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    5 things to know this Tuesday, May 21

    By Michael Mahar,

    24 days ago

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    ALBANY, N.Y. ( NEWS10 ) — Happy Tuesday! Stay cool, Meteorologist Matt Mackie says today could be the first day we reach 90 since September of last year.

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    Two EMS employees in Catskill have resigned after an alarming surveillance video has made its rounds on social media. The video depicts the alleged mistreatment of a patient. Also, the Colonie Police Department is investigating a burglary at a doughnut shop. The co-owner of Cider Belly Donuts on Fuller Road said the suspect broke into the back door, broke the cash register, and several tools were smashed. These stories, and more, are covered in your five things to know this Tuesday morning.

    1. EMS employees resign after alleged abuse caught on video

    Two EMS employees in Catskill have resigned after an alarming surveillance video has made its rounds on social media. The video depicts the alleged mistreatment of a patient.

    2. Doughnut shop burglary under investigation

    The Colonie Police Department is investigating a burglary at a doughnut shop. The co-owner of Cider Belly Donuts on Fuller Road said the suspect broke into the back door, broke the cash register, and several tools were smashed.

    3. 75 guns turned in at Watervliet gun buyback

    Over the weekend, 75 firearms were turned in at the Watervliet Gun Buyback. Attorney General Letitia Jame and the Watervliet Police Department hosted the buyback as part of an ongoing effort to combat gun violence in the state.

    4. Possible 911 connection issues reported in Washington County

    Washington County officials are investigating a possible 911 outage. Officials said they received a few reports of Verizon landline phones having issues calling 911.

    5. Parking permits available for Saratoga Springs city residents

    Leaders in Saratoga Springs are reminding drivers who live in the city to register for a summer parking permit. The seasonable parking program allows drivers who live in the city to park in the city-owned lots and garages for free.

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