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Man gets prison for conning woman out of $200K

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Con man Frank Kindlon is heading back to prison after bilking $200,000 from a woman who thought she was paying for legal fees for a mutual acquaintance in what turned out to be a fictitious court case. Judge Thomas Breslin sentenced the 69-year-old Delmar man to serve seven to 15 years in state prison in Albany County Court Tuesday. Kindlon pleaded guilty to one felony count of grand larceny in July. Kindlon, the cousin of ...


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