Louis Abate reportedly entered a not guilty plea on Friday at his arraignment in Central Islip federal court. He was released on $100,000 bond.
Suffolk County police say the driver of an SUV was killed in a fiery crash with a Long Island Rail Road train. Nobody on the train was hurt.
A Long Island lawmaker who admitted to revealing portions of an internal investigation about police failures in a domestic-violence case that led a woman’s death was found in contempt by a federal judge on Friday. He was fined $2,500.
One of the most ridiculed and criticized — yet successful — closers in Mets history is making a comeback. Good ol’ Armando Benitez has resurfaced with none other than the Long Island Ducks of the independent Atlantic League.
Four associates of a New York businessman convicted in a $400 million Ponzi scheme were arrested early Wednesday on charges that they pocketed nearly $38 million in commissions for their efforts in advancing the fraud, federal prosecutors said.
Chaos and commotion broke out just steps from Family Court in Central Islip on Tuesday. The incident was described by some witnesses as a soap opera gone wild.
Philip Datz, who works for Stringer News Service, claims in the lawsuit that the Suffolk County police department engaged in a pattern of harassing journalists.
Police say a Long Island man has been arrested in connection with the discovery of a Central Islip woman’s body in Suffolk County.
Authorities said that 45-year-old Daniel Rodriguez was also charged for failing to register as a sex offender.
According to authorities, 55-year-old Juana Cabrera of Central Islip was crossing Lowell Avenue when 45-year-old Charles Wright, also of Central Islip, hit her with his Honda SUV.
They allegedly wore masks and brandished handguns and knives. On Monday, charges were levied in a string of violent armed robberies on Long Island. Homeowners and store owners said there is relief now that five people have been put behind bars.
Police say the driver hit a tree with his SUV in front of a two-story home before it flipped and crashed through the home’s garage.
A Long Island mom is in the legal fight of her life after being accused of letting kids get drunk at her home. Michelle McKinney will be in court Wednesday, but she said suspicion she served booze to 14-year-olds is already a life sentence.
A man says he phoned in a bomb threat against the Long Island Power Authority to try to get power back to his grandmother’s house after Tropical Storm Irene.
Police say Rajiv Pandey called a TV news station on Friday and threatened to place a bomb at a company facility.