Suffolk County Police Department
Lorenzo Fuentes, 64, was walking to work on Motor Parkway around 5 a.m. Sunday, when he was struck and killed, authorities said.
On Saturday night, a truck hit Tracy Ann Mangino, 40, and kept going. Police are searching for the driver who left the mother to die along a busy road.
While the discovery of a dead body would be shocking in most neighborhoods, residents in that section of Huntington Station said they were not stunned by the news.
Richard Becher, 50, of Holbrook, was hit with the ball during pregame warm-ups around 5:30 p.m. at Baseball Heaven in Yaphank, police said.
A pregnant woman gunned down outside her Long Island home Saturday night may have been targeted by an enemy of her husband, friends say.
Police said they responded to a call about gunshots around 8:40 p.m. Saturday and found the woman unresponsive inside a car outside her home.
A Long Island man was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly left his 4-year-old daughter inside a locked vehicle for approximately 15 minutes.
Some Suffolk County businesses have reported receiving a call from someone who claims to work for the utility company and threatens to turn off electricity unless immediate payment is made.
Two suspects have been arrested in connection with a drive-by shooting in West Babylon that left a man injured Monday morning.
A Dix Hills man has been arrested after his father told police he returned home to find his wife unconscious with severe head injuries and his teenage son dead.
Karen Gabrielsen, 50, was found unconscious and not breathing in Holbrook.
Mary McCabe, 51, hit a man with her car on Route 25 at College Road in Selden shortly after 9 p.m., police said.
Scott Greene, Former Suffolk Police Sergeant, Hit With More Charges Of Stealing From Hispanic Drivers
Twenty more victims have accused Scott Greene of stealing from them, bringing the total number of alleged victims to 26.
Robert Hosking, a retired Northrop-Grumman worker, was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver as Hosking tried to cross Route 110 in Melville.
The latest stats show a 17 percent reduction in property crimes and an 8.5 percent decline in violent crime since 2012.