Woman Menaces Utility Workers With Knife In Hudson Valley, Police Say

A 60-year-old area woman was arrested and sent to jail after screaming at utility workers and menacing them with a knife and pepper spray, state police said.

Mona F. Herman
Mona F. Herman Photo Credit: New York State Police

The incident occurred at around noon on Wednesday, June 27 when troopers responded to Madalin Court in the Dutchess County village of Tivoli for a report of a woman screaming at Central Hudson work crews in the area. 

An investigation found Mona F. Herman of Tivoli also menaced the workers with a knife and pepper spray, police said.

She was charged with menacing in the second degree, a Class A misdemeanor.

After being arraigned before the Village of Red Hook Court, she was remanded to the Dutchess County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail or $2,500 bond.

Herman is next scheduled to appear before the Court on July 2, 2018,

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