News Releases

  1. Massapequa Woman Sentenced for Stealing more than $100,000 & Possessing Forged Prescriptions

    Yessenia Alongi filled forged prescriptions for Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, Xanax and Valium Read on...
  2. Westbury Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for Assaulting and Robbing Day Laborer

    Wilson Garcia stabbed former roommate in head and threw him down basement stairwell Read on...
  3. NCDA Offers Funding for Crisis Intervention Services to Help Teens Coping with Heroin Addiction

    Forfeiture funds will be used to close the emergency treatment gap for children ages 13 to 17. Read on...
  4. Disbarred Attorney Re-Arrested For Stealing More than $500,000 from Estate Funds

    Robert Wagner was first arrested in September for stealing more than $400,000 from estate funds Read on...
  5. Hempstead Man Sentenced for Attempted Murder of Ex-Girlfriend

    Shaquon Lockwood attempted to murder woman by slicing her throat Read on...
  6. DA Singas Calls on Board of Regents to Upgrade School Violence Reporting System

    Proposes real-time disclosure of violence, gang activity, drug abuse and hate-based incidents Read on...
  7. Inmate Arrested for Plotting to Kidnap and Assault Former NCDA Prosecutor

    Chandran Nathan allegedly offered $10,000 for prosecutor to be beaten and videotaped exonerating the defendant Read on...
  8. Glen Cove Man Pleads Guilty to Stabbing Death of Ex-Girlfriend

    Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas announced that a Glen Cove man pleaded guilty to murder charges yesterday for the March 2015 stabbing death of his ex-girlfriend. Read on...
  9. International Fugitive Pleads Guilty to 1999 Murder at Hicksville Wedding

    Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas announced that a Guyanese man who killed a 19-year old wedding guest and injured another man at a Hicksville wedding in 1999 pleaded guilty today to murder charges. Read on...
  10. District Attorney Singas Reminds Voters of Rights and Announces Election Protection Program

    Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas today announced that her office will have prosecutors and investigators available to address voting-relating issues on Nov. Read on...
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