Tuesday, July 11, 2017



Kingston man accused of ramming his car into pedestrian

KINGSTON – A Kingston man was charged with felony assault and misdemeanor criminal contempt after he allegedly drove his car onto a sidewalk striking a 21-year-old man.

The victim was treated for contusions and released at the Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley Hospital.

Kingston City Police arrested Nicholas Waller, 21, on Friday, July 7.

Investigators said early in the morning on July 5, Waller had been involved in a domestic dispute with a woman. He left the area, but returned later and another dispute erupted.  He left again, but this time returned and intentionally drove his vehicle up onto a sidewalk and struck the male victim, who was a friend of another woman at the scene, police said.

Waller was released to return to city court at a later date.

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