Articles Tagged ‘investigation’

INDICTED: (L-R) Retired Nassau Police Detective Sergeant Al Sharpe, former Deputy Chief Inspector John Hunter and former Second Deputy Commissioner William Flanagan

Nassau Cop Scandal: DA Probe Ongoing

Shortly after sunrise on March 1, former Nassau County Police Second Deputy Commissioner William Flanagan, former Deputy Chief Inspector John Hunter and retired Detective Sergeant…



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Press Probe Into NCPD Foundation Prompts Investigation, Arrest by DA

On May 19, 2009, Nassau County’s Seventh Police Precinct received…



Frozen Fire Hydrants Spark Inquiry After Brentwood Blaze

The Suffolk County Water Authority has launched an investigation to determine why two of its fire hydrants were frozen when Brentwood firefighters responded to a house fire last month but were unable to extract water to extinguish the blaze.

The inoperable hydrants impeded members of the Brentwood Fire Department, who had arrived at a Brentwood residence about 7:30 a.m. Jan. 31, 2009 to battle a house fire, according to Rick Belyea, the department’s spokesman. Belyea says that although torches were installed on hydrants at the scene to help rectify any pressure issue in the event they were definitively frozen solid, firefighters were unable to retrieve water, and instead, located working hydrants nearby.