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The Nassau County Police Department has reported 116 tire and rim larcenies throughout Nassau County since September of last year. Police say that individuals are targeting mostly newer model Mercedes-Benz, Honda, and Toyota vehicles. The larcenies are occurring in the overnight hours between midnight and 4 a.m. more
A Long Island doctor and former Valley Stream resident, with offices in Franklin Square, was arrested on Sunday night for allegedly prescribing vast amounts of oxycodone throughout 2015, federal authorities said. more
Village trustee Vincent Grasso met with about 20 village residents at Sip This on Jan. 31 for another question and answer forum, this time focusing on recent crime trends and village codes. more
A man fled empty-handed from the Chase Bank on Rockaway Avenue on Jan. 26 after a teller did not hand over cash, Nassau County police said. more
Village of Valley Stream officials met with Nassau County Police Department members and County Leg. Bill Gaylor on Jan. 28 to discuss how to “further the cooperative efforts between Village Hall and the police in staying on top of crime in our area,” according to Mayor Ed Fare. more
A Lynbrook police detective arrested a Lynbrook man on Jan. 27 for holding up the Valero gas station on Sunrise Highway minutes earlier. more
Nassau County police are looking for two armed men who they said accosted a man outside his East Hawthorne Avenue home on Monday morning, then bound him and ransacked the house. A woman in the house was sexually assaulted. more
Flanked by fellow Democratic lawmakers and representatives of Long Island nonprofit groups on Monday, Nassau County Legislator Laura Curran, of Baldwin, called on the State Legislature to pass a measure that would “raise the age” of criminal responsibility from 16 to 18. more
Lynbrook police arrested a Lynbrook man last night for using a gun to hold up the Valero gas station on Sunrise Highway. more
A jury in Suffolk County needed only two hours to convict a Huntington Station man of shooting Suffolk police officer Mark Collins, of North Bellmore, during a traffic stop last March, according to a representative of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office. more
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