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Court rejects appeal in deadly Gloversville arson

Alnutt set fire to building he owned, killing tenant

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Jeffrey Alnutt will remain in prison for arson and second-degree murder after his convictions were upheld by an appeals court Thursday. In 2007, Alnutt, now 60, set fire to one of his properties on Park Street in Gloversville with 39-year-old Debra Morris, a second-floor tenant, still inside. Morris initially escaped but died while returning to her apartment to rescue her cat. Three years later, Alnutt was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison and ...

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