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An Oceanside man was arrested on Tuesday morning for driving while high after state police observed him driving erratically in a car that was missing two tires. more
The Lynbrook Police Department arrested a member of the Hempstead School District for possession of marijuana on May 11. more
A prominent doctor from Valley Stream, who had an office in Franklin Square, was sentenced to four years and two months in prison last Friday for illegally writing prescriptions for 1,920 30-milligram oxycodone pills, according to U.S. Department of Justice officials. more
Brian DeMartino, a former dog trainer in Oceanside who is being investigated for alleged animal abuse, was arraigned on May 11 at Nassau County District Court in Hempstead after allegedly violating an order of protection against his girlfriend by sending her threatening text messages. Judge Eileen Goggin set DeMartino’s bail at $100,000 bond — $80,000 in cash. more
The city floated its proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year, and while the $93.5 million spending plan was touted as the administration’s sixth consecutive balanced budget, homeowners could … more
A Long Beach teen was arrested in Island Park on Friday for allegedly robbing and stabbing a 15-year-old boy. Treyvon Robertson, 16, approached the male victim on California Place North and demanded money, according to Nassau County police. more
The Rockville Centre Police Department was among the units that helped bust a “large-scale” heroin ring in Nassau, Queens and Brooklyn, according to Nassau County District Attorney Madeline … more
A Freeport man was sentenced to six to 18 years in prison on Monday for charges related to a car crash on the Southern State Parkway last year that killed an Oceanside man. more
“You could ask any police officer, and they’ll tell you that you’re not going to arrest your way out of this,” said Steven Dodge, an Oceanside High School graduate and former drug addict who started the Saving Lives from Addiction through Treatment and Education Project to educate youth about the dangers of substance abuse. “It has to come from every sector of the community. I mean, essentially, that’s what communities are for.” more
The developer of the Superblock property intends to file a $105 million lawsuit against the city as early as this month if the city does not show its support for tax breaks the developer is seeking … more
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