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Flanders man who allowed drug sales out of his Lincoln Street auto repair shop is sentenced to three years in prison

A Flanders man accused of allowing two other men to sell drugs out of his Riverhead auto repair shop, resulting in the death of a Riverhead man who overdosed on their fentanyl-laced heroin, has been sentenced in Suffolk County Criminal Court.

Bellport man charged with selling opioid to man who overdosed at Riverhead gas station

A man overdosed at a Route 58 gas station last Wednesday. After an investigation, the East End Drug Task Force and Riverhead police charged a Bellport man, 22, with selling narcotics to the man.

Cops: Six arrested in raid at Riverhead house known as ‘epicenter’ of drug sales

Riverhad Town Police and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s East End Drug Task Force, executed a search warrant at 67 Zion Street yesterday at about 3 p.m. yesterday, according to a police press release.

Riverhead drug dealer pleads guilty to manslaughter, heroin sale in fatal overdose

John Brophy, 49, who with LaShawn Lawrence, 35, of Greenport, was accused of dealing heroin cut with fentanyl that caused the overdose death of a man in Riverhead last September, pleaded guilty last week to criminal sale of a narcotic drug and second-degree manslaughter.

Three charged in drug bust on Raynor Avenue

Three people were arrested on drug charges after a raid on a Raynor Avenue home Tuesday.

Flanders-Riverside residents pack Town Hall to demand more police presence; supervisor announces additional patrols

On a day that saw the arrest of a sitting town councilman on drug trafficking charges, residents of Flanders and Riverside packed the Southampton Town Board meeting room to demand more police presence to fight drug-related crime in their neighborhoods. Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst announced a deal with the town police union that she said would put two steady, full-time patrol units in the area beginning in January.

Suffolk D.A.: Men from Calverton and Bellport indicted for dealing ‘potent’ California-grown pot

A Calverton man prosecutors say is the principal street dealer in “a conspiracy to bring potent, high-grade strains of California-grown marijuana to Long Island for resale” will be arraigned today on multiple felony charges, Suffolk DA Tom Spota said.
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