Suffolk County police helped members of the U.S. Marshals New York/New Jersey task force arrest a Central Islip man wanted in connection with the shooting of a Copiague man, on Monday.
Detectives in Suffolk County are investigating a shooting that took place in the parking lot of a Central Islip bar on Saturday morning.
The accident happened in Central Islip shortly after 8 a.m. Wednesday.
Lynch said 19-year-old Vanessa Argueta was shot execution style in 2010 because she had allegedly shown disrespect to the MS-13 gang.
Karen Benjamin, 56, was struck by a BMW as she was jogging in Mount Sinai on June 23. She suffered a severe head injury and remained comatose until she died a month later.
A woman was ordered held on $150,000 bond Sunday after being caught driving drunk with her granddaughter in the car, and lying about her identity, according to a published report.
Officers conducting surveillance spotted Tyreek Langs, with the baby in his arms, walk down the street and sell heroin to a drug buyer at the corner of Peters Boulevard and Kelly Avenue, police said.
Three gunshot killings in about two days has residents in a normally quiet Central Islip neighborhood worried.
Officers responded to a home on Densfield Road after John Beaumont called police to report that he stabbed his brother Thomas during an argument.
According to Ryan Dunleavy of the Courier News, Carlos Zambrano signed a contract with the Ducks earlier this week. The 31-year-old, formerly one of the top pitchers in the National League, was a three-time All-Star in the majors and the NL wins leader in 2006.
The shooting happened around 9:10 a.m. inside the U.S. Courthouse in Central Islip in an area designated for federal and Homeland Security officers.
William Tabert, 52, was operating a 21-foot Malibu motorboat when it struck a 50-foot sailboat that was moored and carrying a family of four.
Allan Concepcion, 38, is accused of having sex with a 16-year-old girl a number of times. He was released after posting $5,000 cash bail.
When officers canvassed the area near a weekend burglary, they came upon James Lovret, 30, and charged him with second degree burglary, police announced.
Officials said as many as 50 cats and at least one dog were found living in deplorable conditions at the home on Bayonne Avenue in Central Islip.