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Coffee with a cop: Police will host meet-ups around town Wednesday morning

The police department is hosting four informal sessions on Wednesday morning, October 4, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at locations across town.

Actualizado: Un niño de dos años que fue golpeado por un automóvil en Wading River el sábado ha sido declarado muerto...

(Actualizado: Sept. 3, 4:55 a.m.) Un niño de dos años murió después de ser golpeado por un automóvil en Wading River el sábado por la...

Three charged in drug bust on Raynor Avenue

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

Police investigating fire at vacant house on Melene Avenue

Riverhead Police and the Suffolk County Police arson squad are investigating a fire at a vacant house on Melene Avenue just after midnight.

Riverhead cops: Man robbed on Ostrander Avenue

Police said a 26-year-old man was robbed by two men on Ostrander Avenue near Corwin Street shortly after 2 a.m.

Police charge four in assault and robbery on Raynor Avenue Monday morning

Riverhead Police arrested four people in connection with an assault and robbery at a Raynor Avenue home Jan. 23.

Riverhead Police charge man in larceny

Riverhead Police today announced the arrest of a man they say stole a $600 Dyson vacuum cleaner from the Route 58 Target on Dec. 4.

Honoring Riverhead’s finest: PBA fêtes Cop of the Year and other officers for exceptional performance of duties

Riverhead Police Officer Anthony Montalbano was honored as the PBA Cop of the Year for 2016 for his numerous actions saving lives and fighting crime.

Riverhead cops seek information on theft of copper pipes in Wading River

Police said an unknown person or persons entered a home on Breezy Point Road in Wading River and “removed a considerable portion of the copper pipes [and] water lines within the residence, causing extensive damage.”

Police: Snowmobile rider caused thousands in damages at golf course

Riverhead Police are investigating thousands of dollars worth of damages to Cherry Creek golf course on Reeves Avenue this weekend.