Identical twin brothers were behind bars Thursday night on Long Island, charged in a brazen bank robbery spree. At first police thought the same suspect was robbing and driving the getaway car, until they caught the twins together.
Imran Rehman, 20, was driving on Smith Lane and about to turn onto Middle Country Road when he was hit on the driver’s side by an Audi being driven by 37-year-old Debra Pendzick, police said.
James O’Donnell, 47, was driving on Holbrook Road when he hit a Lincoln, injuring the 26-year-old driver and her passenger, police said.
Four New Yorkers were arrested by Suffolk County Police on Friday for their alleged connection to several burglaries dating back to February 8. The burglaries are believed to have taken place in the towns of Centereach, Selden and Coram on Long Island.
Rhatigan’s unlikely story began at a red light Saturday night when he spotted a Mister Softee truck across Nicholls Road.
Police say a Mister Softee driver was stopped at a red light when Robert Martone jumped in through the order window with a gun and demanded money.
Police say 35-year-old Marco Rodriguez-Bravo, of Elizabeth, was found by a family member in a pool in the backyard of a home on Carriage Lane in Centereach.
Suffolk County SPCA chief Ray Gross says all of the cats and kittens are in need of loving homes, including a pregnant female and a nursing mother with five kittens.
Friends Kelly Mallazzo and Kenyen Gaskins were killed in the crash on Jan. 28, 2010, in Centereach.
Police say a 43-year-old Angelo Grimaldi apparently lost control of his car and struck a tree on Bowdoin Road just before 8pm Saturday.
A New York man is being held without bail in the beating death of his fiancDee’s 90-year-old grandmother.
Debris from a fireworks show, along with blue-colored hospital gloves, remains on the ground outside a home in Centereach following a scary accident during a 4th of July bash.
Starbucks Coffee Co. is investigating a complaint that a supervisor at a Centereach store allegedly berated a gay employee during a management meeting, forcing him to resign.
A lawmaker on Long Island says drivers who leave huge chunks of snow and ice on their vehicles after a snowstorm should be subject to a ticket by the police.
Mohammad Younis, 44, was arrested at his home in Centereach Wednesday.