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Jury convicts man of shooting up wrong Schenectady house

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The man accused of shooting up an Elbert Street house last summer was convicted Tuesday of trying to kill the people inside. The verdict came after the jury heard evidence that Joshua Harwood and unidentified other people were responsible for as many as 20 shots fired at the Schenectady home June 12, 2012, after Harwood had an argument with his former girlfriend and her new boyfriend over the phone. The jury also essentially found the ...


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