Police: Kinderhook man arrested for making mass police shooting threat

KINDERHOOK — A Kinderhook man who allegedly posted videos on social media stating he was planning a mass murder of law enforcement officers and was heard making threats in public was arrested on Friday, the New York State Police said.

Thirty-four-year-old Vincente Beaudoin is charged with making a terroristic threat, a felony, State Police said. He was arraigned and sent to the Columbia County jail without bail, pending an Oct. 17 court appearance.


[Times Union]

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