A school crossing guard pleaded not guilty at her arraignment Thursday — a day after being arrested for driving while intoxicated shortly after finishing her shift.
Police said they received a 911 call about a possible drunk driver in the parking lot of a Waldbaums on South Sunrise Service Road in Patchogue.
Sisters Angela Granzino, 38, Josephine Scalone, 33, and Catherine Ahrens, 35, have always been close, but now they’re closer than ever.
County Executive Ed Mangano said the county-funded program will provide each school five wireless panic alarms.
Jenny Hannigan, who is now 27, said the incident happened in June 2011 after she was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
Gary Lieberman, 56, of Far Rockaway is expected to be arraigned on two counts of first-degree sexual abuse in First District Court in Hempstead on Friday.
In August 2012, Raymond Kalenka, 46, was driving his Mercedes-Benz northbound on Broad Street in Williston Park when he hit 41-year-old Dean LaLima, who was intoxicated and lying in the roadway, prosecutors said.
Nassau County police have launched an investigation, after a series of threatening tweets targeting Officer Nikolas Budimlic – the officer who accidentally shot and killed a Hosftra University student last May.
Three Long Island men used counterfeit credit cards and phony driver’s licenses to rent cars at airports and then sell the vehicles at deeply discounted prices, prosecutors said.
Motorcyclists have been venting all over the Web about high-profile cases they said are giving them a bad name.
State officials said they are bringing in 20,000 cubic yards of sand to repair the dune at an estimated cost of $200,000.
James Howley, 46, was arrested Sunday on assault, attempted robbery and other charges, Nassau County police said.
Brett Knight, 45, said nothing to reporters as he was escorted from the Sixth Precinct to an awaiting vehicle that took him to First District Court in Central Islip where he was arraigned Friday morning.
In the speech, which took him three hours to write, Christian Ranieri talks about his struggles with autism and tries explaining to the board that he felt he was wrongfully disciplined and suspended from school because of his disability.
The technology is used to look for stolen vehicles, for Amber Alerts, for criminal suspects and even for those who are driving without insurance.