All happened right near the Poughkeepsie train station at about 1:07pm, but very minimal impact on Hudson Line Service. More of an "FYI" in case anyone saw cops around and wondered what was happening.
From http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/arti ... /110218010 :
Paper reports witnesses had said cars were being turned away from the station parking lot (I'm not sure which entrance they consider the "rear" entrance to the station). Paper says incident was over within 5 minutes. With trains scheduled to arrive at 12:34 and 1:34, and departing at 12:40 and 1:40pm, I can see how train service wasn't affected. Not really any direct threat to passengers. Twenty minutes later, could have been a different story.City police shut down Main Street, from the Route 44/55 intersection to the Hudson River. They had shut down access to the rear entrance to the Poughkeepsie train station, but the station is open and trains are on schedule, Metro-North Railroad spokeswoman Marjorie Anders said.
Paper says Amtrak service wasn't impacted by the incident either.