Two Long Island men accused of posing as chimney inspectors and targeting the elderly will be arraigned Wednesday on a grand jury indictment.
Police have arrested two men who they said pretended to be chimney cleaners and burglarized the home of a 92-year-old Long Island woman.
Police on Long Island arrested a man on Friday, after he allegedly fled officers in a stolen vehicle and crashed it in Bellport.
Broken glass sprayed through the back of the ambulance and a 19-year-old volunteer was hit in the incident.
Police said someone broke into the Mary Immaculate Church on Browns Lane and stole a three-inch by five-inch gold crucifix.
Jonathan Elsalam has pleaded not guilty to the rape and other charges against him. He’s also facing a $10 million lawsuit filed by the student.
Joseph Pittman was confronted by police in the parking lot as he was trying to flee. Pittman, 34, allegedly brandished the knife and threatened to hurt himself. The officers used their tasers to restrain Pittman, according to police.
Tyler Furia will turn 21 years old on March 22, but will be undergoing surgery the day before so he can donate a kidney to his father Frank. Both men are firefighters in Bellport, Long Island.
Thomas Schultz discovered thousands of paintings, drawings and journals by Arthur Pinajian after he bought a cottage in Bellport in 2007. He was told by members of the Pinajian family to just throw the artwork away.
The 1-year-old mix-breed pup named Midnight was found abandoned in a yard last Wednesday, officials said.
Police say a motorcyclist traveling at a high rate of speed was killed after losing control of his bike and striking a bus and a SUV on Long Island.
Rahiem Greenridge, was arrested Thursday night around 11 p.m. after losing control of his car and crashing into three parked vehicles in the lot of HELP Suffolk homeless shelter, police said.
The town is installing more than a dozen sensors in the area of the Bellport train station. The devices are designed to help police pinpoint where and when gunshots are fired.
Parents rushed to pick up their kids after a smell was causing students and teachers to feel sick.
A member of “America’s first family of fireworks” has admitted he shot and wounded his grandson during a dispute at their Long Island home.