Vandalism, burglaries under investigation in Hudson

November 14, 2018 05:48 PM

HUDSON - Police in Hudson are investigating a number of vandalism and burglary incidents.

On Sunday morning, police responded to the parking lot of the First Reformed Church at 52 Green Street. They tell NewsChannel 13 five vehicles had their tires slashed.

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Police believe the incident happened between 7:30 a.m. and 9:10 a.m. while people were inside the church preparing for services.

Then on Monday morning, Hudson police were called to a man breaking into an apartment on Green Street. When they arrived, a window was broken and a man was running away.

Police nabbed and arrested 34-year-old Jesus Manuel Rosado. Police say he had a pair of handcuffs, a large knife and leg shackles with him. Rosado is in the Columbia County Jail.

Hudson police say Rosado is a strong person of interest in tire slashings at the church. It's right next to wear he lives.

Then, Tuesday, police responded to a report of a man breaking car windows in the area of Union and South Front Street in Hudson.

Twenty-two cars had their mirrors damaged and one car had a large chunk of marble thrown through the driver's side window.

No arrest has been made.

Police don't believe that's connected to the Sunday or Monday incidents.


WNYT Staff

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