A Sayville man pleaded not guilty to five counts of illegal surveillance activity Thursday. Christian Lee, 24, was first arrested May 23 for allegedly installing a camera in a women’s employee bathroom at a Fire Island Pines bar establishment located on Picketty Ruff Walk and taping bathroom user activity on a PC, according to Suffolk Police.
A West Babylon man died following an early Sunday morning shooting on St. John Place in the hamlet. The Suffolk County Police Department is investigating the death of 18-year-old Rashad Capers.
On Sunday the Farmingville-Hills Chamber of Commerce launched its inaugural Farmingville Street Fair on Portion Road, between Morris and South Howell Avenues. The event was platinum sponsored by Astoria Federal Savings Bank, and met with hundreds of residents on a beautiful summer day.
Smile West Islip, you're on camera. A Google Street View Car was out and about in West Islip and Bay Shore Monday, capturing panormaic photos of local streets and neighborhoods for Google Maps and Google Earth.
Deer Park-North Babylon
It was an ordinary day for Joseph Pegno of North Babylon who had been making a routine stop for a bottle of water and his daily Lottery tickets. He decided to buy a few extra Powerball tickets that day from ARJ OK Gas on Deer Park Avenue in North Babylon, and he made the right decision. Pegno, 58, matched the first five numbers from the July 18 drawing earning him a $1 million pay day.
Half Hollow Hills
continued the search for a missing vacationer on Thursday, despite a number of tips. , 50, was last seen at on Tuesday at around 1 a.m. According to a report in Newsday, Richardson is a Dix Hills resident and a top executive at Huntington Hospital.
A 22-year-old homeless man was arrested on Tuesday night by Suffolk Police, and charged with the burglaries of several homes in Lindenhurst and North Lindenhurst that occurred in the past week.
A Chase bank in Medford was robbed Tuesday morning, but police say the man responsible was arrested soon after.
A Patchogue man was one of two people arrested at the first ever Boating While Intoxicated (BWI) Sobriety Checkpoint that was set up last Saturday evening by Suffolk County Police on the Patchogue River near Sandspit Marina.