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Firing at Schenectady house nets man 20 years

2012 shooting was apparently aimed at wrong home

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The man convicted last month of shooting up a Schenectady house on Elbert Street was sentenced Wednesday to 20 years in state prison. The sentencing came as the prosecutor in the case called the defendant, Joshua Harwood, a “virtual menace to society,” noting that the 30-year-old has a long criminal history. Harwood maintains that he didn’t shoot up the house. A GPS tracker placed on a car that prosecutors said was driven only by Harwood ...


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