Man accused of pulling fire alarm, punching hole in wall at police station

April 17, 2018 05:50 PM

QUEENSBURY - Police say a man pulled the fire alarm at the state police station in Queensbury and knocked a hole in the wall.

NewsChannel 13’s media partners at The Post-Star report it happened Monday morning around 10:30.

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They say 38-year-old Marcin Kosz showed up asking for a form to report a missing person. When police said they would only take the info verbally, they say he became violent.

Police say Kosz then refused to talk about the supposed missing person. They also say he had a propane tank strapped to the bicycle he rode to the station.

No one was hurt

Kosz was sent to the Warren County Jail.


WNYT Staff

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