Two charged in Schenectady robbery, slashing, records show

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SCHENECTADY – Two people have been arrested, accused in connection with a robbery and slashing earlier this month in Schenectady, authorities said.

The victim suffered cuts to his face and neck area in the attack, according to allegations filed in court.

Arrested were Andrew C. Carnegie, 49, and Brittney L. Fazzone, 38, both listed as homeless, each face one count each of first-degree robbery and first-degree assault, felonies.

They are accused in the March 4 incident at an apartment on Albany Street, accused of taking $70 from the victim and then using a knife to cut him, according to police allegations filed in court. A third person is also being sought, prosecutor Eric Bisaillon said.

The victim was taken to Albany Medical Center for treatment. He has since been released, Bisaillon said.

Carnegie was arrested the same day as the incident and remained in custody Thursday on $100,000 bail. Fazzone was arrested two days later and remained in custody Thursday on $40,000 bail, records show.

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