GALLATIN — A Hudson woman was arraigned on attempted murder charges of a police officer Monday night, state police Troop K Public Information Officer Aaron Hicks said.
Madison A. Kreutzer, 34, was charged with attempted murder of a police officer, a class A-I felony, following an armed standoff with state police, Hicks said.
Kreutzer allegedly shot at troopers when they arrived to a report of a suspicious person on Doodletown Road in Gallatin, Hicks said.
Kreutzer barricaded herself in a home at 438 Doodletown Road before eventually surrendering, Hicks said.
She was taken into custody without further incident.
Police did not disclose why Kreutzer was at that address.
Kreutzer was arraigned in the Town of Claverack Court before Judge Michael Cozzolino and was remanded to the Columbia County Jail without bail, Hicks said.
The standoff lasted several hours and involved dozens of troopers, Hicks said. Police closed Doodletown Road while the incident was taking place, Hicks said.
After the road was reopened at about 4:45 p.m., police continued their investigation at the scene.
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