There are car parts everywhere around the home on Broadway Avenue in Sayville.
A man and woman have been arrested in connection with the burglaries of several homes on Long Island.
Police said a man walked into a Capital One Bank on Main Street and handed the teller a note demanding money.
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.
The arrest of a Long Island couple after a teenage girl got alcohol poisoning at their house has renewed the debate about the perils of supervised underage drinking.
A 16-year-old girl who was a guest at the party was ill with alcohol poisoning, police said. Other underage teens were also visibly drunk and witnesses told police that large amounts of vodka had been consumed, according to police.
Queenie, a Cane Corso, has been recovering at Grady Animal Hospital in Sayville since she was found severely emaciated at an apartment in Coram last month.
The Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has pressed charges against a Coram man, after his dog was discovered nearly starved to death in an apartment.
Police said Thomas Herman, 46, of Patchogue, sped his black Chevrolet Trailblazer through Sayville’s business district around 5:15 p.m. Sunday, and plowed into seven cars.
Main Street in Sayville, Suffolk County, was the scene of a deadly and destructive mess late Sunday afternoon, as the driver of a speeding sport-utility vehicle began slamming into other cars and didn’t stop until he left an 83-year-old man dead and a woman wounded.
Three people have been arrested for committing more than a dozen burglaries over the last two months in Suffolk County.
A wedding guest was arrested Saturday night for trying to steal gifts from the newly married couple. Suffolk County police arrested 18-year-old Omar Santiago of Irvington, N.J. a short distance from West Sayville Country Club just before midnight Saturday.
Shawn Mead, 44, is a custodian at Lincoln Avenue Elementary in Sayville.
Stray golf balls are becoming a major hazard in towns on Long Island, CBS 2 first reported on the issue in West Babylon, now the problem has arisen in Sayville where residents told CBS 2′s Jennifer McLogan that they are fed up.
Police say the pair was responsible for multiple residential burglaries in Patchogue, dating back to 2010.