UPDATE (Oct. 15): Police have arrested the driver of a Jeep for providing a false name and driving with a suspended license. The driver was Tara Demauro, 48, of Rocky Point. The name was she provided police was a relative who was not involved. Read more here.
Original Story: A Calverton woman died following a two-vehicle crash in Wading River Monday morning, according to Suffolk County police. READ
The family of an East Hampton man who died following a single-car crash in Flanders Sunday night is raising funds to bring his body back to Ecuador. READ
The driver responsible for a fatal crash in Ridge that killed four members of a Riverhead family last year was sentenced Tuesday to 27 years in prison, according to a press release from District Attorney Timothy Sini’s office. (more…)
Police are investigating the death of a man involved in a single-vehicle crash on Sound Avenue in Baiting Hollow Friday night, Riverhead Town police said. (more…)
An East Patchogue man died early Wednesday morning in Calverton after he drove a taxi cab into a tree, according to Suffolk County police. READ
A 36-year-old Riverside man was killed Sunday night after being struck by an alleged drunken driver while walking on County Route 105, according to Southampton Town police. READ
John and Alisa McMorris, the parents of Andrew McMorris, the Wading River boy tragically killed after being struck by a drunk driver while out on a hike with fellow scouts Sunday afternoon, released a statement this morning remembering their son. They also wanted to share a brief statement thanking the community for its support. The above photo was taken of Andrew, by his mother, moments before Sunday’s hike. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Branch Funeral Homes in Miller Place. Below is the McMorris’ comments, as sent to the News-Review through a family friend and spokesperson. READ