Suffolk County District Attorney

Tim Sini

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Suffolk County District Attorney Inaugural Remarks

Greetings, and thank you all for being a part of this special occasion. There are so many people to thank. First, I want to thank the County Executive for his inspiring words and for agreeing to MC today’s event. I want to thank the legendary U.S. Senator Chuck...

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Suffolk cops unveil state-of-the-art anti-terror equipment

Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy Sini, on Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, at a news conference in Ronkonkoma, unveiled $116,000 in new equipment designed to fight terror attacks in the wake of mass shootings as in Las Vegas, where 58 people were killed and nearly...

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Two men charged with Suffolk bank robberies, cops say

Suffolk County police have arrested two men who they said were responsible for several bank robberies, officials said on Thursday. Michael Hantzidiamantis of Kew Gardens, Queens, and Corey Suozzo, 25, were caught by detectives using fingerprint technology after they...

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Suffolk police: 4 gang arrests after Shirley traffic stop

Three members and an associate of the Bloods street gang were arrested late Tuesday after one of them drove a Dodge Durango head-on into an undercover police vehicle, Suffolk authorities said. Police recovered a half-ounce of heroin and a loaded handgun that had been...

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Sayville turf field dedicated to fallen Suffolk police officer

The widow of fallen Suffolk County police Sgt. Timothy J. Henck was left deeply moved Saturday following the dedication of the newly renovated Sayville Athletic Turf Field in his honor 22 years after his death. “It’s an incredible feeling. We’re truly touched,” said...

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Fentanyl, heroin, gun seized in Deer Park home, Sini says

A search of a Deer Park home turned up “enough fentanyl to kill a dozen people,” Suffolk police Commissioner Timothy Sini said Saturday, referring to one of the drugs found in the house. Three men — including one authorities said was linked to a fatal overdose in July...

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