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Albany man pleads guilty to role in murder

May 17, 2019 04:09 PM

An Albany man pleaded guilty to murder on Friday, for his role in the death of Equan Fallen.

Shaquille Moore, 27, was one of two people arrested in connection with that shooting last summer.

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Police say Moore and Trayron Palmer intentionally shot at a group of people on Livingston Avenue back in June.

Fallen was shot in the chest and later died.

Last month, Palmer was sentenced to 23 years in prison.

Moore faces 18 years to life when he is sentenced in July.

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