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One moment, Kyle Rogers was leaving a bar in Manhattan early Sunday morning, March 2, to meet up with some friends. The next thing he remembers is waking up in the back of an ambulance with an EMT … more
At a federal court in Central Islip on Feb. 28, Oceanside businesswoman Laurie Schenider pleaded guilty to operating a Ponzi scheme that federal prosecutors said defrauded 30 investors of a total of … more
A former Nassau County Police detective who faced criminal charges for his role in preventing the arrest of a Merrick teenager whose father was a personal friend and financial benefactor of a police foundation pleaded guilty to official misconduct on Monday. more
The Nassau County Police Department Arson and Bomb Squad are investigating a pair of recent car explosions in Oceanside and Island Park The first of the two minor explosions, each resulting in … more
Nassau County Legislator Kevan Abrahams (D-Freeport), in conjunction with the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce, would like to inform local retailers of a credit card scam recently attempted at … more
More than six months after four Oceanside residents allegedly assaulted two men in Babylon, the defendants returned to a Suffolk County court for a felony hearing on Jan. 31. Oceanside residents … more
After a month-long bank-robbing spree in five Nassau County and as many as three Suffolk County communities, the Nassau and Suffolk county police departments report the arrest of two men they allege are responsible at a Melville apartment complex on Jan. 29. more
Oceanside resident Nathan Levner, 55, a former real estate attorney who pleaded guilty last November to stealing $10,000 from a couple he was representing, was sentenced today by Nassau County Court … more
Crime Stoppers and the Nassau County Police Department are seeking the public’s help in identifying the subject pictured in the composite sketch. The subject is wanted in connection with multiple … more
District Attorney Kathleen Rice announced that an Oceanside contractor who sent doctored Town of Hempstead fliers to residents to advertise his business was arrested on Tuesday. Mark Rauch, 63, … more
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