Police said a man walked into the store and then forced the manager into a back office where he throws him to the ground and punches him repeatedly.
Even though it appeared most of the roof collapsed, there were no injuries. But there was a rush of water from inside, with ceiling tiles and the contents of the roof draining into the store.
There’s little doubt that Gotti is nursing a stab wound, but other circumstances surrounding the story are a mystery.
John Gotti Jr. told police he was stabbed in the stomach Sunday at around 9:45 p.m. in the parking lot of CVS in Syosset while trying to break up a fight.
Police on Sunday were searching for a suspect who stole a woman’s purse at a Staten Island CVS drugstore.
Attorney Susan Chana Lask said Hyun Lee used her own name when ordering pictures online, but noticed her name was listed as “Ching Chong Lee” on the receipt when she picked up the photos on Feb. 7 at a CVS in Egg Harbor City.
Rickey McFadden, 47, was killed on Nov. 25 after being suspected of robbing a CVS store in Leonia at knife-point.
Natalie Akselrod said she made the mistake of leaving her 6-month-old twin boys, Asher and Neftali, in her mini-van for a split second as she ran into a CVS to get a prescription for one of one the boys.
The state attorney general’s office has begun a preliminary investigation into a CVS pharmacy’s mistaken distribution of pills for the treatment of breast cancer to children.
CVS pharmacy said its Chatham location may have given as many as 50 families the breast cancer fighting drug Tamoxifen, instead of fluoride tablets for children, over the last 60 days.
Cops: Man Arrested for Burglarizing Doctor’s Office After Trying To Fill Prescription At L.I. Pharmacies
A St. James man has been arrested for burglarizing a doctor’s office after he was caught trying to fill forged prescriptions at two local pharmacies on Friday, police said.
Police say a man in his late 20s intentionally set fire to a display inside a Long Island pharmacy in September.
Police are investigating a robbery at a Long Island pharmacy that occurred exactly one week after four people were shot to death in a Medford drug store.
Police say they all took place between April 28 and May 8. They say the suspect walks in to a store covering his face with his hand under his shirt pretending to have a gun and demands cash at the register.
A defense lawyer says a Long Island man is “as shocked as anyone” at his arrest on charges of buying pills, swapping cheaper products into their boxes, returning them for refunds and selling the original drugs online.