Nassau County and Freeport police said they worked together on this case as part of the Long Island heroin initiative.
A well-known charity for heroes is building a home for a U.S. Marine Corps veteran on Long Island.
A call came in just before 2 p.m. that children at Camp Avenue Elementary School in North Merrick were complaining that they weren’t feeling well.
Richard Giannetta knew something was wrong when he heard his dog Louie barking ferociously last Friday afternoon.
The men were struck with such force that they were flung into the air.
Another tragedy over the weekend on a well known deadly stretch of highway on Long Island has residents of the area crying out for changes and help.
Two vehicles slammed into the side of the Harold D. Fayette School in North Merrick after an alleged carjacking led to a police chase.
Doctors said she has made an incredible recovery, and not only will she be able to walk again, she will be able to run again if she so chooses.
Police chased the pit bull through backyards and woods before shooting it several times. It happened in front of the Precious Kids II nursery school.
The dogs savaged 62-year-old Shashi Sharma’s face and head and tore at her arms and legs. When she was first hospitalized, doctors were extremely concerned she might lose her left arm, and put her into a medically induced coma.
Friday afternoon, Nassau County Police released a surveillance photo of the two pit bulls. Investigators are also zeroing in on the identity of the dogs’ owner that roamed from his yard with no collars and no ID chips.
A Long Island woman is listed in serious condition after being attacked by two pit bulls Thursday morning in North Merrick, police said.
Women on Long Island were on alert after reports of yet another purse snatching.This time it happened as the female victim was getting into her car at Nassau Community College.
Another woman has been targeted and attacked on her driveway on Long Island, and police say it’s the same group of purse-snatching thieves who have struck throughout Nassau County.
Investigators say two suspects who have allegedly been snatching purses from women on Long Island have struck again.