A man was shot and killed early Sunday in the Long Island community of Wyandanch.
An assistant principal at a Suffolk County high school accused of sending racy text messages to students and faculty faced a judge on Long Island.
An assistant principal at a Suffolk County high school was arrested Monday, after he allegedly sent smutty text messages to teachers and even students.
Antron McCloud, 21, is accused of breaking into a home on North 20th Street, gas station and drug store in Wyandanch, police said.
A Wyandanch, Long Island woman was arrested for driving while intoxicated with two children in her car on Friday night, according to Suffolk County Police.
Police said that Rony Santos drove west in the eastbound lane of Long Island Avenue in Wyandanch around 10 p.m on Saturday. He then hit the officers’ car near Wellwood Avenue, police confirmed.
Police say a 33-year-old, who was driving without a licence, crashed through a chain-link fence and onto the tracks in Wyandanch. The wreck caused damage to about 300 feet of the third rail which supplies power to the trains.
Suffolk County police say 39-year-old Edward Louis Ivey Jr. was shot while he was standing in the street on West Booker Avenue in Wyandanch just before 1 a.m. Sunday.
Suffolk County officials are seeking a preliminary injunction to restrain 37 self-admitted gang members from associating within a two-square-mile “Safety Zone” in Wyandanch.
Long Island police say 38-year-old Christopher Brooks, suspected in connection to a June double-stabbing, faces charges of assault and resisting arrest after he injured two Suffolk County officers during his arrest Sunday.
A friendly dog that apparently got bit by a travel bug is back at home on Long Island Friday. The yellow lab and pit bull mix boarded a Long Island Rail Road train in Wyandanch Tuesday night, and was picked up by his owner Thursday.
Police believe the yellow lab mix was frightened by severe weather Tuesday night and bolted onto the train in Wyandanch.
Passengers said the dog hopped on a train in Wyandanch on Tuesday night. The Long Island Veterinary Specialists say the canine had no ID chip and believe it may have just gotten lost.
Shuttle buses will be replacing trains between Freeport and Babylon as the LIRR completes work on a $23 million signal and switching upgrade.
Police say a Long Island man who had been arrested for disorderly conduct died suddenly as he was being taken to a hospital following a scuffle with police.