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Schenectady man headed back to prison after plea in his third drug case

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A Schenectady man convicted a decade ago in a drug trial where the main witness went missing pleaded guilty to new drug charges Thursday and faces as much as 4 years in prison. William Hilts, 48, pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of third-degree attempted criminal sale of a controlled substance, a felony. He admitted to trying to sell cocaine Feb. 27, 2012, on Paige Street. He had been accused of that sale and another ...


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