Central Islip Armed Home Invasion Probed

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Suffolk County police are investigating an armed home invasion in Central Islip last week.Four people, at least one of whom was armed with a gun, broke into a home on Clift Street, where they stole a television and iPhone from a victim inside at 1:48 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 11, police said.The victim was not injured. No arrests have been made and no description of the suspects was available.Third Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.last_img


Recall upsets Eagle

first_img Point-to-point winner Total Recall was an 11-2 chance having finished third on his first start over hurdles before finishing fourth in a Thurles bumper and he found plenty for pressure to get the better of Oscar Knight by two and a half lengths. “He’s very tough. He needs a good gallop so Bryan went on – he stays forever,” said Hughes. “We bought him after he won his point-to-point. That was a good performance as they went a hell of a gallop and he quickened up after the last. “He doesn’t mind that ground and will have no problem stepping up in trip. “We’ll see how he is after that and then make a plan.” November Handicap hero Open Eagle could finish only third on his jumping debut in the Michael Fitzpatrick Memorial Maiden Hurdle at Punchestown as the Sandra Hughes-trained Total Recall claimed victory under Bryan Cooper. Open Eagle was unsurprisingly all the rage as the 8-13 favourite for Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh, making his first appearance since sauntering clear in the Doncaster mud on the final day of the last year’s British Flat season. The six-year-old travelled well for most of the two-and-a-half-mile journey, but did not jump with great fluency and although he closed on the leaders in the straight, his effort eventually petered out. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more