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Hudson chef arrested for alleged graffiti spree

May 08, 2017 06:05 PM

HUDSON - A self-employed chef from Hudson is under arrest, accused of scrawling graffiti throughout the city. Police say it was an observant citizen who helped stop him.

Police say that citizen spotted Brian Baskoff writing on an iron railing near the First Presbyterian Church. Shortly after, they say Baskoff was tagging nearby light posts.

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The concerned citizen took photos of the suspect and stood in front of him to try and stop him.

The photos were shared with police who then arrested Baskoff at a public event on Saturday.

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