District Attorney Thomas Spota

DA: L.I. Men Used Fake IDs & Credit Cards To Rent Cars, Sell Them For CheapThree Long Island men used counterfeit credit cards and phony driver's licenses to rent cars at airports and then sell the vehicles at deeply discounted prices, prosecutors said.
L.I. Driver Gets 2 To 6 Years In Fatal Hit-And-RunJoseph Plummer, 49, struck and killed Scott Wayte who was walking across the street to attend his 50th birthday party at a Riverhead restaurant.
Suspected Serial Cat Burglar Nabbed By Suffolk County PoliceErrol D. Barham Jr., 22, of Copiague, is accused of six burglaries and one attempted break-in in Lindenhurst, District Attorney Thomas Spota said.
Gang Of 5 Indicted In String Of Violent Suffolk County Armed RobberiesThey 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.
Authorities Release New Details About Bodies Found On Ocean ParkwaySuffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer announced Tuesday that seven of the 10 victims may have been prostitutes -- including an Asian male who was found in women's clothing.
Suffolk County Narcotics Cops Break Up Luxury Car Drug-Smuggling RingIt was something out of a James Bond movie. Fancy cars with secretly built compartments, concealing stashes of illegal drugs, were driven from California to Long Island.
DA: As Many As 3 Killers Sought In Gilgo Beach Bodies CaseA prosecutor says human remains that have been found along Ocean Parkway -- including the head of a prostitute missing since 2003 -- are the work of as many as 3 killers.
Feds Probing L.I. Beach Corpses Eye LaptopAn agent filed an application seeking access to a laptop belonging to Brooklyn resident Akeem Cruz, who was one of the last people to have been with 22-year-old Megan Waterman, who disappeared after traveling to Hauppauge.
Authorities ID 3 Remaining Beach Body VictimsOfficials say the bodies were identified as three women who worked as prostitutes or escorts and advertised their services online. They were all living in the New York area.
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