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Gloversville landlord accused of removing stop sign with racial epithets

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A Broadalbin man who thought he was doing a good deed instead created a traffic hazard and was arrested when he removed a stop sign that contained racial slurs, city police said. Lee E. Schopmeier, 71, of 647 Lake View Road, faces a charge of criminal nuisance, a Class B misdemeanor. He was accused Thursday of unbolting a stop sign at Lawrence and Franklin streets and leaving it on the ground. Schopmeier allegedly removed the ...


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