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On April 19, 2015, at approximately 2:00 a.m. residents in Huntington Station reported hearing multiple gun shots.  The shots were heard by residents living on East 16th, Winding Street, Tower and Lowndes in Huntington Station.
According to police they received multiple 911 calls and Shot Spotter was activated. Gun shells were located by police on Allison […]

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Ethics Bored

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After sitting through the recent Huntington Ethics board meeting, one might have pondered the question, “Are they corrupt or inept?”
The annual Ethics Board meeting took place on March 18, 2015.  The meeting began at 6:00 p.m. and lasted until 8:15 p.m., which is significantly longer than in years past.  This is likely because the integrity […]

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Second Precinct officer’s responded to a pedestrian stuck on Pulaski Road and Fairground in Huntington Station this afternoon. A man, 34, of Huntington Station, was crossing Pulaski Road against the light when he was struck by a vehicle that could not swerve out of the way at 1 p.m. The pedestrian was transported to Huntington […]

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Flashback Friday – Don Pius & Town Hall

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This article was originally published March 25, 2012.
Don Pius is one of the most notorious landlords in Huntington.  The history of Donald Pius in the Town of Huntington and specifically Huntington Station is a very involved story.  Over the past several decades Pius has made a fortune at the expense of his tenants and the tax payers.  […]

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Arrest made in Shooting of Officer, Suspect Has Criminal History In Huntington Station

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Sheldon Leftenant has been identified as the man who was arrested for shooting a Second Precinct police officer in
Huntington Station last night. Leftenant, 22, of 7 Tippin Drive, Huntington Station, was charged with Attempted Aggravated Murder and Resisting Arrest. He is scheduled to be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip today.
Sheldon Leftenant was […]

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Cuthbertson Claims Town Board Never Voted to Launch a Federal Investigation, Residents Dumbfounded

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The resolution below was sent to The Huntingtonian by Councilman Cook’s office when we requested it.  It was voted on November 6, 2014 and passed 5 -0.  In the video below (from the town board meeting on 2/10/15), Councilman Cuthbertson said, “the resolution that we sent to the United States Attorney’s Office was to ask them […]

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Suffolk County Police have arrested eight people, including four gang members, following a search warrant at a Greenlawn home during which drugs and weapons were seized.
Following an investigation by detectives from the  Narcotics Section, along with detectives from the Second and Fourth Precinct Special Operations Team, Criminal Intelligence Bureau, officers from the Second and Fourth […]

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Town Board Meeting Video – Resident Discusses Huntington Station & Asks for Cuthbertson’s Resignation

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Experts State Mark Cuthbertson Clearly Violated Ethics Code

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Although the Town of Huntington Ethics Board cleared Councilman Mark Cuthbertson of wrongdoing, many experts in the ethics field state that the Huntington Ethics Board, chaired by Howard Glickstein simply got it wrong.  As reported in Newsday, Mark Cuthbertson was appointed a “Receiver” of a foreclosed commercial property, in Islandia, NY. The property manager for […]

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Suffolk Conservative Chair – Ed Walsh Charged With Fraud

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According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Suffolk County Conservative Party Chairman Edward Walsh was Charged with Scheming to Defraud the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office.  Walsh Allegedly Represented Falsely That He Worked Regular and Overtime Hours for The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office When He Was Playing Golf, Visiting Casinos, or Performing Work on Behalf of the […]

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