The shot spotter system cost over $500,000 to be installed in Huntington Station and four other communities within Suffolk County.
As the investigation continues into Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy’s campaign finances, one lawmaker is already calling for Levy to step down.
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.
Aside from being put on a list for everyone to see, convicted animal abusers would also pay an annual fee of $50 to maintain the registry so taxpayers wouldn’t have to fund it.
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.