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Attorney: Former Albany Co. Sheriff's sergeant cleared

April 16, 2017 06:31 PM

The attorney for a former Albany County Sheriff's sergeant says his client has been cleared.

Vincent Igoe was accused of violating an ex-girlfriend's order of protection by driving past her house last May. But, according to Igoe's lawyer, a judge found that there was not enough evidence to prove that the former deputy was the driver.  

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Igoe resigned in 2015 as he faced getting fired after dash cam video showed him tasing a teenager who was kneeling with his hands on his head.

He was also facing allegations in a separate incident of leaving threatening, racist messages on a man's voicemail.

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