Riverhead man who hosted party of 300 people Oct. 9 charged with violating Public Health Law, police announce
Police said they broke up a party of about 300 people that took place on Middle Road Oct. 9 and charged the host with violating N.Y. State Public Health Law and COVID-19 emergency regulations.
Police used patrol enforcement and checkpoints during the campaign, which took place between May 20 and June 2, the department said in a press release issued Sunday.
With arrest warrants already piling up in Riverhead, how will justice court and town police deal with new no-bail system?
In Riverhead Justice Court, outstanding arrest warrants are already piling up. What's going to happen after the 'bail reform' law kicks in next year and most people charged with crimes will no longer be arrested and brought before a judge?
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A 24-year-old Medford man died in a single-car crash in Manorville late last night, Riverhead Police announced in a press release this morning.
A Hampton Bays man has been charged with criminal mischief in the vandalism of a firefighter’s pickup truck parked outside Riverhead Fire Department headquarters in September.
Baiting Hollow residents were surprised to find an unoccupied heavy-duty truck on the beach at Edwards Avenue Sunday morning. The truck had been driven off the ramp and apparently became stuck in the sand on Saturday night, according to Riverhead Police. But the reason remains a mystery.