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Man found guilty again in 2009 Larkfest stabbings

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A Troy man whose initial conviction in the stabbing of three people during Larkfest in 2009 was overturned has been convicted again. Albany County District Attorney P. David Soares said today that Anthony Harden, 30, was found guilty Monday of two felony counts of second-degree assault. Harden was found guilty of three felony counts of first-degree assault in February 2010 and sentenced to a total of 65 years in prison. That conviction was overturned in ...


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