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Posted: Thursday, March 7, 2013 12:30 am

HUDSON POLICE DEPARTMENT

  • Glendale Brandow, 58, of Hudson, was charged Feb. 25 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. The arrest was made after Brandow was involved in property damage on Warren Street. Brandow struck a vehicle, which in turn struck a Hudson Police car. Brandow was given tickets for the incident and released on scene.
  • Police arrested Suzanne Z. Chaves, 49, of East Chatham, on Feb. 25 and ticketed her for allegedly driving with a suspended registration. She was pulled over at a traffic stop when an officer found that her insurance lapsed in September 2012, police said.
  • Steven W. Weathersbe, 45, of Hudson, was charged Feb. 25 with petty larceny for the alleged theft of a black Apple iphone. Weathersbe was arraigned and is being held on $5,000 bail.
  • Edgar Xiloj-Coxaj Anibal, 26, of Hudson, was charged with having an open container of alcohol on Feb. 25. Officers say they observed him drinking for a 16 oz. bottle of beer on a public street. He was issued an appearance ticket.
  • n Robyn M. Hunt, 46, of Leeds, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance. Officers said they found a small quantity of crack/cocaine on the floor of her vehicle during a stop on North Street in Hudson. She was held for processing, then issued an appearance ticket and released.
  • Lawrence M. Osborn Jr., 21, of Hudson, was charged with second-degree criminal contempt and criminal obstruction of a person’s breathing/blood circulation following a domestic dispute. Osborn was held on $500 cash or $1,000 bond.
  • Police arrested Janet D. Pelland, 61, of Hudson, for failing to appear in court on May, 24. She was processed and held for arraignment.
  • Police arrested Tomas Antonio-Gomez, 26, of Stottville, while driving in Hudson on Feb. 26. He was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, having an expired registration, a suspended license and tinted windows.
  • Amar D. Williams, 31, of Hudson, turned himself into police after allegedly entering the D & D Deli and breaking a coffee pot. Williams had previously been advised that he was not allowed on that property. He was remanded to jail on $500 cash or $1,000 bond.
  • Jamie L. Dupiton, 28, of Hudson, was charged with third-degree assault with the intent to cause physical injury. She has been arraigned and released for a later court date.

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