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GUILDERLAND — Two teens face felony burglary charges for stealing tobacco products from two gas stations in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 2, according to a release from New York State Police.

The incident began with a report of a larceny at Burlington Coat Factory in Crossgates Mall.

Paul Harris

Paul Harris was on parole, having served a 20-year sentence for burglary, when he committed his latest crimes.

Co-conspirator and former Guilderland Town Justice Richarad Sherwood had planned to testify against Thomas Lagan. Asked if that was why Lagan had decided to plead guilty after many months of preparing to fight the charges, Lagan’s attorney E. Stewart Jones said, “Obviously that was not helpful.”

ALBANY COUNTY — Michael Snyder, 59, of Medusa, who worked as a corrections officer at the county jail, was arraigned Friday morning on charges he had raped an inmate at the jail, and had sexual contact with another.

Travis S. Richardson

Police say that two young children watched parts of an attack where their mother was strangled until she lost consciousness.

He also circumvented an ignition interlock device and violated his felony probation.

Carlos Quinones

The 17-year-old was out on $15,000 bail in a rape case when he allegedly waved the gun around during a Vape-cigarette buy in the mall parking lot.

Sellie

Police say Sellie failed to return jewelry to customers or to compensate them.

BERNE — Around 3:30 in the afternoon on Thursday, a person driving on Route 156 in Berne saw a car stopped in the middle of the road, still running. Looking inside the Chevy Malibu, the passerby saw three people were unconscious and called 9-1-1, said Chief Deputy William Rice, of the Albany County Sheriff’s office.

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