Attorney: Former Capital One bank worker admits stealing

A former employee at a Southold bank has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $35,000 from a customer’s account between 2012 and 2013 but has promised to pay full restitution and perform hundreds of hours of community service Read Full Article

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Witness recounts horrific SSP crash that killed father, children

An ordinary drive home for a Queens family ended one summer night in a horrific fireball on the Southern State Parkway in Bay Shore, witnesses and lawyers told a Suffolk jury Tuesday. Read Full Article

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Judge allows admission, breath test at vehicular homicide trial

A Suffolk judge ruled Thursday that evidence of a Queens man’s intoxication and his statement to police will be admissible when he stands trial in the fiery deaths of a man and two of his children last year on the Southern State Parkway. Read Full Article

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Expert challenged on driver’s drinking in Southern State crash

A toxicology expert told jurors Thursday that a Queens maintenance worker’s blood-alcohol content was “in the vicinity” of 0.12 percent when the man crashed into a sport utility vehicle on the Southern State Parkway, killing three family members. Read Full Article

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Blood-Alcohol Estimates Questioned In Drunken-Driving Cases, Including In Deadly Long Island Crash

CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — The way prosecutors see it, Oneil Sharpe Jr. was drunk when he raced down a Long Island highway at nearly 100 mph this summer and slammed into a car carrying a family home from a church gathering, causing a fiery wreck that killed a father and his two children. Read

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Former Medford nursing home workers freed from jail pending appeals

Two former Medford nursing home employees who spent nine days behind bars for their roles in the 2012 death of a patient were released from a Riverhead jail Thursday and will remain free pending their appeals. Read Full Article

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Medford nursing home worker testifies he didn’t tell relief staff to connect resident to ventilator

A former Medford nursing home employee testified Friday at the trial of five health care workers charged in a resident’s death that he did not tell a colleague who relieved him in October 2012 that the resident needed to be. Read Full Article

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Case Adjourned Against Riverhead Couple Involved With Threats To Bomb Jewish Center

The case against two Riverhead residents who are accused of claiming to have knowledge of a plot to bomb the Jewish Center of the Hamptons in July was adjourned until September at an appearance before East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky on Wednesday, August 20. Read Full Article

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Aquebogue woman accused of stealing hundreds of thousands in cash from her mother’s estate

A 58-year-old Aquebogue woman is facing second-degree grand larceny charges and up to 15 years in prison for allegedly stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from her mother’s estate. Read Full Article

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Nine Arraigned in Death of 72-Year-Old Nursing Home Resident

State prosecutors have charged two more employees of a Long Island nursing home where a 72-year-old resident died. Read Full Article

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