QUEENSBURY — A Queensbury man was charged with three felonies after he hid in his former girlfriend’s bedroom, choked and assaulted her when she arrived and stole her cellphone Wednesday morning, police said.
At 2:58 a.m., the Warren County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of an unwanted person causing a disturbance in Queensbury.
Police said they believe Cameron S. Bray, 20, of Queensbury, was in his former girlfriend’s home and attacked her when she came home.
Bray locked her door and held the woman against her will, police said.
The incident awoke other family members in the home. When they approached Bray, a family member tried to call 911, but police said Bray knocked the phone from the family member’s hand and knocked the family member to the ground.
Bray was charged with first-degree burglary, second-degree robbery and first-degree unlawful imprisonment, all felonies.
He was also charged with four misdemeanors, including two counts of third-degree assault and one count each of criminal obstruction of breathing and criminal mischief.
The two victims suffered non-life threatening injuries, and Bray was held in police lockup pending arraignment later Wednesday.
The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by West Glens Falls Emergency personnel. The incident was investigated by patrol officers Matt Fish, Ryan Saunders and Sean Smith.