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Riverhead police are investigating the apparent stabbing of a man on Lewis Street in Riverhead late Sunday.
The victim — a 43-year-old man — went to Peconic Bay Medical Center after he was stabbed in left shoulder while on Lewis Street, police said. Cops were called to the hospital about 11:40 p.m. to investigate. The man was treated for a single stab wound and released, according to a news release.
Police have not released information about the description of the attacker and said the investigation is active. No arrests have been made.
Riverhead detectives have asked anyone with information about the alleged incident to contact the department at (631) 727-4500 ext. 327. All calls will be kept confidential.
John Rienzo setting up his Divco memorabilia in the display case at Riverhead Free Library, where it is on view during October. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The milk business runs through John Rienzo Jr.’s veins.
After all, the Calverton man’s grandfather was a milkman. So were his grandfather’s two brothers-in-law and his great-uncle.
Yating Liu (right) meets with Annie Wieland, the store manager who discovered her purse at Tanger Outlets earlier this month. Ms. Wieland had the purse sent halfway around the world to China, hoping to return it to its owner. (Credit: Paul Squire)
One of the first things Yating Liu did when she came to the United States in late August was buy herself a little blue purse.
Ting, as friends call her, is a native of China who is currently a junior exchange student at McGann-Mercy High School in Riverhead. She said she bought the purse, which is about six inches long and looks more like an oversized wallet, while shopping with her host mother, Joan Sattler of Hampton Bays, and Fiona Yang, another international student living with her at Ms. Sattler’s home.
Ting needed a new purse for her nearly year-long stay in the country. After purchasing it, she filled it with bank and identification cards, family photos and hundreds of American dollars.
But less than a week later, the purse was gone — lost while shopping at Tanger Outlets in Riverhead.
“I got very nervous about it,” Ting, 16, told the News-Review.
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The Center Moriches woman who abandoned two abused puppies at a Riverhead animal hospital in December 2012 was sentenced to three years probation last week.
A state audit of the Flanders Fire Districts finances found no discrepancies in the money paid out by the district, but warned that district procedures and records weren’t “adequate” to prevent errors or irregularities.
The district says they have already changed their policies to comply with all of the state’s suggestions.
Anthony Wayne Smith mug shot from May 2014 (Credit: Riverhead Town police)
An ex-con charged in a 15-count indictment with slashing and punching a group of people in downtown Riverhead last month claims that he was acting in self-defense after the group tried to steal his bike, taunted him, and then started a fight, the man’s defense attorney claimed. (more…)
Two boats reposition themselves just before the annual Whitebread race Saturday morning. (Credit: Paul Squire)
With the wind whipping and rain storms plaguing Peconic Bay, 92 sailing boats competed in the 21st annual Whitebread race Saturday. (more…)