Two Southold Town police officers who were receiving disability payments for several years after being injured on the job have been terminated, effective Tuesday, after the Town Board voted unanimously on resolutions terminating their employment for inability to perform their full duties.
The Southold Town police advisory committee presented a plan for a pathway toward accreditation for the town police department, and the Town Board gave the go-ahead on pursuing it.
Two Southold residents are facing felony charges after they were observed throwing a rock through a window at a home on Soundview Avenue in the hamlet, town police said. READ
A Garden City man was arrested on a drunken driving charge Sunday night after he was involved in a crash in Mattituck, according to a Southold Town police press release.
A Greenport man was arrested for striking a police officer late Friday night, Southold Town police said in a press release. READ
The Southold Town Police Department is now seeing the results of a $340,000 donation to improve police radio systems, allowing the department bring a necessary update to its dispatch room.
Two loose pit bulls attacked and killed a dog Sunday morning on Woodcliff Drive in Mattituck, according to a Southold Town police report.
The owner of the dogs, Jorge Torrento, 44, was charged with having a dangerous dog under the state’s Agriculture and Markets Law, a violation, police said.
On Monday, his first official day of retirement, Mark Zaleski began his morning with a mundane task: catching up on yard work outside his Southold home. After 32 years as a dispatcher with the Southold Town Police Department, Mr. Zaleski had answered his final call Friday. READ
A Cutchogue man whose driver’s license has been suspended 21 times was nabbed Friday on Depot Lane, Southold Town police said. READ
A Mattituck man was seriously injured after he was struck by an SUV crossing Main Road in Mattituck, Southold Town police said. READ