William Floyd Parkway
Scott Shea, 30, was arrested Monday and charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
A child in a stroller was struck and injured by a vehicle Monday afternoon on Long Island, and authorities said the driver fled from the scene.
The adult cat was found near the Coastal Gas Station on the William Floyd Parkway in Shirley.
Toxicology results showed Smith had been smoking marijuana, District Attorney Thomas Spota said, but the crime lab did not find any controlled substances in his blood.
Police said Thomas Smith, 20, was high on prescription drugs and behind the wheel early Saturday morning when his truck veered off the road and slammed into a tree in Ridge.
Thomas Smith, 20, was released after his family posted $150,000 bond. He is charged with operating a motor vehicle while impaired on drugs.
Thomas Smith of Ridge is set to face a judge on Sunday following Saturday’s car crash that killed two teenage passengers. 20-year-old Smith is charged with driving under the influence of prescription drugs.
A 20-year-old Ridge man was arrested Saturday for driving under the influence of drugs following a crash that killed two teens on William Floyd Parkway, Suffolk County Police said.
Police said Jeanine Rescigno was driving southbound on William Floyd Parkway in Shirley when the accident occurred.