Police on in Suffolk County arrested a man Thursday, for allegedly making up a story about being involved in a hit-and-run crash.
Some Long Island residents say they’ve been dealing with a growing mountain of mulch behind their homes — and it’s stinking up the neighborhood and creating a fire hazard.
A “violent and uncontrollable” resident of a Long Island group home for the developmentally disabled died after officers used a Taser on him during a struggle, a police official said Thursday.
Suffolk County police also say “multiple officers” were also treated for various injuries during the struggle Wednesday night at a group home in Middle Island.
Justin Geiger was charged with third degree burglary for snatching the unnamed Rottweiler, police said.
Kayla Parmely, 18, a senior at Longwood High School in Middle Island, was in the front row of the school’s auditorium when she saw an elderly man having a heart attack.
A father and son are under arrest for allegedly kidnapping a man at gunpoint and forcing him to drive them around for nearly two hours, Suffolk County Police said.
“I feel great,” said Jessica Barba. “I get to go back to school and I get to see all my friends and I get to also hand in the project that created all this.”
Investigators say just before noon on March 6, someone called 911 to report a car fire in a parking lot on Short Beach Road in Nissequogue.
Edward Krolick, 22, and Jack Carson, 21, were charged with 2nd Degree Burglary.
Reynaldo Flores, 46, was observed acting in a lewd manner in close proximity to children, according to police.
A 35-year-old financial analyst from California has come forward to claim his winnings from the largest lottery jackpot in Long Island history.
The winning ticket, worth more than $208 million, for the Dec. 27 Mega Millions drawing was bought at the King Kullen supermarket located at 1235 Middle Country Road in Middle Island.
The winning numbers are 23, 32, 33, 39, 43 and the mega-ball is 8.
Suffolk County water officials said the typical hydrants can release more than 2,000 gallons of water per minute. Some hydrants remained open for hours causing flooding on roads and properties.