HUDSON, N.Y. - Police in Hudson are looking for a former Alderman in connection with a burglary at city hall and this isn't the first time he's been wanted by police.
The burglary took place March 19, when the suspect or suspects pried open the back door. They stole less than $100 from the petty cash fund and attempted to pry open the office of the common council president but were unsuccessful.
Police are calling former Alderman Quintin Cross and his friend Jamont McClendon persons of interest. Both men's whereabouts were unknown as of Tuesday night.
"These two particular individuals if they aren't directly involved certainly could provide some information leading to those persons that are," said Hudson Police Chief Ellis Richardson.
Cross was arrested in 2007 and served time in prison for illegally using credit cards of high ranking city officials.