Criminal incidents were once again down in Riverhead Town, continuing a trend for the past seven years.
Riverhead Police Chief David Hegermiller said the town will now be able to break down police statistics even further so that police can pinpoint hot spots for crime or traffic accidents. READ
A Riverhead woman whose license had previously been revoked for a driving while intoxicated was arrested last Wednesday after police stopped her for driving with heavily tinted windows, according to Southampton Town police. READ
Riverhead Town police are seeking the public’s help to identify three people who allegedly conspired to steal a shopper’s pocketbook. READ
Riverhead police arrested a Ridge man for driving with a suspended license on Sound Avenue in Riverhead Friday. READ
Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Southampton Town Police are seeking the public’s help detailing what happened to a man found seriously injured along the side of the road in Riverside in November. READ
Nails never fails, or so he says.
Former New York Met Lenny Dykstra, a leadoff hitter on the 1986 World Series team, came to the aid of victims of a minor accident in Laurel Tuesday by calling 911, according to a video the former major leaguer posted on Twitter. READ
A Sept. 28, 2018, incident in which a Hampton Bays man smashed the windows of a pickup truck at the Riverhead Fire Department is not believed to be gang related, according to Riverhead Police Chief David Hegermiller. READ
Two individuals were arrested Friday evening for possession of heroin, according to Southampton Town police. READ