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Three men were arrested and charged with breaking into automobiles in the vicinity of Douglas Avenue and Whitehall Lane in Wantagh on Monday at 2:25 a.m. According to First Squad detectives, the … more
The race for District 17 in the New York State Assembly has John Mikulin vying for the seat just shy of six months into his tenure after winning a special election in April. This November, Democrat … more
A 72-year-old man was killed Monday afternoon when his pickup truck struck two parked cars and slammed into a utility pole, the Nassau County Police Department reported. The driver, who was not … more
A six-year-old boy suffered a football head injury yesterday in Seaford. more
Students and staff at the Seaford School District were never at risk, after a threat went out Monday morning, according to at least two emails from school officials. more
Wantagh is the latest community targeted by Nassau County’s Operation Natalie drug abuse prevention and education program, which county officials say has already resulted in significantly decreased overdoses. more
A Levittown man was arrested in Seaford on September 10, as part of a “dangerous animals investigation,” when police removed three Gila Monsters, one alligator, two Caiman and five Bearded lizards from his car. more
Gang symbols were discovered spray-painted on a guardrail outside Wantagh Middle School yesterday morning at about 7:15am, Nassau police reported, adding that they are investigating the incident. more
The Wantagh School District released the following statement from Superintendent John McNamara saying the police do not believe the graffiti is gang related: more
Paul Dean, 44, of Wantagh, a retired NYPD lieutenant, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit bribery last week for his role in approving gun licenses in exchange for gifts, officials at the U.S. Attorney's Office announced on Aug. 16. more
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