Suffolk County Police are actively searching for a suspect that escaped police custody ON SUNDAY.

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Suffolk County Police are actively searching for a suspect that escaped police custody ON SUNDAY.
OFFICIALS SAID 25 YEAR OLD Michael Greco of Shirley, was arrested on March 9th on non-violent drug related charges and for resisting arrest.  He was at the Fourth Precinct, ON  Veterans Memorial Highway, Smithtown, being processed when he escaped from police custody.
Greco is described as a white male, approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall, 110 pounds with a thin build.  He has brown hair, brown eyes and dark facial hair.
Police are asking anyone with information to call Fourth Squad detectives at 631-854-8452 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.All calls will remain confidential.

Another pizza delivery man robbed in Nassau


Nassau County Police are investigating the mugging of a pizza delivery man.  It happened in West Hempstead just after ten last night.

Police say the victim was jumped from behind as he delivered a pie to a home on Park Avenue.  One suspect paid for the pizza while another allegedly threw the delivery man to the ground, stomping him and stealing his cell phone and cash.  Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 800-244-TIPS.

Governor to crack down on double dippers


The state is cracking down on New Yorkers exploiting two programs aimed at housing cost relief.

Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced an effort to expose “double dippers” who live in rent-regulated apartments while also claiming a School Tax Relief, or STAR exemption on a different home. A cross-check of rent regulation and the New STAR registry turned up more than 150 names.

State Taxation and Finance Commissioner Thomas Mattox says it is common sense – if you lease a rent-regulated apartment, you cannot have another home as your primary residence.

Wage freeze extended in Nassau


Nassau County’s Financial Control Board has voted to extend a three-year wage freeze for county workers.

According to Newsday, the Control Board has determined that there’s only one way for the freeze to be lifted.  County Executive Ed Mangano would have to use nearly 130-million dollars in new revenue to cover raises.  That money could reportedly come from speed camera fines, mortgage recording fees and sales taxes.