03/22/15 10:00am
03/22/2015 10:00 AM

• Someone removed $38,000 from a business account at a local bank, according to a police report. The money was reported missing last Friday, Riverhead Town police said. The alleged theft is under investigation, according to the report.

• About $2,000 worth of copper was stolen from Riverhead High School overnight Monday, according to a police report. Authorities said 2-by-20-foot and 3-by-20-foot lengths of copper were missing from the school. The metal was stolen sometime between 3 p.m. Monday and 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

• A Mastic man was arrested for marijuana possession at an ice cream parlor in Riverhead early last Tuesday, police said. Terry Peacock, 32, was arrested after police investigated a “suspicious vehicle” about 3:19 a.m.

Mr. Peacock was charged with one misdemeanor count and one violation for marijuana possession.

• A 65-year-old Glenwood Village resident was caught driving drunk after he crashed inside the residential development last Saturday evening, police said.

Christopher Zimmermann was arrested after getting into an accident at 6:04 p.m., according to a police report. Mr. Zimmerman was brought to police headquarters and charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, police said.

Those who are named in police reports have not been convicted of any crime or violation. The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.

03/21/15 4:00pm
Photos of David DeCarle at Friday's memorial. (Credit: Courtesy photo)

Photos of David DeCarle at Friday’s memorial. (Credit: Courtesy photo)

When bikers from across the country began to make their way to Riverhead Friday for a memorial and fundraiser in honor of David DeCarle, it came as no surprise to LJ James.

“We do this for each other,” Mr. James said. “When one member goes down, we take care of their family.”  (more…)

03/21/15 8:00am
Photos of dogs inside the Calverton shelter that were provided to the News-Review by a Precious Pups lawyer last year. (Courtesy: Precious Pups)

A Precious Pups lawyer provided photos from inside the shelter to the News-Review last year. (Courtesy: Precious Pups)

A dog adoption center in Calverton accused of selling sick animals has been permanently shut down and its owners barred from selling, fostering or adopting out animals, according to a court order.