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Kathleen Rice

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  • LIRR Engineer Suspended After Allegedly Allowing Passenger To Drive Rush Hour Train

    LIRR Engineer Suspended After Allegedly Allowing Passenger To Drive Rush Hour Train
    A Long Island Rail Road engineer has been suspended without pay after being accused of allowing a passenger to operate a train as it traveled west of Hicksville earlier this month. LIRR engineer Ronald Cabrera allowed the passenger to operate the train...
  • Train Engineer, Passenger Who Operated LIRR Train Arrested

    Train Engineer, Passenger Who Operated LIRR Train Arrested
    A Long Island Railroad engineer and the passenger he let drive a train have been arrested following an MTA probe. Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice formally announced the arrest and criminal charges against the two individuals in a press...
  • 6 Fired For Fixing Parking Tickets For Friends And Family

    6 Fired For Fixing Parking Tickets For Friends And Family
    Nassau County officials fired six employees at the Traffic and Parking Violations Agency - including the agency's assistant director - after a probe launched by authorities found them fixing more than 100 tickets for themselves, friends and family...
  • Town Combats Drunk Driving By Getting Drivers Drunk

    Town Combats Drunk Driving By Getting Drivers Drunk
    A group of volunteers kicked back with cocktails to help Nassau County Law enforcement officials prove a point. After five drinks Michael Henchy told PIX News he was feeling fine and that he could probably drive a car. But that all changed when he took a...
  • DA: Correction Officer Had Sex with Inmates

    DA: Correction Officer Had Sex with Inmates
    A correction officer is accused of turning the Nassau County Jail into his own sex motel. Mark Barber, 47, is facing charges he used his power to threaten inmates to comply to his deviant demands by forcing female inmates to have sex with him. The...
  • Nassau DA: Wealthy Couple Scammed Medicaid

    Nassau DA: Wealthy Couple Scammed Medicaid
    A wealthy Long Island couple are in police custody Wednesday on charges of stealing more than $33,000 in Medicaid benefits, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice said. Daniel and Dalia Mairzadeh, of Old Westbury, reportedly under-reported their...
  • NYPD Cop Charged In Murder-For-Hire Plot Against Ex-Wife

    NYPD Cop Charged In Murder-For-Hire Plot Against Ex-Wife
    A New York City police officer - accused of hiring another man to kill his ex-wife - appeared in a Long Island courtroom Friday morning where he entered a plea of not guilty in connection with the crime. Officer Anthony Battisti, 42, a 17-year veteran of...
  • Doctor Admits to Killing Wife in Failed Suicide Pact

    A Flower Hill radiologist faces probation after admitting Tuesday to a failed suicide pact with his terminally ill wife in which she died and he survived, authorities said. Dr. Rajasekar Sham, 68, pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter in the Nov....
  • Doc Who Killed Ill Wife Commits Suicide

    One week after admitting he killed his terminally ill wife in a failed suicide pact, a radiologist from Flower Hill was found dead Tuesday morning of an apparent suicide, Nassau police said. Officers discovered the body of Dr. Rajasekar Sham, 68, at...
  • Rally To Protest Wal-Mart Worker's Stampede Death

    VALLEY STREAM, N.Y. - An immigration activist group plans to rally Sunday at the Green Acres Wal-Mart where a seasonal worker was trampled to death by bargain hunters who crushed through the doors on Black Friday. The protest and vigil to honor slain...
  • Postal Supervisor Busted For Stealing $1K of Gas From USPS Trucks

    HICKSVILLE, N.Y. (WPIX) -- Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor high gas prices could stop a U.S. Postal Service supervisor from siphoning gas out of a number of postal trucks and into take-home containers, according to the Nassau County officials. 43-...