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Suffolk County Police

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  • Sketches Of Victims, Photos Released In Gilgo Beach Investigation

    Sketches Of Victims, Photos Released In Gilgo Beach Investigation
    The discovery of 10 bodies in the sands surrounding Gilgo Beach has mustered up more questions than clues, and has had authorities on Long Island scratching their heads for months. In a quest to identify more victims, Suffolk County officials released...
  • We Had No Warning Before Pharmacy Murders: Suffolk Police

    We Had No Warning Before Pharmacy Murders: Suffolk Police
    A very angry Suffolk County Police Commissioner is lashing out against a Newsday report, which states his cops might have prevented the Medford pharmacy massacre in June, if they'd seized David Laffer's licensed pistols, five months before the suspect...
  • Cops: Mom Drove Drunk With 3 Kids In Car

    Cops: Mom Drove Drunk With 3 Kids In Car
    A Long Island mother was arrested and charged Wednesday, after police say she drove drunk while three children were in the vehicle. According to Suffolk County Police, Ana Rios, 30, of Brentwood got behind the wheel of a 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer and...
  • Police: LI Man Shoots Grandson During Argument

    Police: LI Man Shoots Grandson During Argument
    A Suffolk County man is under arrest after shooting his 20-year-old grandson early Thursday morning, according to Suffolk County Police. Police arrested Joseph Grucci, 70, at his 64 Wards Lane house in Bellport after receiving a 911 call reporting...
  • Red Sox Fan Steals Home, And $20,000 In Team Equipment

    Red Sox Fan Steals Home, And $20,000 In Team Equipment
    BOSTON, MA (PIX11) -- A Boston man tried to profit off stolen Sox memorabilia by saying his severely ill son needed the proceeds to pay for his mounting medical bills, say police. While he got his sob story past Long Island-based Leland's.com -- they...
  • Authorities Eye A Cop & Ex-Cop In LI Serial Killings

    Authorities Eye A Cop & Ex-Cop In LI Serial Killings
    Could the Long Island serial killer or killers be two NYPD police officers? Citing sources in an exclusive report the New York Post claims a former cop and a current officer now on desk duty in Manhattan are under suspicion. The paper says...
  • Two Deaths Blamed On Latest Snow Storm

    Two Deaths Blamed On Latest Snow Storm
    Police on Long Island are investigating two incidents that resulted in the deaths of two local women. According to Suffolk County Police, Doris Metz, 64, was walking in the parking lot of the First Student Charger Bus Rental company at Railroad Avenue at...
  • Slithering Thieves Steal Alligator

    Low down slithering Reptile Nappers broke into the Animal hut in mastic. "when I came in I unlocked the door everything looked normal to me." said Alex, owner of the exotic animal store. Missing from her tank was "Ali" a three and half foot alligator....
  • Officials: Chinchillas, Deer Among 60-Plus Hoarded Animals

    Officials: Chinchillas, Deer Among 60-Plus Hoarded Animals
    Suffolk County Police uncovered an unusual and alarming case of animal cruelty on Long Island Tuesday -- numerous animals, including farm animals and exotic pets, were found inside of a Shirley home. According to Quality of Life Task Force investigators:...
  • Pharmacy Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

    Pharmacy Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty
    Quadruple murder suspect David Laffer, the man police believe shot and killed four people in cold blood at a Long Island pharmacy earlier this week, pleaded not guilty in court Thursday to murder charges. Laffer, 33, along with his wife Melinda Brady...
  • Schumer Wants Crackdown On Prescription Drug Abuse

    Schumer Wants Crackdown On Prescription Drug Abuse
    The massacre inside a Long Island pharmacy has Sen. Charles Schumer calling for a federal crackdown on prescription drug abuse. He says narcotic abuse has risen to levels not seen since the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1980's. "Once they become crazed,...