Detectives said around 11 p.m. Wednesday Benson pulled out a gun and stole money from Cummings and her friend Henry Wrobel, then shot Wrobel in the leg before running from the scene.
Residents are upset that bow-hunting is being allowed closer to homes inside a recently-renovated nature trail in Kings Park, Long Island.
Suffolk County police arrested a Kings Park man on Monday, on allegations that he robbed seven banks in a period of just over two weeks.
A swastika, pentagram, upside down cross and other graffiti were spray painted on playground equipment at San Remo Community Park in Kings Park between 5 p.m. Sunday and 9:30 a.m. Monday, police said.
Kings Park schools officials removed several religious references, including “Holy infant” and “Christ the Savior,” from the popular Christmas carol before a student concert last week.
Mark Kern, 54, of Kings Park was arrested following the four-month-long Operation Green Thumb.
A man was seriously injured when Sunday afternoon when his motorcycle struck a vehicle with two 82-year-old sisters inside in Kings Park, Long Island.
Charles Richie’s property at 21 Heather Drive in the quaint Kings Park community is littered with piles of scrap metal, wood, paper goods, broken electronics, tools and broken furniture.
Charles Richie’s property at 21 Heather Drive in the quaint Kings Park community is littered with piles of scrap metal, wood, and broken furniture.
The former Kings Park Psychiatric Center is located on hundreds of acres overlooking the Long Island Sound. But the facility closed in 1996 and the site has remained untouched since.
Basking Ridge, N.J. Hits 95 Degrees April 16; Unusually Warm Weather Brings Red Flag Brush Fire Warnings
The heat is on in the Big Apple. Temperatures are expected to be about 25 degrees above normal, making it feel like July.
Residents in one Long Island community are at their wits end trying to get an eyesore cleaned up. They it’s been impossible to get any action from the property owner, because he’s “up the river.”
The bicyclist, Jonathan Tully, 16, was admitted to Stony Brook University Medical Center in stable but guarded condition.
Although officers searched the grounds and used a helicopter in the air, the suspect was not found.
The boy’s grandmother, Nancy Vasquez of Kings Park, said she heard a “blast” and thought it was a gunshot.