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Guilty verdict in Schenectady homicide over life insurance money

December 12, 2018 06:27 PM

A Schenectady contractor is found guilty of first-degree murder in a scheme to kill a man for life insurance money.

A jury convicted 54-year-old Tarchand Lall for hiring hit men from Delaware to kill Charles Dembrosky, who did construction work for him.

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Dembrosky was shot to death in November 2016.

Prosecutors say Lall was the beneficiary of Dembrosky's $150,000 life insurance policy.

The jury acquitted Lall on charges that he tried to have a potential witness in the case killed.

Lall faces life in prison without parole when he's sentenced in February.

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