On Christmas Day, neighbors helped with the cleanup and spoke on behalf of the family about what caused the Christmas Eve fire.
A Utah man has pleaded guilty to murder and other charges in the killing of a suburban New York equestrian and wounding of his partner.
Police said with the help of his ex-wife and an acquaintance, Robert Oliver robbed three banks over the course eight days in Setauket, Smithtown and Nesconset.
Bandages and a sling didn’t stop a man from robbing a Long Island bank, police said.
Homeowners in Suffolk County are in shock after receiving water bills that they say are extremely high.
Police say a Long Island man struck and killed a friend after she got out of his car and started walking because she believed he was drunk.
Police say a Long Island man has been arrested on a drunken-driving charge after a crash that killed the driver of the other car.
Ward Melville High School teacher Stephen Malusa, 47, is accused of fondling a then 15-year-old student in May of last year.
The boxer escaped from 56-year-old Peggy Place’s yard on Main Street in Setauket around 6:30 a.m. Monday, police said.
Brett Knight was arraigned Wednesday on a six-count indictment. His lawyer said Knight is looking forward to fighting the charges.
Brett Knight, 45, said nothing to reporters as he was escorted from the Sixth Precinct to an awaiting vehicle that took him to First District Court in Central Islip where he was arraigned Friday morning.
According to reports, Suffolk County homicide detectives are looking into reports that Ross Reisner was being harassed by text message and had received a dead bird in a box delivered to his home anonymously.
Ross Reisner, 50, was shot in the chest around 8:45 p.m. Tuesday at his home on Upper Sheep Pasture Road in Setauket, police said.
Jennifer O’Leary, 25, of Stony Brook, was arrested Thursday after police said she stole a pocketbook belonging to a 77-year-old woman who was shopping at Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace on Route 112.
There is currently a warning out to drivers: the number of red-light cameras on Long Island is about to double. But some are wondering if the cameras are there to reduce accidents or to make money for the counties and companies that install them.