Murder suspect could face dual prosecutions in Schenectady and Brooklyn

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A Brooklyn man has now been charged in two separate murders in New York – including one in Schenectady.

Timothy Taylor is accused of killing his ex-wife, Tishawn Folkes-Taylor, at her home on Pleasant Street in Schenectady on May 28.

He’s also accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend Theresa Gregg in Brooklyn weeks earlier.

NewsChannel 13 has learned Taylor could be shuttled back and forth between Schenectady County and Kings County as he faces both prosecutions at the same time.

Taylor is currently being held in Pennsylvania as a fugitive, Schenectady District Attorney Robert Carney said.

Once Taylor is brought back from Pennsylvania to face a murder charge, Carney believes his office will be able to quickly get the case before a grand jury.Hear about what Carney said makes this case different than any other case he’s prosecuted in his career by watching the video of Stella Porter’s story.