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Plea deal follows Schenectady man's 9th DWI arrest

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A Schenectady man arrested last year on his ninth lifetime drunken-driving charge — second in the past 10 years — pleaded guilty Monday to a felony driving while intoxicated count, a prosecutor said. In return for his plea, 55-year-old Kenneth Conner is to go into an intensive treatment program, focusing on both his alcohol problem and some mental health issues, prosecutor Stephanie Hughes said. The plea also comes with restrictions designed to ensure Conner does ...

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November 19, 2013
3:22 a.m.

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Keep giving this guy chances....he belongs in prison...he will kill someone...9 times and you get a plea deal? does it get to 9 times?...and they still give him a deal! is always too late when they do something....