The Nassau County Police Department’s Marine Bureau and the U.S. Coast Guard are searching for a possible missing person in Reynolds Channel after an unmanned Jet Ski was found circling the waters in the bay early Wednesday morning.
Lt. Eric Cregeen, a spokesman for the Long Beach Police Department, told Patch that a commuter on the Long Island Rail Road, at about 6:30 a.m., spotted the runaway Jet Ski in the bay, near the Wreck Lead Bridge. The LBPD notified the county Marine Bureau about the incident.
A utility worker for National Grid was recently caught on a hidden camera urinating on a Levittown man’s house and fence, according to Newsday.
Dennis Napolitan had been waiting a month for LIPA to send a worker to perform a wire test so he could start work on an in-ground pool. He had previous left a message on the worker’s voice mail to complain about missed appointments and failure to return his calls, Newsday reported.
He (or she) was either weeks early for the Easter season or lost.
Either way, this little bunny safely scurried away from oncoming traffic on Stewart Avenue and into the greenery near the corner of Franklin and Stewart avenues.