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Schenectady man sentenced to 15 years for stabbing

Schenectady man sentenced to 15 years for stabbing

Occurred at Consaul Road residence in Colonie
Schenectady man sentenced to 15 years for stabbing
Coreen Harris.
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ALBANY — A Schenectady man was sentenced Thursday to 15 years in state prison for stabbing a man in January 2016 at a residence on Consaul Road in Colonie, according to court documents.

Coreen Harris, 35, will also serve five years of post-release supervision, according to the office of Albany County District Attorney P. David Soares.

Harris was found guilty in May of first-degree assault, second-degree assault and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, all felonies, according to Soares' office.

Harris stabbed the other man about 9 p.m. Jan. 17, 2016, with a knife, causing a serious injury and "protracted disfigurement from stab wounds to the face and nose," according to court documents. The victim was also stabbed in the chest, according to Soares' office.

Harris was arrested in Queens after fleeing the Colonie home.

Assistant District Attorneys Brittany Grome and Stephen Lydon prosecuted the case.

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