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Riverhead Town Police Department

Riverhead police seek information about assault of male pedestrian late last night

Police said the victim of an assault sought assistance at a home on Segal Avenue late last night. Anyone who may have witnesses the assault or who can provide any information is asked to call 631-727-4500. All calls will be kept confidential, police said.

Police seek information about deceased woman in submerged vehicle at Iron Pier Beach

Riverhead Police have identified the woman found dead in a submerged vehicle at Iron Pier Beach June 29 and are asking the public for information.

Cops: Man robbed of cash after making ATM withdrawal

Police are searching for two people in connection with a robbery in the parking lot of a West Main Street bank late...

Cops: Man who stole cigarettes, used stolen getaway vehicle tracked by K-9 unit and arrested

A Riverhead K-9 unit tracked a suspect sought for larceny from a 7-Eleven early this morning.

Riverhead Police K-9 unit locates missing elderly woman

An 89-year-old woman was reported missing at about 4:25 p.m. yesterday from a residence on Sound Avenue in Riverhead.

Police dive team, firefighters rescue stranded boaters

The Riverhead Police dive team and a fire department marine unit rescued four people and a dog on in a small boat on the L.I. Sound yesterday.

Calverton crash claims life of 61-year-old Coram man

Police said the man drove into the intersection at Route 25 and Burman Boulevard despite having a red light and was struck by an eastbound vehicle.

Taxicab compliance check found six of seven cabs in violation of codes

Police issued a total of 11 town code violations for violation of town code provisions requiring operator permits and vehicle permits, according to Riverhead Police Chief David Hegermiller.

Woman airlifted after crash on Sound Avenue

A woman was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital Saturday morning following a crash on Sound Avenue.

Officer Dennis Cavanagh, ‘a true cop’s cop,’ set to retire after 35-year career in Riverhead

The Riverhead Police Department is losing a 35-year veteran this week, with the retirement of Police Officer Dennis Cavanagh.