Thomas Moroughan, 26, was arrested on February 27 in Huntington Station after the two Nassau County police officers said the cab driver confronted them and tried to run one of them over. He was planning to file a lawsuit.
The Countrywood Primary Center in the South Huntington district school said that a doctor had initially suspected MRSA “was a distinct possibility,” but tests came back negative.
“I also want to reassure you that our district has taken a proactive approach to this problem,” principal Karen Siegel said in a letter to parents.
Thomas Moroughan said after a court appearance Friday that he didn’t deserve to get shot following a dispute with two off-duty Nassau County police officers last weekend and was just doing his job.
Suffolk County police said Thomas Moroughan was shot in the chest and arm early Sunday during a dispute with the two off-duty Nassau County officers in Huntington Station.
Suffolk County police said Thomas Moroughan pulled up near two off-duty Nassau County officers and an argument started.
Police arrested Milton Vasquez, 27, Sunday night in Huntington Station for allegedly driving while intoxicated with his 21-month-old daughter in the car.
Shootings and killings have become a common nightmare among residents in Huntington Station since last summer, but now there’s a new fight against crime in the Long Island community.
There will be no more reusable shopping bags at the Long Island-based King Kullen supermarket chain.
People here Huntington Station have been shocked and sickened by the increase in crime.
There are 21 extra officers on patrol day and night in the troubled Long Island community.
As Suffolk lawmakers agree to establish a police substation in gang-plagued Huntington Station, there’s a call from the county executive to create a gang registry.
Since May, there have been over a dozen shootings or stabbings, plus two murders in Huntington Station.
More crime fighting plans are in the works for a Long Island town that has been plagued with shootings, stabbings and murders over the past several months.
A Long Island man is facing felony charges for allegedly driving drunk with a toddler in his car.