A Schenectady man received 15 months in federal prison Wednesday for selling firearms without a license. One of the firearms was involved in a Schenectady homicide prior to the sale, according to prosecutors.
Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple said on Tuesday that investigators are seeking to bring charges against the Middleburgh teenagers who have allegedly been killing porcupines for sport in Albany and Schoharie counties.
In a case that prosecutor Amy Burock has said included a “crushing avalanche of evidence,” the jury took less than three hours Monday to return its findings and find Myliek Lebron guilty of second-degree murder.
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June 6, 2016
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The 154-page report documents a host of “systemic deficiencies” that gave the two murderers, Richard W. Matt and David Sweat, time and space to plan and execute an intricate and sophisticated prison break.