Woman charged with firing rifle during Saugerties domestic dispute



SAUGERTIES – Police in Saugerties arrested a Bayside, Queens woman for allegedly firing an AR15 rifle inside 15 Spaulding Lane in the Town of Saugerties during a domestic dispute.
The incident was called into police at 11:22 p.m. on Sunday, February 7.
Police investigation determined a man had been in an argument with his girlfriend, Marisa Scarrone, 33, of Queens and that she fired two rounds from the rifle in the same room in which the two were arguing. An investigation found several bullet holes in a couch and wall in the residence.
Scarrone fled on foot prior to the police arriving, but a short time later was apprehended in a wooded area.  She was charged with reckless endangerment as a felony and placed in the Ulster County Jail in lieu of $50,000 cash bail.
Saugerties Police were assisted by the State Police, Ulster County Sheriff’s Office and investigators from the Ulster County District Attorney’s Office. Police are continuing their investigation and additional charges are pending.