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Stories to follow: Nassau cop indictments coming, say sources

A file photo of the Nassau County Police

A file photo of the Nassau County Police Department building in Mineola. (Feb. 28,2006) Credit: Newsday/Karen Wiles Stabile

Sources: Nassau cop indictments coming

Indictments will be unsealed Thursday against three former high-ranking Nassau County Police Department commanders, sources said, and all three men were in custody this morning. -- ROBERT BRODSKY, MATTHEW CHAYES AND ANN GIVENS

Police: 4 charged in latest pharmacy holdup

Four men, including one teen, were arrested Wednesday, charged with robbing a Bay Shore pharmacy, as well as a series of other similar robberies in Suffolk County -- among them, robbing a church. -- JOHN VALENTI


Carmans Plan: The Brookhaven Town Board holds a work session today at 1:30 p.m. at Town Hall (1 Independence Hill, Farmingville) and will discuss a revised plan to protect the Carmans River. Check Patrick Whittle’s Twitter updates @pxwhittle.


Bourne Proposal: Islip Town will hold a change-of-zone public hearing tonight at 7:30 at Town Hall (655 Main St.) to consider a request by St. John’s University to designate for landmark status its portion of the Bourne Estate in Oakdale. Check Candice Ruud’s Twitter updates @CandiceRNewsday.


Memoral Solution: The East Hampton Town Board meets tonight at 7 at Town Hall (159 Pantigo Rd.) and expects to discuss conflicting demands by community veterans and the Montauk Artists’ Association about the use of the hamlet green over the Memorial Day weekend. Check Mitchell Freedman’s Twitter updates @eastwatch.

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