A Long Island teenager was charged Saturday night with the second-degree murder, in connection with the death of a young woman in Rockville Centre.
Daverin’s body was found at about 10 p.m. Thursday on a footbridge between Sunrise Highway and Merrick Road, Nassau County police said.
Police said a 15-year-old and another suspect threw a 36-year-old woman to the ground near 100 N. Centre Avenue after she exited a Long Island Rail Road train in Rockville Centre around 8:15 p.m. on May 5.
Police said the couple had just gotten out of their car and were walking to a restaurant when the woman was attacked.
Police said one suspect picked up the woman and threw her to the ground while the other stole her cellphone.
Robert Schiavelli could have faced up to 30 days in jail and $500 in fines if convicted.
The statewide boycott of the new Common Core standardized tests is growing larger in New York as students head in for day two of the exams.
Dr. Carol Burris has been the principal of the prestigious public South Side High School in Rockville Centre for 13 years.
Robert Schiavelli was slapped with two summonses for “disturbing the peace” after police responded to his home last month after receiving complaints from his next-door-neighbor that his loud laughs could be heard across the driveway.
Jesberger said his annual “Fill The Bag” holiday tradition gives him and his employees a chance to give back to the community.
Waiting rooms at 41 LIRR stations will now be open until 10 p.m., the railroad announced Wednesday.
The killing, and others like it, has prompted U.S. military leaders to call for drastic new action to stop deadly insider attacks where allies turn their guns on Americans.
The assault has become a divisive issue in Rockville Centre, where village hall meetings have been packed and chat rooms have been filled with contentious comments.
For many, prom night means party night, and that often includes a lot of drinking. More schools are taking no chances when it comes to getting kids to celebrate sober. Some are going so far as to use Breathalyzer tests.
Approximately 10,000-15,000 people were impacted by the outage. A power feeder cable burned out, causing the disruption.