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Tuesday, December 1, 2015
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Nassau County police arrested a Malverne man for an attempted assault in Island Park on Oct. 27 at 2:21 A.M. more
Acting Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas announced today that a West Hempstead attorney was arrested this morning for stealing more than $5.7 million from clients between September 2012 and February 2014. more
After meeting with several inmates during his historic visit to a federal prison in July, President Obama remarked, “What is normal is young people make mistakes,” and added that the only difference between the inmates and most Americans is the resources and social support structures available to those who aren’t in prison. more
Former Nassau County Legislator David Denenberg began serving a three-month sentence at Fort Dix, a minimum-security prison in Burlington County, N.J., on Aug. 24, according to his attorney, Jason Russo, of Bay Shore. more
A man was arrested for suspicion of driving while intoxicated on Sunday evening when his car struck a parked minivan and the Nassau Avenue/Hempstead Avenue street sign in Malverne. more
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara added more charges to the indictment against Senator Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, late in the day on Tuesday, July 21. Skelos, 67, and his son Adam, 32, were already charged with six counts stemming from what Bharara said was a scheme in which Skelos was trading favors with businesses in exchange for payments made to his son. more
A fire broke out in the basement of a Malverne home today while several National Grid contractors were installing an upgrade from low to high-grade gas service. The fire quickly spread through the first floor and forced one of the home’s occupants to jump from the second floor into the arms of the contractors below. No injuries were reported. more
A federal judge last Friday sentenced Dave Denenberg, the former Nassau County legislator who pleaded guilty to cheating a law client out of $2.3 million and resigned from office earlier this year, to three months in jail and three months of house arrest. more
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