Police arrested a man acting suspiciously on a Long Island Rail Road train Tuesday, and discovered he was carrying a stolen cash register.
Police are looking for a heavy man with short black hair and a tattoo of barbed wire on his right bicep.
A vigil was planned in Patchogue, Long Island Saturday, on the five-year anniversary of the hate-driven murder of an Ecuadorean immigrant.
It wasn’t a burglar that was caught on surveillance video breaking into the Harbor Crab restaurant in Patchogue, it was a deer.
Police said they received a 911 call about a possible drunk driver in the parking lot of a Waldbaums on South Sunrise Service Road in Patchogue.
Marcelo Lucero’s family had appealed last year’s decision by federal Judge Leonard Wexler to throw out the lawsuit. The suit against the Suffolk County and its police department claims authorities failed to prevent the killing.
Fish and wildlife are thriving in the Great South Bay, and scientists have credited Mother Nature’s breach of Fire Island for it all. But not everyone wants to keep it that way.
The heated incident at Carvel Ice Cream store in Patchogue Friday night had nothing to do with the scorching temperatures.
A man and woman have been arrested in connection with the burglaries of several homes on Long Island.
A special ceremony was held in Patchogue, Long Island Saturday to remember a young lady who left a special message in a bottle.
The green plastic ginger ale bottle which would fetch a nickel at the recycling center, is worth everything to a grieving mother who knew instantly from the silly adolescent message inside that it had come from her daughter.
Police said the suspect came up behind a 24-year-old woman who was walking on Main Street around 3:15 a.m. Saturday and dragged her into a wooded area between West and River Avenues.
Suffolk County Police said Jose E. Amaya, 29, of Patchogue was spotted driving erratically and crossing a double yellow line while traveling eastbound on Montauk Highway near Lenox Avenue in East Patchogue.
Investigators said Thomas Herman, 46, slammed into five cars on Montauk Highway on Jan. 13 before crashing head-on with a car, killing the driver and critically injuring the passenger.
A strong Long Island economy is dependent on a immigrant workforce, according to Joe Gergela of the Long Island Farm Bureau.