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By Christian Abbatecola February 14, 2014
The Smartphone Theft Prevention Act would make stolen cell phones useless to thieves by allowing owners to remotely lock and wipe their phones.
By Lyndsay McCabe February 14, 2014
Tulio and Maria Ayala were arrested Wednesday after officials at Central Islip School District called the police when they learned that the Ayala's four children were left at home unsupervised without food or heat.
By Lyndsay McCabe February 09, 2014
Five football players from Amityville High School are suing Comsewogue School District after they were allegedly taunted with racial slurs and attacked by the opposing team.
By Eric Anderson February 08, 2014
Woman attempted to deposit a stolen check from a resident at The Tuttle Center.
By Lyndsay McCabe February 08, 2014
Jonathan Schuster was arrested Friday after MTA police found him responsible for eight different incidences of making anti-Semitic graffiti on billboards at the Cedarhurst station.
By Wendy L February 07, 2014
A Long Island girl walking home from school gets struck by not one, but three vehicles. The first vehicle fled the scene and police are on the hunt for the driver.
By Christian Abbatecola February 07, 2014
Three people are believed to have stolen $53,000 worth of bronze vases from the Pinelawn Cemetary.
By Eric Anderson February 07, 2014
Police say a man entered the bedroom of an underage girl; police are searching for the person who spray-painted graffiti in Dix Hills.
By Lyndsay McCabe February 07, 2014
Senator Schumer has introduced new legislation that if passed will enact stiffer penalties for illegal robocallers, including fines of up to $20,000, and the potential for jail time.
By Wendy L February 07, 2014
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has ordered Costco Wholesale to remove as well as issue a recall on a pesticide product banned for use on Long Island. Costco also faces a ...
By Cait Russell February 05, 2014
Three Nassau County residents have been charged with animal cruelty in the case of Miss Harper, the abused pitbull pup.
By Wendy L February 03, 2014
A Suffolk County police officer making traffic stops has been caught red-handed stealing from motorists. It is believed he's also been targeting Hispanic motorists. Read the full story here!
By Joe Randazzo February 01, 2014
The suspects, Paul Batterson and Matthew Rooney, plead not-guilty to the charges of Murder in the Second Degree after a December 8th home invasion.
By Lyndsay McCabe February 01, 2014
The Office of the Nassau County Medical Examiner has issued a warning to alert users and medical experts of contaminated heroin that has hit the market and causes deaths that appear to be linked to ...
By Christian Abbatecola January 31, 2014
Miss Harper will need several more surgeries after her ears and hind leg were severed.
By Joe Randazzo January 31, 2014
The NYPD arrested 18 women and charged them with conspiracy, narcotics sales, promoting prostitution, and money laundering.
By Lyndsay McCabe January 31, 2014
Five young adults have been arrested in connection with a string of burglaries at 11 commercial businesses, one residence, and one larceny at the Islip Town Impound Yard.
By Joe Randazzo January 30, 2014
An investigation by A.G. Schneiderman found EmblemHealth Inc. wrongfully denied coverage to 8,000 young adults on their parents’ health insurance plan.