Police on Wednesday arrested a man who allegedly robbed two banks, and tried to rob four more, within a period of seven months in Suffolk County.
Suffolk County police have arrested two men in connection with a series of armed robberies that have taken place over the past week thanks to a quick thinking Nassau County Police Officer.
According to Suffolk County police, the suspect entered the bank at 5191-6 Sunrise Hwy. in Bohemia at around 12:20 p.m., approached the teller and produced a note that demanded cash.
Following an exchange of bullets the suspect took off into the woods where he was eventually tracked down. The suspect suffered a gunshot wound to the arm during the battle.
Suffolk County police on Saturday launched a training exercise simulating a gunman opening fire in a school.
Robert Stundis, 48, was arrested on Oct. 10 after police pulled him over on the Long Island Expressway after numerous 911 callers noticed a mini-bus swerving in and out of lanes with a blown front tire.
A woman was left in critical condition this week after a fire broke out in the Suffolk County apartment complex where she lived.
Graphic designer Annemarie Albate, who got engaged in December, believes she dropped the ring Tuesday in the parking lot of the Kmart store in Bohemia.
Police say Veronica Austin, 22, was driving her Chevrolet Trailblazer on Sunrise Highway North Service Road at around 11:15 p.m. last night when she crashed west of Pond Road.
Although for decades now the building has been used as the youth center, it was originally the main church for this congregation, built more than 120 years ago.
Police say Bennie Rouse, 22, was driving westbound on Sunrise Highway when he was shot by someone in a vehicle that pulled up next to his car.
The Suffolk County district attorney said Brian Andersen “purchased and possessed a number of illegal weapons including illegal machine guns, unregistered automatic and semi-automatic handguns and a stolen firearm.”
What once was lost has now been found in Bohemia.
“Just bring it back — I don’t care who you are or what it was all about. Just, if you could, please just drop it off and, you know, and I’ll chuck it off as a loss,” James McGuigan said.
Cameraman Phil Datz said he went to Bohemia where suspects were being arrested after a police chase. Datz said as soon as he started filming, he was approached by a Fifth Precinct sergeant.