Timing sometimes is everything and for one young Davis Park fawn it might have been the difference between life and death. Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers pulled the fawn out of the icy waters off Davis Park Marina in Fire Island Thursday afternoon after noticing the deer upon coming into the marina.
Full story: http://sayville.patch.com/articles/marine-police-rescue-baby-deer-at-davis-park#c
A Babylon Village man has been ordered to surrender his dog after three alleged attacks left at least one person hospitalized for a time. News 12 Long Island reports Babylon resident Alan Ball was ordered by a judge to turn over his pitbull, named Muscles, over to an animal shelter in the Town of Babylon within 48 hours of his Wednesday hearing or face contempt charges.
Full story: http://babylonvillage.patch.com/articles/babylon-man-ordered-to-surrender-pitbull
The search is on for a man and woman who Suffolk County Police said stole a credit card and used it to make purchases at the CVS store in West Islip earlier this month.
Full story: http://westislip.patch.com/articles/police-pair-used-stolen-credit-card-at-west-islip-cvs
Deer Park-North Babylon
A North Babylon man is facing a harassment charge after he allegedly punched two people in face while in a limousine outside an East End vineyard, according to a Suffolk Times report.
Full story: http://deerpark-northbabylon.patch.com/articles/report-n-babylon-man-arrested-after-punching-two-people-outside-vineyard
Half Hollow Hills
Twins, born two minutes apart. That’s Chris and Joshua Bacon. Fate made them different. Yet they share a bond few could comprehend.
Full story: http://halfhollowhills.patch.com/articles/twin-passions-singular-drive
The Patchogue King Kullen is among several grocery stores that were victimized by a series of robberies in which a total of $2,400 worth of frozen shrimp were stolen, Suffolk County Police told Patch on Tuesday.
Full story: http://patchogue.patch.com/articles/police-four-people-steal-2-400-of-shrimp-for-drug-money
Sachem Patch received communication from a Farmingville man who built a hockey rink last week in his own back yard. Brian Wasson posted a gallery on his Facebook page of his family and the neighborhood kids zipping around on the rink during the last frigid cold spell. "Was so much fun," Wasson messaged us on the Sachem Patch Twitter page. "Totaled near 15 hours of ice time last weekend. Slowly melting now, hopefully to refreeze again."
Full story: http://sachem.patch.com/articles/photos-the-coolest-back-yard-in-sachem#photo-13240781