Three arrests in Columbia County break in
Jan 19, 2012 12:04 am
Bryan Fitzgerald of the Albany Times-Union reports that three Columbia County teen-agers were arrested Tuesday after they broke into a Stuyvesant Falls home, restrained a 13-year-old and robbed the house. State police said Ryan Shufelt, 18, of Chatham, and Nicholas Dodge, 17, of Kinderhook, stormed into a home on Route 25A at 5:20 p.m. One of the suspects held down the 13-year-old while the other grabbed several unidentified items from the home, they said. Alysha Narzynski, 18, of Kinderhook, accompanied Shufelt and Dodge. All three suspects were arrested together and charged with conspiracy. Shufelt and Dodge were also charged with second-degree robbery, a felony that carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison. All three suspects were arraigned in the town of Kinderhook court and sent to Columbia County Correctional Facility without bail. Read about the arrests in the Times-Union.