“We will continue to explore additional opportunities to maintain a safe and secure environment for our employees, for our patients and for the community,” the Stony Brook School of Medicine said in an email to SBU’s medical community.
Responding bomb and canine unit officers confirmed that the man, 33-year-old Robert Roden, was carrying three explosive devices in his backpack when he was taken into custody on Tuesday night. Other reports from university police indicate that Roden was also carrying what appeared to be a BB gun.
Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 10:50 a.m., a male jogger crossing against the light at the intersection of Health Sciences Drive and southbound Nicolls Road was struck by a 2018 Dodge Caravan, according to an advisory message from the Suffolk County Police.
Ten years after Lucero’s murder, his brother Joselo joined Patchogue and Stony Brook University community leaders at the Student Activities Center Thursday night for an “educational vigil” about Marcelo’s life, death and legacy.