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Student’s killer gets up to 32 years

Driver high on drugs hit woman on Erie Boulevard

Anthony Gallo, the man convicted in April of driving while impaired by drugs when he hit and killed 19-year-old college student Cassandra Boone, reacts to his sentence this morning. He is to serve up to 32 years in state prison. His attorney, Michael Mansion is at left.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Anthony Gallo, the man convicted in April of driving while impaired by drugs when he hit and killed 19-year-old college student Cassandra Boone, reacts to his sentence this morning. He is to serve up to 32 years in state prison. His attorney, Michael Mansion is at left.
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Anthony Gallo, the man convicted in April of driving while impaired by drugs when he hit and killed 19-year-old college student Cassandra Boone, was sentenced Thursday to up to 32 years in state prison. “Your actions not only took the life of Cassandra Boone, but affected permanently her family and friends,” acting Schenectady County Court Judge Richard Giardino told Gallo. Pamela Bolden, Boone’s mother, described her daughter as an inspiration to all who loved her, ...

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cidbil
June 7, 2013
7:12 a.m.

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"Gallo, 35, of Rotterdam, expressed no regret in court Thursday."....Figures. And of course now that he's been convicted, he's exchanged the poor doofus look for the prison thug look, I'm sure the neck and face tattoo's are already being planned......jerk!!!

Scacman6562
June 7, 2013
10:24 a.m.

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Good riddance, loser! Way to show ZERO compassion or regret.

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