Dole Recalls Salads Sold In 25 States, Including NY, Due To Possible Listeria Contamination Dole Recalls Salads Sold In 25 States, Including NY, Due To Possible Listeria Contamination
Dole Recalls Salads Sold In 25 States, Including NY, Due To Possible Listeria Contamination A recall has been issued for several Dole Fresh Vegetables salad kits due to possible Listeria contamination. Dole says the kits were processed on the same line as cheeses produced by Rizo-López Foods, which recalled a line of its dairy products, including cheeses. Related story - Deadly Cheeses Prompt Massive Recall Nationwide: CDC, FDA, USDA "This recall notification is being issued due to the potential for cross-contamination of cheese contained in certain master packs by cheese potentially contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes from our packaged cheese supplier," Dole sai…
ID Thief Admits Stealing $10K From Long Island Residents ID Thief Admits Stealing $10K From Long Island Residents
ID Thief Admits Stealing $10K From Long Island Residents An admitted identity thief is facing prison time after stealing nearly $10,000 from two Long Island victims. Donald Archibald, age 44, of the Bronx, pleaded guilty to multiple counts of grand larceny and related charges in Suffolk County Court on Friday, Feb. 9. Prosecutors said Archibald obtained a Suffolk County resident’s address and personal information from the dark web in April 2023 and used it to make a fake driver’s license with that person’s information but his own photo. He then went to an M&T Bank in Bridgeport, Connecticut and used the phony ID to withdraw $2,000 from the v…
Drunk Driver Who Killed Boy In High-Speed Long Island Expressway Crash Admits To Manslaughter Drunk Driver Who Killed Boy In High-Speed Long Island Expressway Crash Admits To Manslaughter
Drunk Driver Who Killed Boy In High-Speed Long Island Expressway Crash Admits To Manslaughter A drunk driver has confessed to causing a high-speed crash on the Long Island Expressway that killed a 9-year-old boy. Travis Dickson, age 32, of Brooklyn, pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter and related charges in Suffolk County Court on Friday, Feb. 9. Prosecutors said Dickson was impaired by alcohol and marijuana when he got behind the wheel of a BMW sedan in the early hours of Monday, Aug. 22, 2022. Earlier Report: Man Indicted On Manslaughter, DWI Charges In Farmingville Crash That Killed 9-Year-Old At around 1:50 a.m., he was speeding westbound on the Long Island Express…
Man Nabbed For Creating Fake Loans In Merrick, Scamming Many: Police Man Nabbed For Creating Fake Loans In Merrick, Scamming Many: Police
Man Nabbed For Creating Fake Loans In Merrick, Scamming Many: Police A Long Island man was arrested for scamming multiple people, taking their money in exchange for a loan that would never come, police said. Nassau County Police announced the arrest of 38-year-old Anthony Boglino of Miller Place on Wednesday, Feb. 7 for the alleged scheme, which took place about seven months prior. On Sunday, July 2, 2023, Boglino — who is the founder of Miele Consulting Corporation — met with a woman, 48, in Merrick under the guise of helping her secure a Small Business Administration Loan (SBA). She reportedly signed a contract with Boglino to get a $50,000 loan. As pa…
'Delicious, Interesting Flavors' Found At New Glen Head Eatery 'Delicious, Interesting Flavors' Found At New Glen Head Eatery
'Delicious, Interesting Flavors' Found At New Glen Head Eatery A new bistro opened its doors on Long Island, serving up unique dishes with whimsical names. Honey’s Bistro, located at 6 Railroad Avenue in Glen Head, sprung onto the scene on Thursday, Jan. 8. Though the building has a simple, white exterior, the inside of the eatery is an explosion of pastel-colored whimsy, complete with pink espresso machines and dog-shaped decor. But, of course, it isn’t all looks — Honey’s Bistro’s menu features a smattering of soups, salads, sandwiches, and bowls, with names and flavors that are just as fun as the decor (think the “Don’t Go Bacon My Heart” salad …
21-Year-Old Street Racer Admits Causing Long Island Crash That Killed Husband, Father 21-Year-Old Street Racer Admits Causing Long Island Crash That Killed Husband, Father
21-Year-Old Street Racer Admits Causing Long Island Crash That Killed Husband, Father A 21-year-old man formally admitted causing a street racing crash on Long Island that killed a husband and father. Jesus Bonilla, of Commack, pleaded guilty to manslaughter and related charges in Suffolk County Court on Thursday, Feb. 8, in the death of James Beck. According to prosecutors, Bonilla was racing another car on Jericho Turnpike when he struck Beck in Huntington Station on the night of Nov. 19, 2022. Moments before the crash, witnesses saw Bonilla speeding westbound on Jericho Turnpike in a Honda sedan while racing an SUV. Both vehicles were seen driving side by side, running r…
