Many flood-damaged homes have now become infested with toxic mold in the months since superstorm Sandy hit.
The center includes a Red Cross Food and Drink Distribution Center and a free mobile laundry facility.
Police said Anthony Marmo, who was operating the boat, didn’t even realize the two were overboard until they were out of sight.
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.
Between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., seven cars were vandalized at the Seaford Train Station on Sunrise Highway, police said.
Investigators say the teen was part of a group of suspects who broke into homes in Seaford, Wantagh, Levittown back in December.
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.
The Pharmacy Safety Initiative is a three-pronged attack to keep pharmacy workers safe in the wake of several deadly robberies.
Capano was a federal agent killed in a “friendly fire” shooting while trying to stop a pharmacy robbery on Long Island New Year’s Eve.
As friends, family and colleagues of the hero ATF agent killed in the Seaford drug store robbery are preparing to bury him Friday, anguish over the friendly fire incident is growing.
There is little training to teach law enforcement officers on how to handle encounters with off-duty and plainclothes officers, often leading to tragic results.
Veteran ATF agent John Capano was killed Saturday after confronting a suspect holding up a pharmacy. It is unclear if Capano was fatally struck in friendly fire by an off-duty NYPD officer and a retired Nassau County police lieutenant who also responded.
Authorities said a man entered the pharmacy and announced a robbery, then exited with cash and drugs.
According to detectives, the 12-year-old who suffers from autism was charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
Accused burglary bandit, Mark McLloyd, must have thought he had free run of a home on Washington Avenue in Seaford as police said he began looting the place.