Kevin McDonald, 36, of Bellport was arrested last Wednesday for possession of PCP and marijuana, according to Southampton Town police.
Mr. McDonald was allegedly stopped on Flanders Road in Hampton Bays after switching lanes unsafely. Further investigation revealed that his driver’s license was suspended June 16, 2018, and he was found to be in possession of marijuana and phencyclidine, or PCP, police reports said. READ
A Riverhead man was arrested for drunken driving last Thursday after he was stopped on Vail Avenue in Riverside, police said. READ
The focus these days for the Shoreham-Wading River High School girls basketball team has been on Mikayla Dwyer’s right knee. That’s because the Wildcats know they need a healthy Dwyer on the court in order to get a leg up on the tough competition.
So, Shoreham must have been thankful it didn’t need Dwyer to play a full 32 minutes Thursday against a struggling Southampton team that had only seven players available for the Suffolk County League VI game. Some question remained as to whether Dwyer would play at all because of the ailing knee, but the senior guard was out there among the starting five, wearing a bandage wrap and a knee pad. READ
One might think that by May 2017 no audio recording of a political candidate could be outrageous enough to leave me stunned. READ
Shoreham-Wading River brought the energy, the fire and the intensity. But Southampton just brought too much.
Southampton, winner of the last three Long Island Class B boys basketball championships, had only seven players available for its Suffolk County League VI game in Shoreham on Saturday. That was enough.
For nearly three decades a Southampton man has eluded apprehension in connection with a gruesome double murder.
In his first one-on-one interview with the media since his arrest and guilty plea in federal court Tuesday, former Southampton Town Councilman Brad Bender told the News-Review he became addicted to pain pills he was overprescribed following back surgery.
Mr. Bender said he eventually started sharing his prescription with another person, who then sold the pills to others. READ
Southampton Town Board member Brad Bender pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to conspiracy to illegally distribute oxycodone as part of a $1.8 million scheme involving a Riverhead physician assistant who had previously been arrested by federal agents. READ