Police on Friday night released video showing officers finding Kansas City Chiefs linebacker and Long Island native Jovan Belcher asleep in his car, just hours before he killed his girlfriend and later committed suicide.
he family of linebacker Jovan Belcher, who committed suicide after killing his girlfriend, spoke out Monday from the Long Island childhood home of the Kansas City Chiefs player.
As investigators search for a motive to help explain why Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher killed his girlfriend and then himself, a discordant picture of the couple began to emerge.
The Kansas City Chiefs player who allegedly shot and killed his girlfriend and then fatally shot himself Saturday morning was a Long Island native, according to published reports.
Police said a driver noticed a woman leaning against the center median on the westbound lane of Sunrise Highway and turned back to check on her.
Police say guests at two parties for teenagers have been killed in unrelated shootings on Long Island this weekend.
Stray golf balls are becoming a major hazard in towns on Long Island, CBS 2 first reported on the issue in West Babylon, now the problem has arisen in Sayville where residents told CBS 2′s Jennifer McLogan that they are fed up.
Residents in one Long Island neighborhood say they feel like they are living in a shooting gallery, constantly under siege by a hail of golf balls.
Suffolk Police say that at around 3:42 p.m. Thursday a man handed a teller a note demanding cash. The teller gave him some dough and the man took off, heading east through the bank’s parking lot toward Little East Neck Road, police said.
Francesco Miceli is accused of selling Oxycodone hydrochloride pills several times to an undercover police officer at Miceli Brothers Pizzeria and Restaurant.
Police say Craig Monte, 59, was arrested Sunday for allegedly driving drunk with his two grandchildren in the car.
Police said a man entered the bank, located at 653 Montauk Highway, on Saturday and handed a teller a note demanding money.
Suffolk County Legislator Kara Hahn and Deputy Presiding Officer Wayne Horsley say a sewage treatment plant in West Babylon should not become a dumping site for hydraulic fracturing – or hydro-fracking.
The alleged gunman, Lamont Pride, appeared in court while being shackled and didn’t speak as he faced the first-degree murder charge. His four co-defendants were also arraigned Tuesday evening.
A 54-year-old West Babylon woman is accused of being high on drugs while driving her 2-year-old grandson Wednesday morning.