Nassau County Police Department
Kyle Howell, 20, of Westbury, was arrested on charges that included tampering with physical evidence, marijuana possession and resisting arrest following an encounter with the officers on April 25.
Two Nassau County cops had no choice but to be rough with a man they pulled over during a traffic stop, the head of the county’s police union said Wednesday.
Michael Tedesco pleaded guilty in Nassau County Court on Monday to 75 counts of official misconduct.
According to authorities, Commissioner Thomas Krumpter “was following too closely” when he rear-ended a vehicle that caused a three-car, chain-reaction accident.
A Long Island cab driver has filed a lawsuit claiming he was falsely arrested after some college students refused to pay a fare and threatened him with a Nassau County police connection.
Steven Clancy, 19, was driving a 2004 Volkswagen Jetta northbound on Roslyn Road near Locust Lane when he struck a curb and then a tree, police said.
Oneil Meade, 28, and Clive Meade, 41, were arrested after a guest at a party in their Hempstead home was wounded in the neck during an argument, police said.
A gym thief is on the loose and police say he’s been caught on surveillance video. The crook is sneaking past front desks of Long Island health clubs and ducking into locker rooms.
There have been numerous accidents reported on the southbound lanes of the Palisades Parkway near the George Washington Bridge.
Dolores Sharpe, a 19-year veteran of the force, was off duty when she was arrested while she was shopping on Black Friday. She is back on the job after being suspended without pay for one month over her arrest for resisting arrest and harassment.
Randy Hoskins-White was treated like a caged animal by Nassau County police and officials who now are trying to cover up his politically motivated arrest, the man’s lawyer alleged Monday.
The Corridor Counts said the review board is necessary because many in the community feel they are being unfairly targeted by police.
FedEx, UPS and U.S. Postal Service employees are being warned to be on the alert, that thieves might be following them and then grabbing packages from in front of homes.
Dolores Sharpe, a black Nassau County police officer, says she was improperly charged with resisting arrest by two white officers during a confrontation while she was off-duty last week.
A worker at the plant told Newsday that another employee found the baby in a trash bag on a conveyor belt.