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Gilboa Man Charged With Second Degree Murder in Kingston

Written By Editor on 2/3/14 | 2/3/14


The Watershed Post published the following story this morning:
A 33-year-old Olivebridge man was fatally shot by a coworker at the Kingston office of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection at 71 Smith Avenue around 6:45 a.m. on Monday morning. A suspect in the shooting was taken into custody at the scene shortly after the incident.
The Kingston Police Department has identified the victim as Aron Thomas of Olivebridge, in a statement issued mid-day Monday. According to New York City payroll records, Thomas was a watershed maintainer at the agency. He has worked for the DEP for nearly nine years. 
On Monday afternoon, Kingston police announced the identity of the suspect: 53-year-old David Reese, a Gilboa resident. Reese, a DEP engineer, worked in the same area of the building in Kingston that Thomas did, police said. 
Reese has been charged with second-degree murder. He is scheduled for arraignment at 5 p.m. in City of Kingston court.
For more details on this senseless crime, please visit the Watershed Post's website.
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