HUDSON, N.Y. - Police in the City of Hudson say they have made one arrest in the alleged burglary that occurred at City Hall, while the second suspect is still at large.
On Tuesday, police arrested 28-year-old Jamont McClendon, of Hudson, thanks to an anonymous tip. McClendon was wanted in connection to an alleged burglary that occurred at Hudson City Hall on March 19th.
Police say the McClendon, and his alleged accomplice 29-year-old Quintin Cross, pried open the back door, stole less than $100 from the petty cash fund and attempted to pry open the office of the common council president but were unsuccessful.
After resisting arrest, McClendon was ultimately taken into custody and charged with Burglary 3rd and was additionally charged with Resisting Arrest. He has been remanded to the Columbia County Jail.
Cross, also of Hudson, is still a wanted suspect at this time.
The Hudson Police Department requests any leads or whereabouts of Cross be forwarded to the Police Department at 828-3388, or Detective's tip line 828-9900.