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Schenectady man who allegedly struck, killed bicyclist faces charges

Pablo Cruz
Pablo Cruz
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The Schenectady man accused of striking and killing a bicyclist while driving drunk and then fleeing police with the man still pinned to his truck was arraigned Thursday morning on a slew of misdemeanor and felony charges, chief among them second-degree murder. Pablo Cruz, 39, of 1060 Helderberg Ave., pleaded not guilty to a number of charges during his arraignment before Judge Andrew Ceresia in Albany County Court, according to a news release issued by ...

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