Deadly Cheeses Prompt Massive Recall Nationwide: CDC, FDA, USDA Deadly Cheeses Prompt Massive Recall Nationwide: CDC, FDA, USDA
Deadly Cheeses Prompt Massive Recall Nationwide: CDC, FDA, USDA Dairy products linked to deaths and serious illness — sold nationwide at many major retailers — are being recalled, the Center for Disease Control, the US Department of Agriculture, and the Food And Drug Administration announced in multiple releases over the first week of February.  Rizo Lopez Foods, Inc. is recalling over 50 products after 26 illnesses, 23 hospitalizations, and 2 deaths, according to the CDC.  The California-based company issued the recall following the report of Listeria monocytogenes contamination causing illnesses in 11 states. Listeria monocytogene…
Ex-Fire Department Treasurer Steals $30K Of Malverne Government Funds, DA Says Ex-Fire Department Treasurer Steals $30K Of Malverne Government Funds, DA Says
Ex-Fire Department Treasurer Steals $30K Of Malverne Government Funds, DA Says A former fire department treasurer from Long Island is accused of using the department’s debit cards for personal use, withdrawing cash from out-of-state casinos. Richard Bopp, age 45, of Malverne, faced his charges on Thursday, Feb. 8, the Nassau County District Attorney announced. Bopp served as Chief of the Malverne Fire Department from 2019 to 2021; then, starting in April 2021, he became the department’s treasurer. According to the DA’s Office, From July 2021 to May 2023, Bopp wrote and cashed five checks from the department to himself, totaling about $5,000. He also is alleged t…
Alert Issued For 32-Year-Old Long Island Man Missing For Week Alert Issued For 32-Year-Old Long Island Man Missing For Week
Alert Issued For 32-Year-Old Long Island Man Missing For Week Police are seeking help in locating a Long Island man who has been missing for a week. Anthony Perez, age 32, of Dix Hills, was last seen at his Weymouth Street residence on Thursday, Feb. 1, according to Suffolk County Police.  Relatives reported him missing on Tuesday, Feb. 6. Perez is 5-foot-6 and 165 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. Detectives asked anyone with information in the case to contact the Suffolk County Police Department at 631-854-8252. Share this story by clicking the Facebook icon below. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
20-Year-Old Woman Admits Driving 100 MPH In Double-Fatal West Hempstead Crash 20-Year-Old Woman Admits Driving 100 MPH In Double-Fatal West Hempstead Crash
20-Year-Old Woman Admits Driving 100 MPH In Double-Fatal West Hempstead Crash A 20-year-old Long Island woman has pleaded guilty to speeding through a red light and crashing into a dump truck, killing two. Nylah Frazier, age 20, of West Hempstead, entered her plea for the 2021 crash on Thursday, Feb. 8, according to the Nassau County District Attorney. At around 1 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021, Frazier was driving her BMW X3 north on Westminster Road in West Hempstead with two passengers: Amanda Arguinzoni, age 17, and Kurtis Caesar, age 19. The DA said Frazier was going more than 100 miles per hour when she ran a red light, running into the back of a parked du…
Lane Closures Scheduled For Portion Of Long Island Expressway Lane Closures Scheduled For Portion Of Long Island Expressway
Lane Closures Scheduled For Portion Of Long Island Expressway Scheduled roadwork could spell delays for Long Island drivers later this week. The eastbound right and center lanes of the Long Island Expressway are scheduled to close between exit 61 and Exit 62 in Brookhaven overnight Thursday night, Feb. 8. Lanes will be closed from 10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8 to 5 a.m. Friday, Feb. 9 while crews conduct bridge maintenance, according to the Department of Transportation.  The ramp for exit 62 will also be closed during that time.  The left and HOV lanes, along with the South Service Road, will remain open. Transportation officials warned of pos…
Poll Shows Tight Race In Special Election For George Santos Congressional Seat Poll Shows Tight Race In Special Election For George Santos Congressional Seat
Poll Shows Tight Race In Special Election For George Santos Congressional Seat Fresh polling continues to show a tight race ahead of New York’s special election to fill George Santos’ vacant congressional seat. A Newsday/Siena College poll of likely 3rd District voters released Thursday, Feb. 8, shows Democrat Tom Suozzi narrowly leading Republican Mazi Pilip 48 to 44 percent. Though both candidates have breakeven favorability ratings, voters feel that Suozzi would do a better job on protecting democracy, addressing the issue of abortion, and making Congress work more effectively, said Don Levy, Siena College Research Institute’s director. “Pilip is viewed as better …