Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An upstate New York man has been accused of burglarizing jewelry from a half dozen North Shore Long Island homes in a recent four-week span, twice hitting two houses in one day.Nassau County police arrested Spencer Williams on Monday and charged him with six counts of burglary.Police said the 51-year-old Clifton Park man first broke into two Great Neck homes Nov. 24, burglarized a Thomaston on Dec. 12, another Great Neck home on Dec. 20 and hit a fourth house in Great Neck on Dec. 21, the same day he also broke into a Sands Point home.Third Squad detectives investigating the case were led to Williams, who was arrested at his home.He will be arraigned Tuesday at First District Court in Hempstead.
September 22, 2020
RelatedPosts Fulham keen on Lookman loan deal Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U Odion Ighalo has won Manchester United’s March Goal-of-the-Month award for his sparkling effort against LASK in the Europa League. The Nigerian’s driven shot opened the scoring against the Austrians, after some skilled ball juggling in the build-up, took home 32 per cent of the votes in the Manchester United Official App. Ighalo narrowly beat off fierce competition from Scott McTominay, whose memorable late goal against Manchester City received 26 per cent. Bruno Fernandes’s first strike from open play for the Reds, at Everton, finished third in the poll with 16 per cent. Of course, March was cut short due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with the Reds’ games versus Tottenham Hotspur, LASK and Norwich City being postponed. The club said: “Although we’re sure United would have registered plenty of further goals should the month have continued as planned, it would have taken something special to beat Ighalo’s strike.”— Tags: Europa LeagueEvertonGoal of the MonthLASKManchester UnitedOdion Ighalo