Update (May 17): Isaiah Little returned to Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch in Riverhead on Saturday, according to a Riverhead police press release issued Wednesday.
Riverhead police are seeking the public’s help to locate a teenager who has been reported missing from Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch in Riverhead, according to a police press release issued Wednesday.
Isaiah Little, 15, has been missing since May 1, officials said.
The defendant in a fatal 2013 Flanders home invasion accepted a plea agreement Tuesday after his attorney learned that a prosecutor had failed to turn over more than 100 pages of notes related to the investigations — including evidence that others had confessed to the murder. READ
An unlicensed Flanders man was caught driving drunk early Monday morning on Flanders Road and his passenger was arrested on drug charges, according to a Southampton Town police report.
Jorge Cabrera, 35, was pulled over around 3 a.m. for failing to maintain his lane and driving with a broken rear passenger tail light, officials said.
Gerald Crenshaw was arrested for stealing a cellphone and four game controllers from Target last Thursday, according to a Riverhead police report.
A Target employee said Mr. Crenshaw, 33, tried to remove the items, valued at $400, around 3:30 p.m. from the Old Country Road store without paying, officials said.
A Riverhead man with a history of felony arrests was charged with breaking into the Polish Town Deli on Pulaski Street, according to a Riverhead Town police press release.
A Suffolk County police homicide detective on Wednesday showed a jury cell phone data combined with video surveillance that suggests a possible path a suspect took the night of a 2013 home invasion that left a Flanders man dead. READ
The prosecution labeled it “a case about science and the use of DNA in its infancy.”
The defense said it’s a tale of corruption with a chapter on destroying evidence that might have implicated police officers in the murder of two prostitutes.
An employee of Guess Factory Outlet in Tanger Outlets who claimed to be the victim of an armed robbery in December fabricated the story and instead stole the money himself, Riverhead Town police said. READ