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HUDSON, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Hudson Police are investigating after a number of automobiles and a residence have been struck by gunfire on Saturday Afternoon. Police recovered greater than a dozen shell casings from the scene, near the 200 block of Robinson Road.
Officers say they consider the assault was focused, not random, and not less than one car left the scene after being struck by bullets.
Hudson Police Chief L. Edward Moore says his division will: “work aggressively, regularly, and produce all assets to bear to be able to establish these liable for this harmful and reckless conduct.”
“Officers have secured the neighborhood and quite a few interviews are underway. Robinson Road has been reopened to car site visitors and patrols are within the space all through this night. Our Detectives have secured proof to incorporate greater than a dozen shell casings.
We’ve got developed leads, and we now have the total help from the Sheriff’s workplace, New York State Police and Columbia County District Legal professional’s Workplace. We are going to work aggressively, regularly, and produce all assets to bear to be able to establish these liable for this harmful and reckless conduct.”
Chief L. Edward Moore
No accidents have been reported following the incident, which befell round 12:30 p.m. on April 17.
Anybody with data is inspired to name Detectives at (518)828-3388.