Police say a father and his young son are dead after the father lost control of his car and crashed into a cemetery on Long Island.
Jerome Arnold, 69, was arrested on charges of leaving the scene of an accident and aggravated unlicensed operator for driving with a suspended license.
Four people were injured, two seriously, after an SUV smashed through the front of a Panera Bread restaurant in East Farmingdale Thursday morning.
The crash occurred around 11 p.m. Sunday on Route 109 near Route 110 in East Farmingdale.
The victim, who has not been identified, was taken to Stony Brook University Hospital where he is being treated for head and internal injuries.
Police said the suspect entered the M&T Bank at 120 Broad Hollow Road around 4 p.m., approached a teller and produced a note demanding cash.
A 20-year-old Long Island man was killed early Sunday when his car slammed into a fence.
Police said 57-year-old Jefferey Hirsch, of Bay Shore, was driving with his wife when he collided with a car stopped at a light on Wellwood Avenue around 7:43 p.m.
The FBI has ceased digging at a Long Island industrial park where the body of a mob underboss was found two years ago. Nothing was found this time.
It’s been a week since the body of Mattia Filippazzo was stolen from a mausoleum and her family came to the East Farmingdale cemetery Tuesday to plead for more help in finding her remains.
“The taking of her body has shattered our peace, and the inability to know that our mother is at rest will haunt us until we can find her,” Stefano Filippazzo said in a statement on behalf of his family.
A distraught family demanded answers Wednesday after thieves vandalized a Long Island cemetery. Suffolk County Police say a group of thieves broke into a mausoleum, stealing the remains of a woman who died 12 years ago.
Three mausoleums have been vandalized and the body of a woman buried 12-year-ago has been stolen from the St. Charles Cemetery in East Farmingdale, police said.