The need for a swift cleanup has grown critical, after Superstorm Sandy swept objects of all sizes into the ocean and posed a potential threat to summer swimmers.
A man was hit with serious charges after yelling threats at a Huntington town employee over a parking ticket.
We’ve warned you about identity theft before. Everyone’s a target for this type of crime – from the elderly to the deceased. Now, your kids are also at risk. Children are 51 percent more likely to have their identities stolen than adults.
Police spokesman Paul Browne confirmed Sunday that the department was seeking a subpoena to identify the person.
Though the school decided not to close Friday, Smithtown West administrators assured both students and parents that they took the matter very seriously.
On Monday, a message was written in a women’s bathroom saying that on Feb. 7, homosexuals “will die.”
The street is called Tone Lane. It features attached townhouses of many immigrants. But anonymous mailings are frightening the people here, calling one neighbor, for example, a “deadbeat, child molester and degenerate.”
An April 1 email contains threats against school buses, warns of violence in state office buildings and against members of the state legislature. The threat was emailed from an anonymous account to state officials. Though it came in on April Fool’s day, it is being taken quite seriously.
“Current information suggests that al-Qaida and affiliated organizations continue to plan terrorist attacks,” the warning said.
The New York Knicks were scheduled to play Olimpia Milano in Milan on Sunday.
The man charged with sending more than 50 death, anthrax, and bomb threat letters across the country.
PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. (CBS 2/AP) – A suburban high school has been evacuated because of a threat scrawled on a bathroom wall. Pleasantville police Chief Anthony Chiarlitti says all students and staff got out of the […]
Investigators are seeking the identity of a caller whose hijacking threat left a jetliner grounded and passengers wondering why two of their own were escorted off the aircraft by authorities.
An internet shock jock from New Jersey faces 10 years in prison after being convicted of making threats against three federal judges.