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Two Teens Injured in North Amityville Shooting

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Suffolk County Police First Squad detectives are investigating a shooting that injured two teenagers at a house party in North Amityville this morning.
 An unidentified vehicle drove past a house party at 38 Ronald Drive East in North Amityville and fired five or six shots into a group of people standing outside the home at approximately […]

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The Huntington Housing Authority has a long history of poor public perception.  The only thing that has changed over the recent years is that the new leadership is well connected to our local politicians.  There are several laws that we know they are not complying with.  Compliance with other laws can’t be determined at this […]

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ShotSpotter Operational


As part of a demonstration, Suffolk County Police officer fired 2 rounds from a 9mm gun  into a van.  The 9mm weapon is the standard used by the police and is often the weapon of choice by criminals.  The demonstration showed how the ShotSpotter technology works.  After shots are fired, flex sensors and software triangulation pinpoint the precise location […]

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Conte: Community Leaders Must Come Together For Huntington Station

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We closed a school because of fear. We installed cameras and gunshot spotters because of fear. We cannot nor should we live in fear.

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ShotSpotter Live Demo

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A live gunfire demonstration of the new ShotSpotter Flex system now being used in Suffolk County will take place on December 22nd, at 9:30 a.m.

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Grand Larceny At Bloomingdales

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Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and the Suffolk County Police Second Squad Detectives are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the person(s) who stole merchandise from Bloomingdale’s in the Walt Whitman Mall located at 270 Walt Whitman Road, South Huntington.
On Tuesday, December 13, 2011, at approximately 8:30PM, two unknown black males took several Michele […]

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Video: GHCG Mtg Cont. – Residents Are Trying To Understand the Underlying Problem

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Residents ask Inspector Brady for honesty.  Bronwyn Black is trying to understand where the system is failing. Residents are questioning the crime statistics.  Inspector Brady defends the crime statistics that suggest crime is down.  Other residents chime in, “We want to help you”.  They ask Inspector Brady, “What is your wish list?”

If you are unable to […]

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The Audicity of Town Hall – What the Press Release Won’t Tell You

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In a Town Hall issued press release Petrone Reconvenes Huntington Station Action Coalition, Supervisor Petrone makes another disingenuous claim when he “called for a unified, focused effort to combat the root causes of recent gang related violent incidents that have raised community concerns.”  You can’t obtain a unified effort when key members of the community […]

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The problems in Huntington Station are extremely serious and they require a serious leader to address them.  We do not need more political quotes and committees.  Children are shooting each other, grandmothers live in fear, tax payers can no longer handle the burden, school districts are being dramatically impacted and negative stereotypes are being unfairly confirmed.  […]

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Inspector Brady Attends GHCG Meeting

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Inspector Brady was the guest speaker at last nights meeting of the Greater Huntington Civic Group. The meeting  was well attended which was no surprise since one of the groups missions is to address safety, crime and other quality of life issues.  Residents who attended were looking for information and solutions to what seems like an endless […]

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