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Court throws out drug charges facing Duanesburg man

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All drug charges filed against a Duanesburg man were dismissed Wednesday after a pretrial ruling came out in his favor. Robert L. Thomas Jr., 38, of Route 7, Duanesburg, was arrested Jan. 2 by state police after he was pulled over on the Thruway in Rotterdam. Thomas was stopped, according to police, because his license plate light didn’t work. A subsequent search of the vehicle uncovered a backpack containing more than 300 hydrocodone pills and ...


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