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Second arrest made in tree-cutting at Gloversville school

Tree damage is seen in front of Gloversville High School on Friday, June 13, 2014, after a student was charged with cutting down 17 trees overnight.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Tree damage is seen in front of Gloversville High School on Friday, June 13, 2014, after a student was charged with cutting down 17 trees overnight.
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A second Gloversville High School senior was arrested Monday for his alleged role in cutting down 17 trees at the high school. Now the two students are in danger of not being able to graduate later this month. Vincent Scott, 18, who was charged Monday, and Kurtis Callen, 18, who was charged last week, will meet with school district officials to determine their graduation status, said school spokeswoman Betsy Demars. A time for the hearing ...


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