According to Suffolk County police, the suspect entered the Capital One Bank located at 1235 Montauk Hwy. in Mastic, approached a teller, and presented a note demanding cash at around 3:40 p.m.
Police on Long Island have been trying to find out who would be so heartless as to vandalize vans meant to transport the developmentally disabled.
Suffolk County Legislator Robert Calarco, D-Patchogue, has proposed a bill that would begin with voluntary inspections of training and cleanliness.
Lynn Eskanazi and her family are battling for damages after a neighbor’s oil tank leaked, and sent a toxic plume next door. Staggering legal bills are now the issue.
Julian Velasquez allegedly sent threatening messages to the officer, saying that the officer should be careful where he goes around town while off-duty.
Authorities said the suspects stole catalytic converters from vans owned by the charity AHRC in the middle of the night. It could cost as much as $25,000 to repair the vans.
Ivey Dixon, 27, was arraigned on a second-degree assault charge. Bond was set at $15,000.
Surveillance video shows a black sedan followed by a Jeep Cherokee pulling into a valet area outside of the Huntington estate on Monday afternoon.
Suffolk County police are asking the public’s help in identifying the suspect. They say he entered St. Anthony’s Church in East Northport around 1:45 p.m. on Feb. 2 and stole the box.
The alleged incident started after police say the suspect, identified by authorities as Ivey Dixon, became upset that the bus did not make an unscheduled stop.
Confusion set in Wednesday after word of a little known New York state liquor law surfaced. It threatens to end weekend brunch traditions for many.
A Suffolk County police spokeswoman says no suspects have been identified in Monday’s shooting of 69-year-old Gary Melius.
On Tuesday, police searched 35-year-old Andy Gayot’s home in Lindenhurst where they said they found the 15-year-old girl and 21-year-old woman. Police said the teen was a runaway.
Erica Santana and Nicholas Hernandez were both in handcuffs as they faced the judge at First District Court on Wednesday. The 5-month-old baby boy was taken away from the couple after 180 heroin packets were found in their car.
Amityville trustees said capping police salaries at $150,000 would save the village approximately $800,000 over four years.