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Crimes Nearby: Feds Nab Reisner Murder Suspect in Tennessee

A look at recent crime in the region.

Ross Reisner, right, with his longtime partner Kevin Murray Credit: Mimi Tashjian/Courtesy of Kim Tudor
Ross Reisner, right, with his longtime partner Kevin Murray Credit: Mimi Tashjian/Courtesy of Kim Tudor
The following information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate guilt.

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Three Burglaries in Five Days
Police responded to reports of three home burglaries between Sept. 28 and Oct. 2, in which jewelry, cash and other items were taken from the residences.

The first burglary is said to have occurred Sept. 18 on Burr Road around 11 a.m., in which the burglar came in through the bathroom window and allegedly stole jewelry and cash. The second incident occurred Oct. 1 on Arden at approximately 8 a.m. The homeowners reported that money, an iPad and two digital cameras were stolen after the burglar entered through a window. The third incident occurred Oct. 2 on Ruth Boulevard at approximately 9 a.m. The homeowners told police that jewelry and money were taken.

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Feds Nab Ross Reisner Murder Suspect In Tennesseee

U.S. Marshals on Wednesday arrested the man they say killed Stony Brook resident Ross Reisner in a Sept. 24 shooting at the victim's Upper Sheep Pasture Road home.

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Holbrook Woman Killed in Hit and Run

A 46-year-old Holbrook woman died Saturday morning, the victim of a hit and run on Veterans Memorial Highway, police said.
At around 12:40 a.m., Cheri Larrydale was crossing Vet's Highway at the Broadway Avenue intersection when she was apparently hit by a car or truck, police said.

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