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Prosecutor: Gallo high when he ran down Schenectady teen

Anthony J. Gallo is led by Schenectady County sheriff's deputies into the Schenectady County Courthouse on March 26 for the first day of his trial in the hit-and-run fatality of Cassandra Boone on Nov. 16, 2011.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Anthony J. Gallo is led by Schenectady County sheriff's deputies into the Schenectady County Courthouse on March 26 for the first day of his trial in the hit-and-run fatality of Cassandra Boone on Nov. 16, 2011.
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The man accused of striking and killing a pedestrian then fleeing the scene smoked crack cocaine minutes before the crash, a prosecutor told a jury Tuesday morning. Prosecutor Brian Gray recounted both the horrific final moments of the life of 19-year-old college student Cassandra Boone and the moments leading up to her death for the jury considering the fate of the man charged with killing her. Causing her death, and fleeing the scene without even ...

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dbsoxs
March 26, 2013
2:32 p.m.

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I'm pretty sure the word "break" that you're using is spelled "brake".

grant18
March 26, 2013
4:21 p.m.

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Where is Carl Strock when we need him?

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