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Federal prosecutors on Tuesday produced a series of 2010 emails they allege depict former Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto and former County Executive Ed Mangano’s alleged efforts to work around laws and guarantee loans to a local restaurateur. more
The Shared Services initiative, across the three counties, allows for the counties’ towns and villages to cooperatively purchase police vehicles at a discounted rate. more
Even before leaving their squad cars, Nassau County cops are exposed to dangerous conditions, the Police Benevolent Association said. On March 5, union officials said dozens of police vehicles are … more
Nassau County police arrested a North Merrick couple — one former New York City Police Department officer and one teacher's assistant — at their home, near the Brookside school building on Tuesday, with hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash as well as opioid pills stashed away. more
Opening arguments were heard on Wednesday in the corruption trial of Former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and former Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto. more
Dr. Michael Belfiore, who practiced in Merrick, was convicted in May on 28 federal charges related to his prescribing of opioids — including causing the deaths of two patients. Still in custody pending sentencing, Belfiore filed a motion last week to have the guilty verdict overturned. more
The jury in the corruption retrial of former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and his wife, Linda, began deliberations on Thursday. Federal prosecutors and defense attorneys presented closing … more
Former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and his wife, Linda, were found guilty on a number of charges Friday morning following a second trial on federal charges that they abused their positions for personal benefit. more
A North Bellmore man has pleaded guilty to assaulting his Uber driver, a Muslim, with a flashlight last year. more
Two people are dead in Bellmore in an apparent murder-suicide on Feb. 21, according to police. more
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