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Man who admits to Schenectady killing to get 17 years to life

Terell Bethea
Terell Bethea
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A city resident pleaded guilty to murder Wednesday for gunning down another man after an argument last October. Terell Bethea, 28, admitted to one count of second-degree murder in the Oct. 5 shooting death of 43-year-old Charles Bowman on Schenectady Street, minutes before school buses left off children in the area. In exchange for his plea, Bethea is to get 17 years to life in state prison. He is to be sentenced June 5. The ...


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