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Cops: Driver in Fatal Northern State Crash Was…

Man Found Dead in Seaford Home

According to detectives, Seventh Precinct officers responded to 3848 Ray St. and found the man.

Nassau County police said early Monday that a man was found dead over the weekend at his Seaford home.

According to detectives, Seventh Precinct officers responded to 3848 Ray St. and found Thomas Riccobono, 34, unresponsive. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Nassau County Medical Examiner's office determined the death to be accidental. 

Toxicology reports are pending and the Nassau County Police Department's homicide squad detectives are also investigating.

ed December 26, 2013 at 09:21 PM
Rebecca cops don't write other cops. Just like doctors don't charge other doctors and lawyers take care of other lawyers. Cops have discretion when writing tickets. 100% legal.
Lorraine DeVita December 28, 2013 at 09:02 AM
You want to know something about integrity and ethics Ed? - When driving upstate to Saratoga for a weekend with friends of ours , we get stopped for exceeding the speed limit by about 10-15mph by the NYSP and the driver our friend a Captain in the NYC PD DOESNT pull out his PBA card or flash his badge even when prompted by his wife, the officer writing the ticket overhears the wife say "Tell him you're a cop show him your badge " the officer ASKS if the driver is a PO the Driver our friend says " officer write the ticket "because to NOT write the ticket is against everything he stands for. That Ed is a COP, not some slime that looks to get off, or thinks with his zipper and his buddies all cover for him, or thinks he is Above everyone else. When that concept is grasped by EVERY cop then perhaps perception will change. Its about the MAN or Woman WEARING the badge proudly and not tarnishing it..
ed January 01, 2014 at 09:31 AM
Making up silly stories now Lorraine? Take your meds.
BeeKay January 02, 2014 at 12:57 PM
@luvmykids, I agree, and also take offense to Ed's comment. My children (3) are all friends with kids of great families in this town...families of working professionals who instill good value systems. Families with very well kept homes. Families that value religion, education, and family. Families that pay insane taxes to live in our neighborhood. Of course there are some "less than desirables" (trash as you say), but that is the case with any neighborhood. Stop the ridiculous exaggerations.
Lorraine DeVita January 04, 2014 at 06:35 PM
I am truly sorry for having contributed to conversations that detract from the fact that this young man has lost his life. While how he died is important for many reasons, it does not and should not give anyone including myself the right to use his tragic death as a vehicle to air complaints. My apologies to his family and may his soul rest in peace.


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