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GUILDERLAND — A Queensbury man with business dealings in Guilderland was arrested last week for allegedly stealing over $1 million from investors.

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Defense attorney Paul Van Ryn complained that a witness changed her story so he wasn't able to prepare for the trial held in Berne on June 15.

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GUILDERLAND — A Utica man was sentenced to seven years in state prison on Friday in Albany County Court for possession of cocaine.

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GUILDERLAND — An Amsterdam man was arrested last week five months after he allegedly robbed a convenience store at gunpoint.

Gregory J. Lavallo, 25, of 12 McNeir Ave., Amsterdam, was arrested at the Guilderland Police Department on June 4, after a joint investigation between Guilderland and the Rotterdam Police Department.

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Jeffrey Richards, a public defender, and Brittany Grome, an assistant district attorney, clashed briefly in the small court in Berne Tuesday.

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In April, André McCauley had been found guilty after a jury trial of one count of first-degree attempted assault, a violent felony.

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Colorful scans have raised awareness that the brains of adolescents are different than those of adults, making youth less able to reason, plan, and judge. True justice for juveniles should not only fit their crimes but their minds.

GUILDERLAND — Michael Sanders was sentenced to 60 days in Albany County’s jail before Judge Peter Lynch in Albany County Court on Tuesday.

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Police say David Cardona, Shane Parry, Robert Denman, and Ian Kundel — all varsity athletes — entered the school through an unlocked window and made a mess on April 24.

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