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Drug Lab: Owner Busted Making Meth At Ronkonkoma Business, Police Say
A Long Island business owner is accused of operating a methamphetamine laboratory in the same building that houses his company.
Suffolk County Police officers were initially called at around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 7, with reports of a burglary at the Quantitative Laboratories, located in Ronkonkoma on Pond Road.
While searching the building for suspects, officers uncovered chemicals and equipment consistent with a methamphetamine operation, police said.
Investigators also reported finding solid and liquid methamphetamine, along with ketamine, cocaine, and $40,000 in cash.
The company’s …
Caught On Video: Suspect Admits Shooting 31-Year-Old To Death Outside Central Islip Restaurant
Nearly two years after a man was shot to death outside of a Long Island restaurant, the victim’s killer has confessed.
Ismael Rodriguez-Rosado, age 29, of East Islip, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and other charges in Suffolk County Court on Monday, June 5, in the death of 31-year-old German Ariel Montes De Oca Ramirez in August 2021.
According to the Suffolk County DA’s office, the two got into an altercation outside of the Mi Nueva Encanto Restaurant, located in Central Islip on Carleton Avenue, at around 1 a.m. on Aug. 2, 2021.
Earlier Report: Suspect Nabbed In Fatal Shoo…
Capitol Breach: LI Funeral Home Owner Sprayed Insecticide On Police, Assaulted Reporters: Feds
This story has been updated to include a statement from Moloney Family Funeral Homes.
A funeral home owner from New York is accused of assaulting police officers and reporters during the breach of the US Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Long Island’s Peter Moloney, age 58, of Bayport, was arrested Wednesday, June 7, on multiple federal charges, including assaulting law enforcement.
Moloney is the co-owner of Moloney Family Funeral Homes, which has eight locations across Long Island.
According to federal prosecutors, he was among several people who illegally gathered on the West Plaza of the …
Covid-19 $14.7M Scheme: Long Island Woman Tried Stealing From Relief Program, Feds Say
Two men from Westchester and a Long Island woman face charges after participating in a more than $14 million scheme to steal from a program created to help small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, federal officials said.
New Rochelle resident Glenroy Walker, age 65, Mount Vernon resident Gary Wheeler, age 46, Freeport resident Sherril Baez, age 50, and three others are charged with scheming to steal more than $14 million from the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York announced on Tuesday, June 6.