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Albany man convicted for role in March 2018 homicide

Tamale Harris, Jodi Noisseau and Christopher Kondracki Tamale Harris, Jodi Noisseau and Christopher Kondracki |

March 12, 2019 06:56 PM

An Albany man is convicted for his role in a March 2018 homicide.

Tamale Harris, 43, faces up to 19 years in prison when sentenced in April.

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Prosecutors say he was in a group that transported 24-year-old Keisha Richards from Columbia Turnpike in Rensselaer to a home on Partridge Street in Albany as she experienced a drug overdose, then left her for around 12 hours with no medical attention and dumped her in a snowbank.

Another defendant, Jodi Noisseau, 48, pleaded guilty last September – and faces up to 15 years in prison.

A case against the third defendant, Christopher Kondracki, is still pending. He previously pleaded not guilty.

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