Wilson Pantosin was arraigned in New York State Supreme Court in Central Islip on Thursday and is being held without bail. ABC News
According to reports at the time, Mr. Pantosin told first responders several times that no one was in the car with him when it crashed in Springs on Jan. 28, 1999, and caught fire. The other occupant of the vehicle, Wilson Illaisaca, died in the crash.Doug Kuntz

Valon Shoshi, a former assistant chief of the East Hampton Village Ambulance Association, was convicted of two felonies at the end of a six-day jury trial in New York State Criminal Courts building in Riverside last week. T.E. McMorrow

‘So not nice to see you again,’ says Justice Rana
Andy Michael Sanchez-Jaramillo, who was arrested for a second time on a driving while intoxicated charge on Saturday, was ordered held by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. T.E. McMorrow

First responders who saved a man’s life received commendations from the village board. Jamie Bufalino