New York woman charged with murder in Hudson Valley

A woman from the Hudson Valley is accused of killing someone in the area shortly after Thanksgiving.

On Sunday, New York State Police and Catskill Village Police, with assistance from the Greene County Sheriff’s Department and the Greene County District Attorney’s Office, reported that a woman from Castkskill had was arrested following a homicide investigation.

Carrie Weisser, 32, has been charged with second degree murder, a felony.

Carrie Weisser has been charged with second degree murder.

Weisser is accused of killing someone around midnight on Nov. 27, police said.

Weisser is accused of killing someone around midnight on November 27

Police did not disclose further details of the homicide, including where it occurred or information about the victim.

“Additional information is withheld until next-of-kin notification is made,” New York State Police said in a press release.

Further information is withheld until notification of next of kin is made

Weisser was arraigned in Catskill City Court and remanded in Greene County Jail.

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