Lookup Jail Inmates in SUFFOLK County New York. Results Include: Arrest Records, Mugshots, Booking Date, Age, Charges, Bail Amt, Conviction Date, Issuing Agency, Release Date, Release Reason, Next Court Date, Court, Future Release Date

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Suffolk County?

Affordable Bail Bonds New York - Central Islip

home 320 Carleton Ave #1000, Central Islip, NY 11722, USA
phone (631) 234-2663

Write a review

There are no reviews yet for this business. Be the first to review

SUFFOLK County Jail Address

SUFFOLK County Jail
100 Center Dr
Riverhead, NY
11901

Phone:(631) 852-2200

Sunday, January 22nd, 2017 at 8:22pm
A powerful #noreaster bringing high winds, heavy rain & potential coastal flooding is expected to hit #Suffolk: https://t.co/bw2SGJ6rgd https://t.co/idadwJRNQF Suffolk_Sheriff photo
3
Saturday, January 14th, 2017 at 3:45pm
Suffolk County Deputy Sheriff Sgt. Marco Calise pauses to reflect during the funeral of #NYPD Det. Steven McDonald yesterday in Manhattan. https://t.co/o5esYJgx1O Suffolk_Sheriff photo
2
2
Friday, January 13th, 2017 at 10:50am
Earlier, the Suffolk Sheriff's Honor Guard proudly joined thousands of fellow officers in Manhattan to honor #NYPD Detective Steven McDonald https://t.co/b9bX6vej5H Suffolk_Sheriff photo
2
10
Tuesday, January 10th, 2017 at 2:39pm
BREAKING-Suffolk Sheriff teams up with local, national & international law enforcement to take down major drug ring: https://t.co/L26l1I9OwN https://t.co/5Akl3FENNG Suffolk_Sheriff photo
3
4

Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, January 22nd, 2017 at 11:12pm
STORM UPDATE: COASTAL STORM EXPECTED TO HIT LONG ISLAND ON MONDAY

A powerful nor'easter packing high winds, heavy rain and the potential to flood coastal areas is expected to hit Long Island early Monday morning and strengthen throughout the day.

The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning for Suffolk County starting at 1 a.m. and lasting until 1 a.m. on Tuesday morning. Please exercise caution when traveling.

Sustained high winds can potentially cause downed trees and power outages. Power outages can be reported directly to PSEG Long Island by:
-Calling PSEG: 1-800-490-0075
-Texting "OUT" to PSEG (773454)
-Vising the PSEG Website: https://www.psegliny.com/page.cfm/CustomerService/ReportOutage

A Coastal Flood Watch has also been issued for areas of Suffolk County's North and South Shores beginning early Monday morning. Suffolk County residents can expect anywhere between 1-3 inches of rainfall from the storm.

Deputy Sheriffs from the Sheriff's Office Emergency Management Section will be assigned to the Suffolk County Emergency Operations Center starting at 5 a.m. Check back here for storm updates from the Emergency Operations Center throughout the day.
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, January 17th, 2017 at 3:20pm
ROCKY POINT GIRL SCOUT TROOP RECEIVES A SPECIAL VISIT FROM THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Last week, Suffolk County Deputy Sheriffs Jacob Gross and Thomas Indence paid a special visit to Girl Scouts of Suffolk County Troop 376 in Rocky Point to discuss a very important topic: bullying. Troop leaders Colleen Weinfeld & Karen Bulzomi joined the Deputy Sheriffs to discuss with the girls different forms of bullying, safe and effective ways to handle bullies and what to do if they see someone is being bullied.

Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco offers various Community Relations programs to the residents of Suffolk County. To request the Sheriff's Office at your next event, please use our easy online request form: http://bit.ly/1rlVrlA
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office at Princess Diner.Sunday, January 15th, 2017 at 3:04pm
TUESDAYS WITH THE UNDERSHERIFF

Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco's Second-In-Command, Undersheriff Steven Kuehhas, was the guest of honor at this month's meeting of "The Tuesday Club", where he shared insight into the vital role the Sheriff's Office plays within Suffolk County's criminal justice system.

Founded 47 years ago, The Tuesday Club consists of South Fork residents that get together each month to discuss topics on the local, national and international levels.

To read more, the East Hampton Patch has the full story: http://bit.ly/2ii6YCw

Photo courtesy of Richard Lewin Photography.
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office shared NYPD's photo.Saturday, January 14th, 2017 at 6:39pm
Suffolk County Deputy Sheriff Sergeant Marco Calise pauses to reflect during the funeral of NYPD Detective Steven McDonald yesterday in Manhattan.

Correction Officers and Deputy Sheriffs from the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office joined thousands of fellow law enforcement officers from around the country to pay final respects to Detective McDonald, who overcame tremendous adversity in continuing his distinguished career with the NYPD after he was paralyzed from a shooting in 1986.

Please join Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco and the members of the Sheriff's Office in vowing to never forget Detective Steven McDonald and his ideals of perseverance, reconciliation, and hope.
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office at St. Patrick's Cathedral.Friday, January 13th, 2017 at 2:08pm
HONORING A HERO: NYPD DETECTIVE STEVEN MCDONALD

Earlier today, Correction Officers and Deputy Sheriffs from the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office proudly joined thousands of fellow law enforcement officers from around the country in Manhattan to pay final respects to NYPD Detective Steven McDonald. Detective McDonald overcame tremendous adversity in continuing his distinguished career with the NYPD after he was paralyzed from a shooting in 1986.

Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco and the members of the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office stand with the members of the NYPD in mourning the loss of a true hero. Join us in vowing to never forget Detective Steven McDonald and his incredibly inspiring career.
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office
Suffolk County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, January 10th, 2017 at 6:13pm
SUFFOLK SHERIFF’S OFFICE TEAMS UP WITH LOCAL, NATIONAL, AND INTERNATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TO TAKE DOWN MAJOR DRUG CARTEL

A multi-agency DEA Task Force, including Deputy Sheriff Investigators from the Sheriff’s Office, joined forces with the Panamanian National Police/INTERPOL HQ and Panama City Country Office to take down a large-scale Colombian Drug Organization that has trafficked hundreds of kilograms of cocaine and heroin to the United States, Europe and Central America for distribution this past year.

To date, this 36 month investigation, dubbed “Operation Fantastic Four” has resulted in the arrest of 18 individuals and the seizure of 50 kilograms of cocaine, 12 kilograms of heroin, $224,691 in United States currency and vehicles valued at $48,725 dollars. A major breakthrough of the ongoing investigation occurred on November 4th, when the head of the Drug Trafficking Organization was arrested in Panama on a warrant issued in the Eastern District of New York.

“Each day, smugglers traffic hundreds of millions of dollars of narcotics into the United States, and the Colombian drug cartels are notorious for marketing heroin and other lethal drugs through criminal gangs in the New York area. The investigative work of Suffolk County’s Deputy Sheriffs have garnered the respect of law enforcement partners across the United States and throughout the world, and Operation Fantastic Four is a testament to their ongoing success in infiltrating and taking down large-scale drug tracking operations associated with local gangs and drug dealers,” said Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco.

To view more pictures from the investigation, please visit our website: http://bit.ly/2idzOyW