Horse Rescuer Closes Barn Door on Litigation
The leader of a Suffolk-based horse rescue group has reportedly settled two lawsuits against the Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, filed after she was cleared of animal abuse charges.
Ward Tech students get head start on veterinary careers
Rachel Gorga, 16, left, of Manorville, and Ana Figueroa, 18, of Hampton Bays, measure the vitals of Breezy, a 6-year-old Samoyed, on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014.
Driver Arrested for DWI After Fatal Crash in Manorville
February 26th, 2014 - Suffolk County Police today arrested a Manorville man for driving while intoxicated after he was involved in a motor vehicle crash that killed his passenger this morning.
Cops: Manorville Man Charged In Fatal DWI
A Manorville man was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated after a crash early Wednesday that killed his passenger, police said.
Cops: Home Health Aide Busted; Stole Credit Card From Patient's Family
A woman working as a home health aide in Riverhead was cuffed after police said she swiped a credit card belonging to a family member of one of her patients and used it to rack up a string of purchases, police said.
Thomas Coscetta gets 33 months in LIRR disability fraud case
Tom Coscetta poses for a portrait at his home in Southold. Coscetta, 62, pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy and fraud charges for claiming $307,000 in disability benefits before enjoying an active retirement of bowling, competitive shooting and working as a funeral home pall bearer.
Fmr. LIRR Conductor Sentenced for Disabilities-Pension Fraud
A former Long Island Rail Road conductor is sentenced to spend 33 months in prison for fraudulently claiming $307,000 in disability benefits.