A local New York City Police Department officer has another reason to be considered a hero.
Peter Cybulski, 25, a Flanders resident and Riverhead High School graduate, was a first responder when a Bronx man drove his car into pedestrians Thursday in Times Square, killing one and injuring 22.
Riverhead Town Police arrested a Southold man on a grand larceny charge in Riverhead May 6.
Richard Jensen, 39, showed up at a Fairway Avenue house uninvited around 2:05 a.m., talked to the homeowner for about a minute and then stated “I gotta go” and quickly left the house, according to a police report.
Three people were rescued from an elevator Friday morning at the East End Veterans Clinic on Center Drive in Riverside after they were trapped for about 30 minutes, authorities at the scene said.
A Riverhead woman who stole a pair of cars and led police on a wild chase across Southampton and Riverhead Towns last September pleaded guilty Wednesday to two counts of third-degree criminal possession of stolen property and four other charges, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office. READ
A Calverton man was arrested after he reportedly “set his girlfriend on fire” Wednesday night following a dispute in the woods near his home on Forge Road, according to Riverhead police.
An alcohol compliance check of 15 local businesses resulted in one arrest Wednesday, according to a Riverhead Town police press release.
Christopher Keating, 22, of Riverhead was arrested at the Mobil gas station on Route 58 near Pulaski Street while working as a store clerk, the release states.
Riverhead police are seeking the public’s to locate three people involved with separate larcenies that took place May 6 at Home Depot and K-Mart, according to a police press release issued Tuesday.
An alleged getaway driver in a fatal 2013 Flanders home invasion learned Tuesday that she’s still facing second-degree murder — even though that charge was dismissed in the case against the man accused of firing the fatal shot. READ