Nassau County also plans to put “body cameras’ on a small number of officers later this year.
Police say a Long Island man struck and killed a friend after she got out of his car and started walking because she believed he was drunk.
According to Suffolk County Police, the driver of the 2013 Apollo mini-motorcycle, Richard Scheuermann, was headed northbound on North 8th Street in Lindenhurst when he collided with a 1999 GMC Safari van in front of 120 North 8th St.
A Long Island man was arrested for allegedly driving while intoxicated, after he allegedly crashed through a fence and into the back of a house in Hicksville.
Monica Peterman, 45, was on her way to work when her car was struck on East Main Street and Route 111 in Smithtown on June 14. Peterman was taken to a local hospital where she died.
Police on Long Island alleged Sunday that a man was drunk when he was pulled over with a friend and her 11-year-old son in the car with him.
Police say a Long Island man has been arrested on a drunken-driving charge after a crash that killed the driver of the other car.
Mario Garcia-Sura was sentenced to five to 15 years in prison for aggravated vehicular homicide and driving while intoxicated.
A veteran NYPD detective was fired Wednesday, about a month after authorities said he accidentally shot his partner in the wrist.
Port Authority police said Monday that a driver who sideswiped a car in Manhattan and then went through the Holland Tunnel was arrested after he got stuck in traffic in New Jersey.
Marge Lee, with the group Dedicatedd, said it’s very odd that in Suffolk County and in Queens, DWI arrests have increased, but in Nassau the numbers have fallen in the past three years.
Police in one New Jersey town didn’t have to go far to make an arrest.
A Suffolk County woman has been accused of driving drunk and slamming into a telephone pole with her children in the car.
Police on Long Island arrested a woman on DWI charges Saturday, after she allegedly crashed into a telephone pole with three children in her car and took them along as she ran off.
Documents obtained by CBS 2 show more than 40,000 convicted drivers — nearly three-quarters of offenders — still have not installed ignition interlock devices in their vehicles.