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Sudbury butcher John Sawyer was amazed when a letter was written to the Bury Free Press claiming his window display was upsetting children. He says he's had overwhelming support from the public - and he'll soon be putting in a new window display.
December 15th 2016 / Official Press Conference Footage: Long Island Escort Claims Disgraced Ex-Police Chief James Burke Is Connected To The Giglo Beach Unsolved Murders Case: OAK BEACH, N.Y. — Suffolk County's disgraced former Police Chief James Burke, long suspected of keeping the FBI in the dark about the Gilgo Beach murders, faces a new accusation from a sex worker who says there's a link between him and the killings, an attorney for one of the slain victims said Thursday. It’s been six years since the bodies of more than a dozen women -- all sex workers -- one man and one toddler were first found, but there's still no suspect and no one in custody. Now, the attorney for the family of one victim, Shannan Gilbert, says there’s a connection among Burke, prostitutes and Gilgo Beach. “Th...
Almost a year ago, retired homicide detective Gary Britton and Alex Zdan went to Gilgo Beach, Long Island on the trail of the Long Island Serial Killer. Scattered along the side of a windy beachfront highway, authorities had found at least 10 bodies, victims, they believed of that serial murderer. The mystery remained: who murdered women selling their bodies over Craigslist and dumped them along Ocean Parkway? Today there is yet another storm brewing on Gilgo, and another angle to investigate: police corruption. James Burke was the colorful and powerful chief of the Suffolk County Police Department. In November, Burke was sentenced to nearly four years in federal prison for the beating of a suspect who stole his gun belt, sex toys and other items from Burke's SUV and for getting other of...
Real Life Vampire Couple Drink Each Other's Blood SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj LIA Benninghoff and Aro Draven have an unconventional relationship - they drink each other's blood. The couple, from Haverhill, Suffolk, believe they are vampires and feed from each other once a week. Lia, 20, and Aro, 38, plan to tie the knot in a vampire style wedding on Halloween. Videographer/Director: Paul Wildman Producer: Harriet Hernando Editor: Joshua Douglas For more amazing footage of the amazing side of life, visit the Barcroft Media website: http://bit.ly/19OYwp Like Barcroft Media on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/RJlaj6 Follow Barcroft Media on Twitter: http://bit.ly/10vFLY9
Just a little more than a year after the Suffolk County Police Department paid a $200,000 settlement to a photojournalist they arrested for video recording in public, another man is claiming they did the same to him, even going as far as to attempt to delete his footage. http://photographyisnotacrime.com/2015/08/suffolk-county-police-once-again-arrest-man-for-recording-them-in-public/
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Suffolk county Police retirement ceremony After 38.5 years of service I have been honored to know and work with Police Officer Craig Vasey. Today was his walk out retirement ceremony. Every day this Hero put on his shield, Gun, and vest and put his life on the line for his community. Today he retired safely. In this day and age this is how a Police Officer should end his tour of duty. Being honored and saluted by his peers. Suffolk County Emerald Society pipes and drums, and a Police Helicopter fly over. Much respect. This was his brief ceremony before he rode off into the sunset.
Officers from Suffolk police's cyber crime team visited students at Kesgrave High School to speak about howe to stay safe on social media. Powered by the EADT and Ipswich Star, Suffolk Now is the YouTube channel for all of the best stories from across Suffolk, North Essex and the eastern region, bringing you the latest in news, sport, special features and great live content.