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Former Anti-Violence Activist Convicted of 1992 Murder
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Former Anti-Violence Activist Convicted of 1992 Murder

Meaghan M. McDermott

Democrat and Chronicle

ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Former Rochester anti-violence advocate Joyce E. “Joy” Powell was found guilty of second-degree murder this morning by an Orleans County jury .

Powell, 49, is currently serving a 16-year prison term for a prior conviction on burglary and assault charges.

She was convicted today of the murder of John Rutledge, 37, of Rochester, who was found dead in a ditch on the side of Sawyer Road in Carlton, Orleans County, on June 6, 1992. He had been shot several times.

Read the entire story at the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.

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