Charges upgraded in connection with National Guard master sergeant's death

June 19, 2017 05:44 PM

Charges have been upgraded against an Albany man accused of killing National Guard Master Sergeant Rudy Seabron.

Brian Tromans has now been indicted on felony charges of criminally negligent homicide, leaving the scene of an incident without reporting as a felony and tampering with physical evidence.

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Seabron was in town for a weekend drill in January and walking back to base along Watervliet Shaker Road when he was hit and killed. Police tracked down the vehicle four days later.

Seabron served in the Marines and did tours in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait.


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