A funeral was held Tuesday for one of the four women killed in a limousine crash on Long Island.
Supervisor Judy Bosworth said the animal shelter gets calls every day from concerned citizens worried when they see a dog locked in a car with no water or air conditioning.
The crash happened around 6 p.m. Saturday in Cutchogue on the North Fork of Long Island.
Last march, a Suffolk County police officer was shot and wounded following a traffic stop not far from where the gun buyback was held Saturday.
Chief Roy Gross said the move follows a recent upsurge in animal cruelty cases, including apparent ritualistic killings in which chickens and goats were found beheaded.
The woman suffered a medical emergency while she was driving the Subaru and crashed into a tree on Cold Spring Hills Road.
However, utility spokesman PSEG spokesman Jeffrey Weir pointed out the score was 10 percent higher than it was last year.
Demetri Stewart pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Tuesday in Suffolk County Court on charges related to helping the driver of the vehicle involved in the crash flee.
Daniel Conway said he got to the front porch safely, only to find his escape blocked by burning debris.
Prosecutors said Foster never wanted little Jonathan Hertzler and broke up with his girlfriend after she refused to have an abortion.
Authorities said career criminal Cesar Cruz was caught after stealing from yet anther vending machine in the county.
The whale did also have a number of shark bites, but Digiovanni said he believes the shark bites came after the whale’s death.
Lee has been writing letters and calling Suffolk County authorities in an effort to get orange barrels or large signs telling motorists not to drive in the parking lane.
The whale appeared to have shark bites, but that may have happened after it died.
Police are asking for the public’s help to find a 15-year-old Bay Shore girl who has been missing for a week.