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Last Updated: December 12, 2017
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Package Leads to Drug Arrest

The seized cash and drugs. Photo: GCPD

According to the authorities, on December 4th, a mailed package containing narcotics that was headed to a Glen Head home was intercepted by police.

Drugs and cash were seized by police from a Glen Head home on Monday after they intercepted and followed a mailed package containing narcotics that was headed to that location.

A resident of the home, 28-year-old Zachary Tayne, was arrested after US Postal Inspectors and the Nassau County Police K9 Unit seized more than 11 pounds of marijuana, 15 grams of cocaine and $4,800 in cash.

“This was a joint investigation between the Glen Cove Police Department and the United States Postal Inspectors Office,” Det. Lt. John Nagle said. “The seizure of the drugs will assure that they will not be distributed to the surrounding community.”

Groundbreaking for the Villa

Livingston Group’s Patrick Hoebich, Keith Lanning, Daniel Livingston, Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce’s Maxine Cappel-Mayreis, Laffey International’s Mary Stanco, John Schoonmaker and Frank Diflorino, Mayor Reggie Spinello and Ben Farnan put shovels in the ground to kick off the development of The Villas at Glen Cove project on Glen Cove Avenue.

On December 4th, Glen Cove Mayor Reggie Spinello joined Daniel Livingston, president of Livingston Development and area representatives at a recent ground breaking for The Villa at Glen Cove. The Villa at Glen Cove is an exciting 176 unit condominium project located on 4 acres along Glen Cove’s southern gateway on Glen Cove Avenue. “This project has been a long time in the making and we are looking forward to attracting new residents to the Glen Cove community to enjoy all the city has to offer,” said Daniel Livingston. “Patience is a virtue and I give Livingston Development much credit for working with my office, the Glen Cove Planning Board and our community to bring a dynamic new housing development to Glen Cove as part of our commitment to revitalize the key gateways to our city,” said Mayor Spinello.


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