A grand jury probe into “doctor shopping” on Long Island is underway in the aftermath of the Medford pharmacy massacre and the New Year’s Eve killing of an off-duty ATF agent in Seaford.
Dr. Frank Telang was arrested at his home in Port Jefferson Station at 8:15 a.m., according to federal authorities.
The New York Times reported that if Derek Boogaard had lived, he would have likely slipped “into middle-age dementia.”
A Minnesota judge has dismissed a felony charge against the brother of hockey enforcer Derek Boogaard in the player’s overdose death earlier this year.
Dozens of suspects were arrested in pre-dawn raids Monday in the third largest drug bust in Rockland County this year.
David Ok, 21, is accused of walking into two pharmacies on Long Island with a handgun and threatening employees looking for prescription drugs.
Dr. Clifton Howell and drug dealer Louis Lisi were both led away in handcuffs in Hudson County court on Friday.
You trust them to protect you, but on Tuesday Transportation Security Agency agents were accused of betraying the public and helping drug smugglers.
Louis Scala, the accused leader of a Staten Island drug trafficking ring that peddled over 40,000 oxycodone pills out of the back of an ice cream truck, has pleaded guilty.
A Staten Island bagel store is suspected of being the home of illegal prescription drug sales. As many as 25 people have been arrested and the deli has been shut down.
There have been four pharmacy robberies recently in Suffolk County, inlcuding the horrific crime where four people were killed in Medford.
The family of former Rangers left winger Derek Boogaard is enduring another round of heartache. Derek’s brother was charged Friday with providing the prescription drug that contributed to the NHL player’s overdose death in May.
Hempstead police officer Brian Jones is accused of selling prescription painkillers including oxycodone and oxymorphone.
A tragedy on Long Island is having an impact in Brooklyn.
Police say they arrested 22-year-old Patrick O’Donnell of Ronkonkoma on Thursday. He is accused of stealing oxycodone and about $200 from a CVS in Farmingville last Sunday afternoon.