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Two Men Arrested, 64 Summonses Issued During Car Meet
Suffolk County Police arrested two men and issued dozens of summonses during an illegal car meet in Bay Shore last night. Following an investigation, members of the Suffolk County Police Third Precinct Community Support Unit, in conjunction with officers from the Second and Fourth Precincts, responded to a parking lot, located at 1851 Sunrise Highway, where more than 150 vehicles were meeting at approximately 10:30 pm.
Tractor-trailer hits school bus and several cars, one arrested
One man was arrested on May 25 in North Bellmore after police say he left the scene of a multi-vehicle car crash that caused several injuries. According to the Nassau County Police Department, a freightliner tractor-trailer delivery truck for Walmart was traveling southbound on Newbridge Road near Falcon Street in East Meadow, when its sideview mirror struck a school bus occupied by 18 student passengers.
Police: Serious crash shuts down sections of Southern State Parkway in West Babylon
Police have closed off eastbound Southern State Parkway to northbound access on Straight Path, as well as westbound Southern State to southbound Straight Path.
Fiery crash shuts down part of Long Island Expressway
JERICHO, N.Y. -- A car went up in flames on the Long Island Expressway in Jericho on Friday morning.Eastbound and westbound lanes were closed for most of the morning.Traffic was backed up near Exit 40.No word on the cause of the crash or if there were any injuries.
Suspects Attempted to Scam Elderly Westbury Woman Out of $400,000 in Gold Bars, Cops Say
Major Case Bureau Detectives report the arrest of two males on Wednesday, May 31, 2023 at 5:50 pm for an “Elder Scam” incident that occurred in Westbury. According to Fraud and Forgery Detectives, a 76-year-old female victim received a phone call on Friday, May 19, 2023 from an unknown male claiming to work for a computer security company. The subject advised that her computer had been compromised and she needed to secure her finances. He recommended that she transfer money out of her account and purchase gold with her savings. The victim then purchased $194,152 worth of gold bars. The subject arranged a meeting and informed the victim that federal employees would arrive to obtain the gold bars for safe keeping. The subjects (not yet apprehended) then removed the gold bars upon arrival.
NY Lotto burglary spree ends with 2 arrests and a ghost gun
Burglars who broke into Long Island convenience stores last month and walked off with hundreds of New York Lotto tickets -- then cashed them in all over Nassau County -- was shut down this week, police announced Thursday, with their arrest.
Assistant DA: Driver in DWI crash that killed 2 Roslyn teens was going 95 mph, had cocaine in system
An assistant district attorney in Nassau County argued that they have a strong case against Amandeep Singh, including a black box from his car that showed he was driving 95 mph before the crash
Honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice: Nassau County unveils two new veterans monuments for Eisenhower Park's veteran memorials
Two new monuments have joined Eisenhower Park’s Veterans Memorial in field 6 ahead of Memorial Day. The area was packed on May 28 as a Memorial Day service was conducted. One of the new monuments was dedicated to disabled veterans of Nassau County. The other paid homage to those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Officials said this monument is Long Island’s first memorial honoring those who served in those areas.
Culinary Crook Cracked: Queens Man Apprehended for Baldwin Burglary Spree at Coral House
The First Squad reports the arrest of a Queens man for a Burglary that occurred on Saturday, June 3, 2023 at 1:00 a.m. in Baldwin. According to Detectives, Officers were dispatched to the Coral House, 70 Milburn Avenue, for an activated alarm. Upon arrival, Officers located Brian Guiadeen, 24, of 150-38 Jamaica Avenue, unlawfully, inside one of the dining rooms.
Local vets from Nassau County offer insight on what it was like to serve to East Meadow High School students
More than 20 veterans from surrounding communities visited East Meadow High School students on May 23 to share what it was like for them to serve. “We wanted to come here and tell the high school students what it was like to serve,” Frank Belardo a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2736, in East Meadow, said. “We wanted to do this before Memorial Day to teach the students and honor those who did not come home.”
Long Beach lifeguards rush in to save five teens caught in powerful rip current
The teens happened to be lucky when an emergency crew of lifeguards on patrol were in the area.
Letter To The Editor: Red Letter Day In Westbury School District
When current school district superintendent Dr. Tahira Dupree Chase made her inaugural address to the board of education in the fall of 2021, I asked if there were any transferable initiatives that were successful in other school districts that she would like to introduce here. I was impressed with the fact that she mentioned the Spelling Bee, since it provides the opportunity to extend literacy beyond language development, and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) because of its global significance, and allows scholars to enter into many universities at sophomore status.
East Meadow street renaming honors late firefighter captain
The street renaming was in memory of James Landrigan, who served as the captain for the East Meadow Fire Station No. 2 in 1970.
Covid past its height, but veterans throughout Nassau County still need help
As the nation and world turn the corner on what was one of the deadliest global pandemics to date, one thing hasn’t changed: Many U.S. veterans continue to need support, whether with food, housing, mental health services, or other needs. Gary Glick, the commander of the Department of New...
Gunman shoots employee inside Queens restaurant
NEW YORK -- A gunman shot an employee inside a restaurant in Queens on Saturday, sending customers running for cover.Surveillance video from inside Boishakhi Restaurant shows people, including kids, who were sitting down eating and in line waiting for food, running out of the store and ducking for cover after a gunman opened fire."At first gunshot he did that side. We had a lot of customers inside. Once he move around, then he come here and shot and went behind my counter and did the third shot to one of my employees," said restaurant owner Abu Taher.Taher says the gunman, who...
Police: Massapequa man had drugs and weapons in car during traffic stop
Sean Marshall, 35, was pulled over on the Sunrise Highway at Newbridge Road after he was observed not wearing his seatbelt and having an expired state inspection.
Man arrested for impersonating a police officer before robbing woman on Long Island
Police arrested a man on Long Island for impersonating a police officer before robbing her on Thursday morning, authorities said.
Mother Arrested in Death of 6-Year-Old Daughter Who Was Found Unresponsive and Covered in Bruises
A Bronx mother was arrested after paramedics found her 6-year-old daughter covered in bruises and unconscious. The little girl was transported to the hospital where she later died. Lynija Eason, 26, called 911 on Friday at around 4 a.m. to report her daughter being unconscious. Police responded to the residence...
Bronx street renaming honors murdered 1970s gang leader and peacemaker ‘Black Benjie’
Bonnie Massey could have been an OG if she had been born about 20 years earlier. But the original gangsters who used to run the Bronx back in the day would gladly give her an honorary membership for all she has done to keep their legacy alive. Massey is the bridge between the past and the present, and the driving force behind a street naming ceremony that is about so much more than what it ...
NYPD issues silver alert for missing elderly woman
NEW YORK CITY – The New York City Police Department is asking the public for assistance in locating a missing person. Denise Alce, an 88-year-old black female, was reported missing on Friday, June 2, from her residence on Home Street in the Bronx. According to the police report, Denise Alce was last seen at approximately 4:30 PM on the same day. She was spotted at a bus stop situated at the intersection of East 149 Street and 3 Avenue in the Bronx, New York. Concerns have been raised for her well-being, prompting authorities to seek community support in locating her. The post NYPD issues silver alert for missing elderly woman appeared first on Shore News Network.
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