Police on Long Island are hoping surveillance video will help them track down an armed robber that held up a drug store, allegedly for the powerful painkiller oxycodone.
An investigation by Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice concludes two bystanders were justified in using deadly force during the New Year’s Eve robbery in Seaford.
One suspect was killed Thursday morning during a shooting at an East Harlem pharmacy, police said. Surveillance video obtained exclusively by CBS 2 showed the chaotic scene.
The crew has allegedly been busy. Some or all of them allegedly struck seven times. Some of them were picked up after allegedly robbing a pharmacy in Bay Shore Tuesday night.
Explosive new details have emerged in the friendly fire shooting of a federal agent on Long Island after the Nassau County district attorney’s office accidentally placed an internal memo on the Internet.
Pharmacists across Long Island are racing to protect themselves. This action has been deemed necessary amid desperate and deadly robberies tied to painkiller abuse.
An off-duty federal law enforcement agent responding to an armed robbery at a pharmacy on Long Island was fatally shot along with the heist suspect, who had taken money and painkillers from the store on Saturday.
The robberies come just two months after June’s Medford pharmacy massacre which left four people dead.
Police are investigating a robbery at a Long Island pharmacy that occurred exactly one week after four people were shot to death in a Medford drug store.