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Convictions upheld in Gloversville arson case

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All three people convicted in a 2004 conspiracy to burn down a Gloversville apartment house and collect more than $200,000 in insurance money have now had their convictions upheld by an appeals court. The last of the three was Jeffrey Alnutt. His wait ended Thursday, with a decision issued by the Appellate Division of the state Supreme Court. Alnutt was also later convicted of murder in a 2007 arson fire that resulted the death of ...


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