Under the terms of the plea deal, Raymond Roth has agreed to serve 90 days in jail and five years of probation, according to the Nassau County district attorney.
Irene Luetje, 60, of North Massapequa, was found lying in the front yard of a Sandy-damaged home on Ocean Avenue around 12:30 p.m. last Thursday, police said.
The woman has not been identified. The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death.
Clyde lost about half his weight, but a veterinarian has given the dog a clean bill of health.
The Pfails hadn’t planned for a road trip to the nation’s capital next week, but Sen. Charles Schumer invited them to the second inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Police say a Long Island woman was drunk when her car drifted off the road, struck a parked vehicle and overturned with her 6-year-old daughter inside.
Sunrise Mall in Nassau County was evacuated Monday evening, after a woman described as acting “incoherently” dumped two suitcases and a shopping bag in front of a jewelry store and walked away.
Across Long Island, free Thanksgiving meals are available for those who no longer have homes.
LIPA also had a change of heart about the inspection they told residents would have to undergo before they could get power, but the big move was not enough to end the outrage.
Long Island residents were rallying Saturday for fed up power customers to voice their frustration about still being in the dark.
The Massapequa man was arrested Monday after he crashed a school bus carrying 29 Plainedge Middle School students during a field trip in Cold Spring Harbor, Suffolk County police said.
Witnesses said a man and a woman suffered stab wounds in the incident just after 10 a.m.
Ryan Bernhardt was arrested for telling a fellow student he “wanted to blow up the school” and that “I hope to get a chance to kill everyone,” according to authorities.
Nassau County prosecutors say Raymond Roth is accused of contacting his estranged wife by telephone on Wednesday night. She has an order of protection.
Jonathan Roth had a brief court appearance Tuesday. He has pleaded not guilty to insurance fraud, conspiracy and falsely reporting an incident.