Police Charge Hudson Valley Man With Attempted Murder
New York State Police say a Hudson Valley man attempted to murder two elderly people that where living at the same residence. Bail has been set at $1 million.
On Monday, New York State Police at Catskill responded to a domestic dispute at a private residence in Country Estates in the Town of Greenville. Once arriving at the home, officials noticed a 61-year-old male and 84-year-old female with multiple stab wounds. Police say both victims live at the home.
Police allege that the other resident of the home had stabbed both victims several times before fleeing in his vehicle. A notice was put out to surrounding areas describing the suspect and vehicle.
A little bit later Albany County Sheriff’s Deputies spotted the vehicle travelling on Tracey Road in the Town of Coeymans. Police say they tried to stop the vehicle but the operator drove off the roadway and crashed into several trees and an embankment.
The operator, 21-year-old Dylan Buffe, of Greenville, was taken into custody without further incident. The victims were transported to Columbia Memorial Hospital where they were treated for multiple stab wounds to their heads and hands.
Bluffe has been charged with two counts of attempted murder and 4th-degree criminal possession of a weapon. He was arraigned at Town of Greenville Court and was committed to the Greene County Jail in lieu of one million dollars bail.