Four New Yorkers were arrested by Suffolk County Police on Friday for their alleged connection to several burglaries dating back to February 8. The burglaries are believed to have taken place in the towns of Centereach, Selden and Coram on Long Island.
Investigators say the 16-year-old driver lost control of an SUV, jumped a curb and drove right into the aisles of a Petco store on Route 25.
Detectives in Suffolk County are investigating a fire that took the life of a Selden woman early Christmas morning.
Hazmat crews were not taking any chances and suited up to investigate a mysterious white powdery substance found in a car, where a man and his daughter were discovered unconscious in Lawrence.
A newborn baby couldn’t wait for her parents to make it to the hospital before coming into world and decided the front seat of dad’s SUV would do just fine.
The robberies come just two months after June’s Medford pharmacy massacre which left four people dead.
Police said Aquilino Villatoro, 31, forcibly touched a woman walking with her 7-month-old baby in a stroller on College Road in Selden at 9:15 p.m. last night.
Suffolk County police say 18-year-old Vincent Maio is accused of throwing the dog into a nightstand and punching it in the head.
Sharon McDonough admits she abused her children and dozens of pets, sometimes torturing dogs and cats in the presence of her young daughters in a home that her son called “a concentration camp for the animals.”
They’re asking people who have a hydrant on or near their property to dig it out or mark it in some way so firefighters can find it.
A lawmaker on Long Island says drivers who leave huge chunks of snow and ice on their vehicles after a snowstorm should be subject to a ticket by the police.
Brookhaven town officials say they need more time to review controversial plans to expand to expand two Islamic mosques.
The Islamic Association of Long Island has been in Selden for 29 years and neighbors are concerned with the mosque’s plan to expand the center.
Police said a man arrested for possession of a hypodermic needle was found to be responsible for burglarizing a number of Long Island businesses.
An apparent anti-Semitic hate crime has a father in fear on Long Island, and he isn’t Jewish.