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Thursday, November 27, 2014
Crime
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Nassau County Police P.B.A President James Carver met with the media on Monday to discuss the reopening of the Nassau County Police Department’s 5th Precinct. “I’m very happy they’ve … more
Nassau County Legislator David Denenberg, a Democrat from Merrick, is facing eight counts of mail fraud, a federal crime, after prosecutors allege he overbilled a client at his former law firm by $2.3 million. more
The Narcotics/Vice Bureau reports the details of two arrests for criminal possession of a controlled substance on Nov. 5, in Franklin Square. According to detectives, defendants Alejandro … more
Two years after the Nassau County Police Department’s 4th and 5th precincts merged in the interest of saving money, officials have agreed to reopen the former 5th Precinct in Elmont. Nassau … more
A Cold Spring Harbor resident and former hospital executive was indicted for official misconduct, authorities said Friday. According to the Nassau D.A.'s office, Lawrence Slatky, 64, was indicted … more
Acting Commissioner of Police Thomas C. Krumpter wants to alert the public that the police have seen an increase in luxury cars and SUVs stolen in Nassau County over the past few weeks. Luxury … more
A state judge has put Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg on a daily-living, expenses-only budget, at least until a Sept. 29 court hearing on his former law firm’s application to block Denenberg from selling or transferring financial assets. more
The former law firm of Nassau County Legislator David Denenberg is suing him in State Supreme Court in Manhattan, seeking $3.6 million in damages. The firm alleges that Denenberg systemically and fraudulently overbilled a client to the tune of $2.3 million over eight years, and sought a 25 percent annual bonus from the firm based, at least in part, on those billings. more
Patients should stop thinking of powerful pain medications like Oxycontin and Vycodin as slightly stronger versions of Tylenol and Advil. Rather, they should think of them as “heroin pills.” That’s according to Dr. Andrew Kolodny, president of Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing and chief medical officer for Phoenix House, a national, nonprofit drug treatment agency. more
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