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BALLSTON SPA — A Queensbury man pleaded guilty Friday to a felony identity theft charge in Saratoga County Court.

Adam J. Rouse, 34, of Main Street, pleaded guilty to second-degree identity theft in connection with a June 2018 arrest in Wilton.

He used another person's information to open an account to obtain more than $500 in merchandise in Wilton, police records show.

Rouse is being held in Saratoga County Jail, and faces up to 4 years in state prison when sentenced Sept. 27 by Saratoga County Judge James Murphy. Charges are still pending against co-defendant Lisa M. Younes, 36, of Hudson Falls.

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