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Case of Union College student facing felony charge is adjourned


SCHENECTADY, N.Y. – The Union College student, who is facing a felony charge after a riot on Saturday night, has made bail.

According to officials, Mark Fisher, 18, was adjourned on Monday until May 5. He was able to make bail which was set at $1,500 cash of $3,000 bond.

Fisher was arrested on Saturday evening, along with four other Union College students. Schenectady Police say a riot broke out after the Union men's hockey team won their national title in Philadelphia.

Officer said there was a crowd of 400-500 students, blocking traffic from Union Street to Gillespie Saturday evening.

Fisher has been charged with one count of felony Attempted Assault 2nd, a one count of Reckless Endangerment 2nd, one count of Obstructing Governmental Administration 2nd, one count of Resisting Arrest, one count of Inciting to Riot, all misdemeanors, and one count of violation Disorderly Conduct.

John Hathaway, 21, Nicholas Hersey, 20, Cameron Robertson, 19, and Broderick Shea, 20, have also been arrested and face misdemeanor charges.

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