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Schenectady cop found not guilty of assault

Peters testifies that he never struck his fiancée

Suspended Schenectady police officer Eric Peters and his fiancee, Bonnie Crandall, stand outside a Schenectady City Court courtroom Friday morning during a break in Peters' trial on charges he assaulted Crandall in March 2011.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Suspended Schenectady police officer Eric Peters and his fiancee, Bonnie Crandall, stand outside a Schenectady City Court courtroom Friday morning during a break in Peters' trial on charges he assaulted Crandall in March 2011.
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A Schenectady City Court jury Friday evening acquitted suspended city police Officer Eric Peters of both charges against him in a case where he was accused of hitting his fiancée and preventing her from getting out of a truck. The verdict was read shortly after 5 p.m. with Peters’ family members and fiancée present. Afterward, Peters hugged each of them. His fiancée, Bonnie Crandall, the woman prosecutors said Peters hit, has stood by Peters throughout, ...


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wmarincic
January 14, 2012
10:02 a.m.

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More headhunting by Chaires. Get rid of Chaires and the half million dollar a year Asst. Chiefs. Put REAL cops on the street.

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