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Admitted Schenectady arsonist gets 4 to 12 years

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The man who admitted to setting the May 2010 blaze that leveled the vacant Whitehouse Flea Market building on State Street was sentenced Thursday to four to 12 years in state prison. The sentence gives the state Department of Corrections and Community Service wide latitude in determining when he is ready to be released under parole supervision, prosecutor John Healy said. Nathan A. Perkins, 20, admitted in court in February to setting the flea market ...

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