Police: 2 Arrested after Hudson Valley Home Invasion, 2 Fled
Police accused a group of four of a home invasion in the Hudson Valley. Two have been arrested, police say two more fled to Florida.
On Thursday, Saugerties police arrested 25-year-old Jazmine S. Bryant and Ashley P. Brodhead, 23, both of Kingston on two counts of burglary, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, two counts of criminal mischief and two counts of harassment. Both are accused of being involved in a home invasion in the hamlet of Glasco, Town of Saugerties.
On June 27, police received a report from a homeowner that several people forced their way into their home and threatened to harm them.
The home invasion and burglary involved two more suspects, police say. According to Saugerties police, both have been identified, but both fled Ulster County shortly after the invasion to the State of Florida.
Police detectives are currently obtaining arrest warrants for both. The investigation is ongoing and additional arrest and charges are pending, police say.
Bryant and Brodhead-Johnson were both released to report to Ulster County Probation from the recommendation of the Ulster County District Attorney's Office. They are due back in court on July 11.