Weird News: Horse Returns, Massive Pot Discoveries

Not-so-everyday headlines from around the area this week.

Historic Mackay Horse Statue Unveiled at New Home in Roslyn's Gerry Park

The historic Mackay Horse Statue was returned to the Village of Roslyn Saturday after 93 years away. The historical significance of the dates back to the early 1900’s, when the mythic statue proudly stood in Harbor Hills’ west garden. According to the town, The Mackay statue was modeled after sculptures commissioned in 1739 by Louis XV for the France royal palace, Chateau de Marly. Read the full story here.

Cops: 'Extensive Marijuana Growing Operation' on Maryland Avenue

According to detectives, members of the Nassau County Police Department Criminal Intelligence Rapid Response Team and Glen Cove Police responded to 2A Maryland Avenue to investigate a strong smell of marijuana emanating from inside. Read the full story here.

Glen Cove Police Seize 150 Pounds of Marijuana

Glen Cove detectives seized 150 pounds of marijuana valued at $300,000 and arrested two men Monday following an investigation into suspicious packages at Mail Boxes Etc. Read the full story here.


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