A Lindenhurst man took a woman out for dinner and gave her a box of chocolates during a date Monday night – what he got in return, though, from the woman wasn't nearly as sweet.
Police say Virginia Miller, 26, of Amityville, helped set up the robbery of the Lindenhurst man, whom police did not identify, in the driveway of a North Amityville home.
Police say the night began when Miller made arrangements to go on a date with the Lindenhurst man to celebrate her birthday. After the man treated Miller to dinner at a local fast food restaurant and gave her the chocolates, they returned to a residence at 44 Nathalie Ave. in North Amityville, police said.
Miller and three men are now under arrest.
DP Schools: Robert Frost Student Approached by Suspicious Car
Deer Park school officials are alerting the community to an incident Thursday morning in which a Robert Frost Middle School student was approached by a suspicious vehicle.
An alert on the school district's website says a female student was approached by a small maroon/red car on Washington Avenue near Hickory Street.
"The driver pulled the car alongside the student on the wrong side of the street and followed her a little bit then stopped a couple of feet in front of her. When the student turned towards her mother, the mother came running down the block and the car sped away running the stop sign. Police have been notified of the incident," the statement on the website reads.
NYC Man Charged in 1994 W. Babylon Homicide
A New York City man is under arrested after Suffolk County Police Department Homicide Squad detectives connected him with a 1994 homicide in West Babylon.
The homicide occurred on March 22, 1994 when two men entered the Diamond Trucking Company, then located at 174 Cabot Street, West Babylon, and shot two employees while attempting to rob the business. One of the employees, Mario Andujar, 30, died at the scene.
Detectives arrested Troy Arrighi, 37, of 400 East 30th Street, New York City at his home on Feburary 14. Arrighi was 18 at the time of the crime.
Arrighi was charged with Murder in the Second Degree and is scheduled for arraignment on February 15 at the First District Courts in Central Islip.