Embroiled Suffolk DA Spota To Step Down Friday, Ahead Of Transfer To SiniSuffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy Sini won the race to replace the embroiled Tom Spota as District Attorney, but Spota will be stepping down well before his term ends.
Voters To Choose Suffolk County's New District AttorneyTim Sini, a Democrat, currently holds the position of Suffolk County police commissioner. His opponent is Republican attorney Ray Perini, who once ran the DA's Narcotics Division.
Police: Fugitive Who Fled Long Island Faces 22 Counts Of Child PornographyIn May 2010, Suffolk County police said they discovered numerous images of child pornography on 33-year-old Robert Cardoza’s computer.
Suffolk County Police Want Overdose Victims To Identify Their DealersThe Suffolk County police commissioner has a new plan to catch and stop drug dealers.
Police On Long Island On The Lookout For Post-Election Hate Or Bias IncidentsKKK flyers were discovered on vehicles in Patchogue this week, and a swastika was found in the boys' bathroom of a Port Washington high school on Thursday.
Police Say More Illegal Guns Off The Streets In Suffolk CountySo far this year, police said 240 illegal guns were recovered compared to 201 at this time last year.
Suffolk County Authorities Begin Crackdown On Zombie Home LandlordsSuffolk police have started arresting anyone falsely claiming to live inside of a so-called zombie home.
Suffolk County Police Crack Down On Neighborhood Drug HousesInvestigators have executed nine search warrants, seized nearly 3,000 grams of cocaine, crack, heroin and oxycodone and $300,000 in cash since the start of the initiative.
Police: Patient Struck By Car, Killed After Jumping Out Of Moving Ambulance On Long IslandIt happened just before 7 p.m. Monday in Holstville as Frank Ligrnetta, 51, of Bay Shore was being transported to Stony Brook University Hospital.
Suffolk County Offering Heroin Treatment To Inmates Upon ReleaseThe pilot program, said Assistant Deputy County Executive Tim Sini, will combine counseling and the medication Vivitrol free of charge, which prevents a person from craving heroin.

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