A Hudson Valley man is behind bars, accused of murdering a man with the same last name and injuring another.

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On Sunday around 1:30 a.m., the Village of Catskill Police were dispatched to the area of 31 Summit Ave in the village of Catskill for a reported assault with injuries.

Patrols arrived and located two male victims; one victim was transported to Albany Medical Center with a stab wound to his back.

The second victim, 28-year-old Adam White of Catskill, succumbed to his injuries at the scene, police say.

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The investigation by New York State Police, the Village of Catskill Police Department, and the Greene County Sheriff’s Department resulted in the arrest of 30-year-old Michael J. White of Catskill for murder in the second degree, assault and tampering with physical evidence, all felonies.

Police did not say how their investigation led to the murder charge or a possible motive. Officials did not say if Michael and Adam White are related.

White was arraigned in the Town of Catskill Court and remanded to the Greene County Jail without bail. The investigation is ongoing with charges pending against an additional defendant.

During the course of the investigation, 37-year-old Jennifer Hall of Catskill was charged with hindering prosecution, a class E felony. Hall was released on an appearance ticket to appear in the Town of Catskill Court.

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