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Guilty plea in arson at ex-flea market

Serial arson suspect admits setting former Schenectady flea market on fire

In 2010, Schenectady firefighters finish battling a blaze in a building that once housed a flea market.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
In 2010, Schenectady firefighters finish battling a blaze in a building that once housed a flea market.
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A man accused of setting five fires over three years now faces up to 12 years in state prison after pleading guilty this week to an arson count. Nathan A. Perkins, 20, admitted in court Tuesday to setting the May 2010 blaze that leveled the vacant Whitehouse Flea Market building on State Street, prosecutor John Healy said. Perkins is to be sentenced in April to four to 12 years in state prison. In all, Perkins ...


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