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Officers testify in Schenectady woman's murder case

Hearing held on admissibility of Nelligan's statements

Gloria Nelligan takes paperwork from Public Defender Mark Caruso during her arraignment on charges of second-degree murder in Schenectady County Court in April.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Gloria Nelligan takes paperwork from Public Defender Mark Caruso during her arraignment on charges of second-degree murder in Schenectady County Court in April.
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Officers arriving at 23 Mynderse St. the morning of Feb. 23 found Gloria Nelligan upstairs trying to do CPR on her grandson, an officer testified Friday. As paramedics took over, city police Officer Mike Pommer directed Nelligan downstairs to let the paramedics work. He also tried to get information that might help in treating the boy, including what happened to him, on what was then a medical call for an 8-year-old boy. Nelligan told the ...


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