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Nassau Man Burglarized Multiple Businesses On His Own Block: NCPD
According to police, the Burglary Pattern Team conducted an investigation and found that Todd Klein, 49, of 10 Nassau Blvd., was responsible for multiple burglaries of businesses where merchandise and cash were removed.
Store owner sentenced for selling K2 drug
A Medford store owner was sentenced Friday in federal court in Central Islip for selling K2, an illegal drug that is also known as synthetic marijuana and “spice,” officials said.
Two Arrests Made in Connection With Farmingdale LIRR Station Mugging, Cops Say
Farmingdale, NY - August 17, 2018 -Second Squad detectives report the arrest of anEast Patchoguewoman and aBay Shoreman for a Robbery that occurred on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at 11:35 p.m. at the Long Island Railroad Station inFarmingdale.
Man Robbed Ralph's Italian Ice At Knifepoint: SCPD
COMMACK, NY - A Commack man was arrested on Wednesday for robbing a business at knifepoint and attempting to burglarize a home in Commack, according to Suffolk Police.
Crash Reported On LIE During Rush Hour: DOT
HAUPPAUGE, NY - A crash was reported on the Long Island Expressway in Hauppauge during rush hour on Friday morning, according to the New York State DOT.
Nassau Police Looking For Missing Vulnerable Adult
According to police, Mohammad Saleem, 30, was last seen in his home at 4 a.m. on Aug. 17. Saleem is 30 and was last seen wearing a gray tank top and black pants. He is 5 feet, 1 inch tall, 100 pounds and has black hair, black eyes and a black mustache. He is non-verbal. His possible destination is u
Man Faces Animal Cruelty, Other Charges After Abused Dog Found In Greenwich, Police Say
A 23-year-old man allegedly abused a dog and attempted to lie about its death to police investigators after it was found injured at a park in Fairfield County.On June 3, a mastiff was found roaming in Bruce Park in Greenwich, displaying signs and symptoms consistent with having been abused, police s
MS-13 Members Charged With Murders, Drug Trafficking Across LI
CENTRAL ISLIP, NY - A total of 12 gang members were charged in connection to 3 murders and drug trafficking on Long Island, the U.S. Attorney's office announced on Thursday.
3 LI restaurants to try this weekend
The essential Long Island restaurant combines pizzeria with casual Italian eatery. Most communities have at least one spot that stands astride these two necessities. Here are three to visit whenever you're near, either to eat in or for take out.Fanaticoin Jericho is a relative of Emilio's in Commack
Official: Restaurant evacuated due to carbon monoxide
One person was hospitalized for evaluation and seven others were treated after firefighters found elevated levels of carbon dioxide Wednesday night at two stores in Commack, a fire official said.The Commack Fire Department responded to Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza on Jericho Turnpike near Town Line Ro
Stamford man pleads guilty in fatal Greenwich overdose
Christopher Brokaw, 43, of Schuyler Avenue, pleaded guilty in state Superior Court in Stamford to first-degree manslaughter and narcotics sales. Brokaw, who has been jailed since his arrest, will be sentenced in October to 30 months in prison.
Five MS-13 gang members arraigned, prosecutors say
Five alleged members of MS-13 on Long Island were arraigned Thursday on new racketeering charges -- including murder and attempted murder -- and prosecutors say now more than two dozen members of the notorious gang have been linked to 16 murders.Four of the defendants arraigned Thursday have been pr
Police: Bookkeeper charged in stealing from boss
A Hicksville woman was arrested Wednesday and charged with stealing thousands of dollars from an 86-year-old Levittown woman who had employed her as a bookkeeper, Nassau County police said.Odette Seda, 37, stole the money between June 2016 and December 2017 by forging checks in the victim's name, po
West Islip School Calendar 2018-19: First Day Of School, Vacation
WEST ISLIP, NY — The first day of School in West Islip is September 4 — and whether you and the kids are looking forward to the new school year or are dreading the end of summer, you'll want to mark the dates on your calendar ASAP. The West Islip School District has released its 2018-2019 calendar f
Two Suspects Stole $1,400 in Clothing from Huntington Station Department Store, SCPD Says
SCPD are seeking two people who stole clothing from a store in Huntington Station.Photo by: Suffolk County Police Department
Residents split in goose dispute in Long Island village
INQUIRER.net stock photoBRIGHTWATERS, N.Y. (AP) — Residents of a Long Island village are divided over what to do about a glut of goose droppings around town.Brightwaters Mayor John Valdini tells Newsday in a story published Sunday that the village has gotten about a dozen complaints about its Canada
Hauppauge School Calendar 2018-19: First Day Of School, Vacations
HAUPPAUGE, NY— The first day of school in Hauppauge is September 5 — and whether you and the kids are looking forward to the new school year or are dreading the end of summer, you'll want to mark the dates on your calendar ASAP. The Hauppauge School District has released its 2018-2019 calendars for
Town approves plans for 160 apartments in Smithtown, Commack - TBR News Media
The Lofts at Maple & Main by East Hampton-based developer VEA 181st Realty Corp. will consist of four buildings on the site of the former Nassau Suffolk Lumber & Supply Company in Smithtown. A mixed-use, three-story building will be constructed facing Main Street consisting of approximately 9,400 sq
Nassau Police Help Deliver Baby
According to police, a 911 call came in for a woman in a home on Rose Avenue who had gone into labor. When police officers Anthony Montesano and Joseph Russo arrived, they found that the mother had just given birth. The two officers helped stimulate breathing in the baby and wrapped it in a blanket
Sweltering Heat Before More Storms For Long Island
Nearly 5 inches of rain fell on Long Island through the first 13 days of August, three times more than normal for the period, and there's more on the way Friday and Saturday.