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Judge accepts Schenectady cop’s plea in road-rage incident

Terms of dismissal include retirement

Schenectady police Detective John Hotaling faces the media as he leaves Glenville Town Court on Tuesday after agreeing to plea deal in a 2013 road-rage incident.
Schenectady police Detective John Hotaling faces the media as he leaves Glenville Town Court on Tuesday after agreeing to plea deal in a 2013 road-rage incident.
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A Glenville Town Court judge approved a plea deal Tuesday night that could ultimately result in a menacing case against Schenectady police Detective John Hotaling being dismissed after certain provisions are met. Justice Paul Davenport approved the deal after hearing from attorneys and over the objections of one of the victims in the case. Hotaling was accused of pointing a gun at two men in an April 2013 road-rage incident on Maple Avenue in Glenville. ...


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Appliancerepaircenter
June 18, 2014
8:27 a.m.

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Yes this is why our justice system needs an over hall? Why why why should this cop get off ? If this was me or you, we would be in jail, this cop could of killed a kid ? Over him going to slow??? Nice Job Justice Paul Davenport !!!!!

wmarincic
June 19, 2014
7:24 a.m.

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From reading the article it seems that the accuser Arnow not only disrupted the court proceeding but went outside to pick a fight. Hmm...

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