Up to 11 Years Behind Bars for Tromans for Fatal Hit & Run

A sentence of up to 11 years is handed down in Albany County Court Friday morning for a man involved in the hit-and-run death of a National Guardsman.

Brian Tromans was found guilty in December for his role in the death of National Guard Master Sergeant Rudy Seabron, who was struck while walking on Watervliet Shaker Road in the early morning hours of January 8th of last year.

Tromans had been charged with leaving the scene of an accident without reporting and tampering with evidence.

He was accused of hiding his vehicle in an effort to hinder the police investigation. Seabron was from Central New York and in town for a military drill.

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