Black Lives Matter protesters gather in Kinderhook Village Square for a march Saturday. Bill Williams/Columbia-Greene Media

KINDERHOOK — Police are investigating claims that a woman waved a handgun at Black Lives Matters protesters, which included Hudson Mayor Kamal Johnson, walking on Rothermel Lane on Saturday afternoon.

“We were all walking down the street and a couple came out yelling obscenities,” Johnson said in a video on his Facebook page. Johnson did not return calls for comment.

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