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Schenectady man allegedly set up carjacking that led to murder

Schenectady firefighter/paramedics and police officers tend to a gunshot victim near Mont Pleasant Middle School on Nov. 12.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Schenectady firefighter/paramedics and police officers tend to a gunshot victim near Mont Pleasant Middle School on Nov. 12.
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A Schenectady man is accused of setting in motion the November carjacking that led to a retaliatory murder. Ishon T. Williams was arraigned Monday morning in Schenectady County Court on a new indictment charging him with first-degree robbery and 14 other counts. The indictment relates to the Nov. 12 armed robbery of alleged drug dealer Nicholas Khan near Williams’ Chestnut Street residence. Two of Williams’ alleged associates, William Riddick and Dayshon McKenzie, are alleged to ...


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