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Trial begins for man who allegedly shot up wrong Schenectady house

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A city man last summer shot up an Elbert Street home with three children inside, a prosecutor said Tuesday morning. It turned out to be the wrong house. The incident followed an argument between the shooter, Joshua Harwood, and his former girlfriend, prosecutor Peter Willis said in opening statements at Harwood’s trial. No one was hurt in the shooting, and none of Harwood’s targets were inside because he went to the wrong house, Willis said. ...


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