Thirteen small turtles, numerous koi fish and a chicken were recently stolen from a pet shop on Long Island.
Carol Lawrence, 73, on North Lindenhurst made a left turn off of Montauk Highway onto Great East Neck Road in West Babylon shortly before 3:30. She struck Amelia Couvertier, who was crossing the street at the time, and caused serious injuries, according to authorities.
The superintendent for the West Islip school district said 12 students used Facebook to cheat on their biology homework and exam.
Officers responded to a home on Densfield Road after John Beaumont called police to report that he stabbed his brother Thomas during an argument.
Johan Hedberg recorded his first shutout of the season, a 3-0 win for the Devils over the Islanders. It was Hedberg’s eighth shutout with New Jersey, breaking a tie with Chris Terreri for the second-most in club history.
Ryan McCarthy was hit by a car around 10:30 p.m. Monday night on Udall Road and was found lying in the street unconscious, police said.
They’re called “man’s best friend” for a reason.
The fight is on to keep a 24-hour convenience store out of a suburban Long Island neighborhood.
Jason Nelson, 27, was standing outside a house when a car headed northbound on the street hit him and knocked him to the ground, Suffolk County police said.
Police and Coast Guard will be out in full force stopping any boat owner who is speeding or operating the vessel in a reckless manner.
The Coast Guard said that the crash happened at about 4:50 a.m. on Saturday in the Great South Bay, just west of the Robert Moses Causeway near West Islip. One man fell off the recreational vessel and disappeared.
For many, prom night means party night, and that often includes a lot of drinking. More schools are taking no chances when it comes to getting kids to celebrate sober. Some are going so far as to use Breathalyzer tests.
Debbie Stevens has filed a complaint claiming she was fired after a donating her kidney to allow her boss to move up on a transplant waiting list.
Marie Lapersonerie, whose son tragically died after a car crash, began Sean’s Gift, giving blankets to family members of organ donors in an effort to bring them comfort.
Police say a victim reported to authorities that on Feb. 29 a man tried to pull him over in Bay Shore and identified himself as a federal agent before fleeing after being asked for identification.