State police on Monday closed a five-mile stretch of parkway on New York’s Long Island to look for human remains and other clues in the case of a possible serial killer.
While sending New York’s former chief financial officer to prison, Inspector General Ellen Biben launched investigations into state bus driver licensing, violence in youth detention halls, Nassau County crime lab mistakes, personal use of state vehicles by prison officials and grant awards by the New York Power Authority.
There may be two killers — not one — on Long Island. That’s what law enforcement sources are telling CBS News about the investigation into the 10 sets of human remains found along Ocean Parkway.
The state medical examiner is conducting forensic tests on a human skull found at Jones Beach yesterday, while local and state police say no new discoveries have been made in the area.
The remains discovered Monday by investigators looking for more possible victims of a serial killer at Jones Beach State Park are likely human, WCBS 880′s Peter Haskell said citing a report from Newsday.
While investigators scour miles of desolate New York beachfront, dozens of detectives are inspecting credit card receipts, telephone records, and old traffic tickets in the hunt for a possible serial killer.
New York state police say they have found all the surviving passengers who were on the casino bus that crashed last weekend in the Bronx, killing 15 people.
It was definitely the same man raping women and girls along the East Coast, the attacks spanning from Connecticut to Virginia and growing more horrific as year after year passed. Investigators just didn’t know who it was.
A video taken by a passenger when the doors opened showed a narrow walkway beneath the tracks and the street below.
Mayor Robert Bowser was accused of sexually harassing a city employee and misappropriating city funds. The city council drafted legislation authorizing an investigation into the claims, but it hasn’t gotten off the ground yet.
Archbishop Timothy Dolan flatly rejected the idea that the church is hiding $130 million dollars in an effort to avoid paying off sex abuse victims.
Attorneys in Milwaukee are seeking to bring New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan back to Milwaukee for questioning in an ongoing lawsuit.
Bystanders with cell phones were able to capture flames bursting through the fourth floor windows of the burning apartment house, where two children jumped out of a window.
Authorities have launched an investigation after an amateur video was posted online showing a police officer punching a Rutgers University student during an arrest over the weekend.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg was scheduled to show an undercover video on Monday of illegal firearms sales at the Phoenix gun show last week.