Nassau County Police Department
The facility will be built on the Nassau Community College campus in Garden City. It’ll be the department’s first county-owned training and intelligence facility.
Over the phone, an ambulance medical technician talked the father through the delivery and gave him instructions for drying and warming the baby, police said.
Acting Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter announced Tuesday that major crime is down 9.5 percent.
Nassau County is not the place to drive drunk this New Year’s holiday, County Executive Ed Mangano warned Tuesday.
Sheri Hinds, of Farmingdale, was drunk and speeding with her 8-year-old boy in her minivan when police pulled her over in Roosevelt around 6:45 a.m. Sunday, authorities said.
Supervising Nassau County Judge Christopher Quinn ruled Monday that grand jury evidence against Vincent LoGiudice is “legally sufficient” for an indictment.
The agency says about 250 officers are expected to leave. It currently has 2,257 members.
There are now calls to undo the four police precinct mergers that have been completed in Nassau County.
Inside the box was a a $300 tuxedo jacket — a gift to be worn on an upcoming cruise.
Nassau County’s highly controversial police precinct merger plan has been shelved half way through the project.
Raleigh Maddox, 44, is accused of prying open the door of the Eglise Baptist Haiti Enne Church on Prospect Avenue in New Cassel in August and stealing $12,000 worth of audio/visual equipment.
Sabrina Spencer pleaded not guilty Sunday to attempted grand larceny, identity theft and possessing a forged instrument and resisting arrest.
Araceli Mondragon-Vargas, 27, of Hempstead was arrested around 4:15 a.m. after failing to stay in her lane, police said. Officers pulled her over and determined she was intoxicated, police said.
Terrell Hill, of Jamaica, has been arrested on charges of grand larceny and burglary, police said.
With police departments across the Tri-State Area cracking down on distracted driving, WCBS 880’s Alex Silverman recently joined Greer for a ride-along on the LIE.