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Traffic trouble not new for suspect

Woman just paroled in ’07 chase; has 22 suspensions

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Mad-dash chases with the police are apparently nothing new for Schenectady resident Natasha Popolizio. The 25-year-old city woman who allegedly led city police on a 23-minute pursuit that ended with her crashing through a TrustCo Bank in Rotterdam on Thursday already has served jail time for a similar incident in Gloversville six years earlier. In fact, her latest brush with the law comes just more than a month after she was released on parole from ...


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SchenectadyScott
August 3, 2013
9:14 a.m.

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This is just one example of the menacing and criminal behavior that goes on and on...the streets are not safe..only by the grace of God that no one has died in this woman's path. When she gets out...again...she will do the same. Get a nice vehicle, threaten and abuse all of those around you without any regard to quality of life for society. Our focus should be on our overworked, overwhelmed parole officers that can't keep up with these individuals.

SchenectadyScott
August 3, 2013
10:18 a.m.

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And...just a guess....this woman is a snitch...informant..to be able to have a five year delay in justice from her previous crime.....Left the area?....they protect these criminals..who are insane and menaces...

irene58
August 3, 2013
10:37 a.m.

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She should never be able to get a license again. It's just that simple, and if she drives again, lock her up and throw away the key.

grant18
August 3, 2013
11:44 a.m.

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"pulled her our" in 10th paragraph & "and the driving past him" in 13th paragraph are more examples of the poor copy editing that ahs become rife at the Gazette recently. PUH-LEEZE put more effort into this area! Children do read the Gazette & it must make it hard for a teacher to criticize similar errors from them.

grant18
August 3, 2013
11:52 a.m.

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I guess I have to admit I can be human too. It should have been "has," not "ahs" in my post above.

ChuckD
August 3, 2013
12:16 p.m.

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Well played grant18 ; )

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