Articles Tagged ‘Marcelo Lucero’

LI advocacy group calls for changes in Suffolk Police policy after Department of Justice letter sent to County Executive Steve Levy last week. (Picture: Rashed Mian/Long island Press)

Advocates Push Suffolk Cops on Hispanic Relations

Immigration advocates gathered outside the Suffolk County Police Department’s 3rd…

In this March 22, 2010 photo, a commuter walks through the train station in Patchogue, N.Y., where Ecuadorean immigrant Marcelo Lucero was killed in a hate crime in 2008. As Lucero's alleged killer returns to court this week, immigrants say the Suffolk Police Department has made a visible and seemingly committed effort to reach them. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Suffolk Cops, Critics React to Feds’ Hate Crimes Advice

Suffolk County police and the department’s critics sounded off Thursday…

Inside the World of Steve Levy

“I’d likely run for re-election and it would be as a Republican,” asserts Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy. It’s a sunny Tuesday in mid-June, 2010,…


Steve Levy Leaving: What’s Next For Suffolk County?

The news rocked New York’s political world. After seven years…

Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy

Brief History of Steve Levy Through the Years

Long before this week’s bombshell erupted over Suffolk County Executive…


Top 10 Long Island News Stories of 2010: Year In Review

10 of the top local news stories that have had Long Islanders talking over the past year, including Marcelo Lucero, the Governor’s debate, Plum Island and more