Holbrook Man Among Those Charged In Post-Jets Brawl, Sachem BOE Wednesday

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Samoset Middle School.
A Holbrook man and three others charged with assault from a post-Jets game brawl caught on a video that went viral, and a Sachem Board of Education meeting are among the highlights on Patch to know Wednesday.

Holbrook Man, Three Others Charged With Assault in Post Jets Game Brawl

A day after a video showing him clocking a Boston woman in the face after Sunday's Jets game went viral, a Holbrook man and three others have been charged with assault. 

Kurt Paschke, 38, is seen on the video punching Jaclyn Nugent, 26, during a brawl in the concourse. Paschke, Nugent and Nugent's friends, Amanda MacDowell, 25, of Marlborough, Mass., and David Sacco, 28, of Boston, are all charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct. 

Sachem Alum Talks Love Of Science At TedXSBU

Sachem alum Ruchi Shah's recent talk at TEDxSBU is now streaming on the TEDxTalks Youtube channel.

Shah presented her experience creating a mosquito repellant during high school, for which she ultimately won a $25,000 scholarship last spring for creating.

Sachem Board of Education Meeting

The Board will met at Samoset Middle School, 50 School St. in Lake Ronkonkoma, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Click the link to see the agenda on the school district's website.

Cops: Medford Man Charged in Bank Robbery

A Medford man faces robbery charges after he allegedly robbed a Lynbrook bank, according to Nassau County Police.

Gaetano Delia, 53, of Medford, went to Bank of America in Lynbrook at 2:50 p.m. Monday and demanded cash, reported robbery squad detectives. After obtaining an undisclosed amount of money, Delia fled the bank in an unknown direction, cops said.

Police searched the area using a description of Delia and he was soon found on Broadway and Stewart Street in Hewlett, cops said. Lynbrook Police arrested Delia at the scene and the cash taken from the bank was found, police reported.

Delia is charged with second-degree robbery. He will be arraigned Tuesday at First District Court in Hempstead.

Rory Alarcon October 23, 2013 at 10:05 AM
It is unfortunate to have so many bad news stories appearing all at once. I have not been paying much attention to the news lately. Is this normal?
Michael Sorrentino October 23, 2013 at 02:01 PM
I definitely have a lot more bad news than usual popping up this week than good. If you have some good news, feel free to either send it to me at michael@patch.com or post directly to Patch at http://sachem.patch.com/blogs/new
Aaron Clow October 23, 2013 at 05:05 PM
Here's some good news -- perhaps those of us who commute can actually get home on Tuesday nights now if this organization implodes from its embezzlement scandal: http://aattp.org/overpasses-obamas-impeachment-founder-hot-water-organization-misappropriated-funds-seems-topic/


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