The 22-year-old legally received the first handicap permit following a leg injury but then forged the doctor’s license number and signature to obtain the next nine, police said.
Frazier Glenn Cross, of Aurora, Mo., was booked into Johnson County jail on a preliminary charge of first-degree murder after the attacks Sunday in Overland Park.
The skimmer was discovered by an ATM repairman last month at the TD Bank on Old Country Road in Plainview. Another skimmer was also found at the outside card entrance.
The accident, which involved a Coach USA bus and a pick-up truck, occurred on Roslyn Road near Heathcote Drive in Albertson around 9 a.m. Tuesday.
A corrections officer who was guarding a prisoner on the 9th floor was attacked around 10:30 Wednesday morning. He was slashed on the back of the neck.
Authorities on Long Island are warning homeowners about a pattern of burglaries targeting homes with safes inside. The crime pattern first appeared last summer but the numbers have now more than doubled.
The Nassau County Police Crime Stoppers tipline got an unusual tip leading to the arrest of a man wanted for shooting a woman during a home invasion last spring.
According to police, the suspect has held up five nail salons since Dec. 23. The most recent incident happened Monday around 6:15 p.m. at the Cleo Nails and Spa in New Hyde Park.
During a shoplifting incident, a large rack fell over in Macy’s, CBS 2 reported. Shoppers thought the sound of the crashing rack was gunshots and that caused a panic.
A Long Island police officer who was caught on video pointing his loaded department-issued weapon at a bartender’s head during an off-duty confrontation has been sentenced to no jail time.
In each incident, police said Steven Torres, 21, claimed to be an officer requesting backup for a shooting, an accident and a house fire.
Police said Coshonda Vanderhall, 31, of Mastic, shoplifted $270 worth of clothes from the J.C. Penny in Sunrise Mall in Massapequa. Vanderhall then allegedly punched a female security guard and threw her to the ground.
It happened Sept. 3 while the teen was out riding her bike on Hicksville Road near Thorne Avenue in North Massapequa.
According to police, Brian Harrington told the clerks at Rafael’s in Hewlett and Gulgattie Jewelry at the Tri Count Flea Market in Levittown that he was a police officer who lost his debit card, so the clerks let him write out checks totaling more than $5,200.
A Long Island father was under arrest on homicide charges Wednesday night, after his 7-month-old son died in a car that had been parked under the hot sun for half an hour.