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LIers arrive for Nassau's yearly Egg Hunt

Thousands of Long Island families arrived Saturday morning at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow, eagerly eggs-pecting the start of Nassau County's annual Egg Hunt.
 

Theft charge dismissed against former director of Long Beach shelter

A charge alleging theft of about $15,000 in donations to Rescue Ink, an animal rescue group that ran Long Beach's shelter, was dismissed this month against one of its original members.
 

Nassau police find convicts so DNA samples can be taken

The Nassau police department is on the hunt for about 1,200 convicted criminals -- required by state law to provide a DNA sample -- a unique endeavor that has netted the force scores of arrests, police said.
 

Nassau to appeal $36M award for men cleared of Theresa Fusco rape-murder

Nassau County will appeal a federal jury's award of $18 million each to two men who were exonerated in the 1984 murder and rape of a Lynbrook teenager after serving nearly 18 years in prison, an official said.
 

Cops: Serious crash shuts Hicksville roadways

Nassau County police on Friday are investigating a Hicksville motor-vehicle accident with serious injuries, a department spokeswoman said.
 

PA: Westbury trucker used rigged plate to beat toll

A truck driver from Westbury was arrested Thursday after a Port Authority police officer saw him use a retractable license plate to avoid paying a toll at the Goethals Bridge, authorities said.
 
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