Nassau County Police
A Long Island man accused of strangling his uncle and burying him in his backyard pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder charges on Saturday.
The family of a 22-year-old Long Island woman was conducting an all-out search for her this weekend.
Authorities said the suspects stole catalytic converters from vans owned by the charity AHRC in the middle of the night. It could cost as much as $25,000 to repair the vans.
Police on Monday were investigating an attack on a bus driver on Long Island, which allegedly happened after a woman got mad that the bus did not make an unscheduled stop.
A Hicksville store clerk was attacked in a brazen slashing and robbery at a mini-mart across from a Long Island Rail Road station, but what happened next had people calling the victim a hero.
The inferno brought out more than 100 firefighters from four communities. At least two churches were preparing to hold Sunday services and also had to be evacuated.
Police on Long Island say an officer fired into a stolen SUV after the driver tried to hit him with it.
A man was arraigned Friday in the robbery of a Dunkin’ Donuts in Massapequa, and police said they followed a trail of footprints in the snow to find him.
A woman was killed Thursday in a fire at a cottage on Long Island.
Detectives ask anyone with information regarding this crime to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
A teenager from Queens was charged Thursday with scrawling anti-Semitic graffiti on a Long Island Rail Road station in Cedarhurst at least eight different times.
A corrections officer who was guarding a prisoner on the 9th floor was attacked around 10:30 Wednesday morning. He was slashed on the back of the neck.
Suffolk County police have arrested two men in connection with a series of armed robberies that have taken place over the past week thanks to a quick thinking Nassau County Police Officer.
According to police, Adam Baron, 18, and Jaime Ramirez, 25, worked together to hold up nine banks.
Authorities on Long Island are warning homeowners about a pattern of burglaries targeting homes with safes inside. The crime pattern first appeared last summer but the numbers have now more than doubled.