Sentencing adjourned in Troy quadruple homicide case

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The sentencing of a man convicted in a 2017 Troy quadruple homicide has been adjourned.

James White was scheduled to be sentenced in Rensselaer County Court, on Wednesday.

It’s not known when the new sentencing date will be.

Last month, a jury found White guilty of breaking into a home in Lansingburgh in 2017 and killing two women and two children.

White defended himself during the trial, saying his co-defendant Justin Mann was the only one responsible for the murders.