing. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Hudson Police at 518 828-3388 or the Detective Unit and Tips Line at 518 828-9900.

*Brian Keith Fields, 22, of Ancram was charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct by Hudson Police Officer James Delaney, Jr., October 7 at 3:52 a.m.

Police were called to the area of 35 Columbia Street for a report of people fighting. While they were investigating, Mr. Fields allegedly refused to move on when officers directed him to do so. When told he was under arrest, he allegedly led officers on a foot chase before being taken into custody. He was arraigned before Judge Richard Koweek and sent to jail on $750 cash bail or $1,500 bail bond.

*Keith E. Duke, 37, of Hudson was charged with fourth degree criminal mischief, endangering the welfare of a child and second degree harassment on an arrest warrant by Hudson Police Officer James Nero at the police station, October 7 at 12:38 p.m.

The charges stem from a dispute, September 20. He was arraigned before Judge Richard Koweek and released.

*Joseph A. Cole, 47, of Hudson was charged with third degree attempted assault on a warrant by Officer William Wrigley at the police station, October 13 at 11:40 a.m.

Mr. Cole turned himself in on the warrant. He allegedly tried to physically hurt a 28-year-old woman October 6 at a North Fifth Street residence during a dispute. Arraigned before Judge Richard Koweek, Mr. Cole was released.

*A 15-year-old girl, not identified by police, was charged with third degree attempted assault by Officer James Delaney, Jr., October 14 at 9:18 a.m.

Hudson Police were called to the Hudson High School, 215 Harry Howard Avenue for a reported fight which occurred a few minutes earlier between two girls, October 13.

The 15-year-old was allegedly involved in a fight at school in which she punched a 16-year-old girl in the face, causing swelling and scratched the back of the victim’s neck. The 15-year-old was issued a juvenile appearance ticket returnable at the Columbia County Probation Department.

*Annie M. Vogel, 56, of Hudson was charged with tampering with physical evidence, first degree unlawfully dealing with a child and a City Code violation for keeping a disorderly house by Officer Shane Bower October 19 at 1:35 a.m.

Police were called to 543 State Street for a reported larceny. While there police found Susan L. Vogel, 17, allegedly intoxicated and in possession of alcoholic beverages. Also in the residence, police found several marijuana smoking devices containing residue. During the investigation, Annie Vogel allegedly attempted to get rid of the evidence. She was arraigned before City Judge Mark Portin and released.

Susan Vogel was subsequently charged with criminal possession of controlled substance (Clonazepam pills) and unlawful possession of marijuana on a warrant by Officer Brent Rowe, October 20 at 3 p.m. She was arraigned before Judge Richard Koweek and released.

*John E. Sinclair, 45, of Albany was charged second degree menacing (weapon) and fourth degree criminal mischief by Officer James Nero, October 21 at 2:17 a.m.

Mr. Sinclair allegedly broke a cell phone and threatening a woman with a knife during a dispute at 41 North Second Street.

Arraigned before Judge Richard Koweek, Mr. Sinclair was sent to the Columbia County Jail in lieu of $500 cash bail or $1,000 bond.

*Marcus Eugene Mitchell, 28, of Hudson was charged with third degree assault, second degree criminal contempt and endangering the welfare of child by Officer James Nero, October 27 at 11:32 a.m.

Mr. Mitchell turned himself in on the warrant at the Hudson Police Station. The charges stem from an October 12 incident in which Mr. Mitchell allegedly fought with a woman. He also allegedly violated a court order by not staying away from a juvenile.

He was additionally charged with resisting arrest in connection with an October 26 incident during which he allegedly ran away from officers after he was advised he was under arrest.

Arraigned before City Judge Richard Koweek, Mr. Mitchell was sent to jail in lieu of $750 cash bail or $1,500 bond.

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