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Prosecutor says fatal Schenectady shooting was revenge for car theft

Schenectady firefighter/paramedics and police officers tend to the driver of this car who has shot in the head in a field on the Norwood Avenue side of Mont Pleasant Middle School on Nov. 12, 2013.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Schenectady firefighter/paramedics and police officers tend to the driver of this car who has shot in the head in a field on the Norwood Avenue side of Mont Pleasant Middle School on Nov. 12, 2013.
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The man accused of firing the fatal shot that ended a wild November car chase through the Mont Pleasant neighborhood was himself the victim of a gunpoint carjacking earlier that evening, a prosecutor said Friday. Prosecutor Philip Mueller said 20-year-old Nicholas Khan joined up with two others to find the men who stole the car. When they spotted the men on Crane Street, a chase ensued. The early-morning chase ended two miles and multiple shots ...


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