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Second rape trial ends in conviction for Schenectady man

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A Schenectady man was convicted Thursday of raping a physically helpless woman in 2011 and now faces up to 25 years in prison. It was the second trial in the case; the first ended with a hung jury over the summer. Gregory Tucker, 50, formerly of Jay Street, was found guilty of first-degree rape Thursday after a Schenectady County Court jury deliberated just two hours, prosecutor Jessica Lorusso said. Tucker was convicted of raping the ...


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