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Week in Review: Voters Oppose Mall; Man Charged with Rape

This week's top stories on Glen Cove Patch.

Tereso De Jesus Ruiz-Hernandez, 25, of 59 Bayville Ave., is accused of raping a 13-year-old Glen Cove girl. (Photo credit: Nassau County Police)
Tereso De Jesus Ruiz-Hernandez, 25, of 59 Bayville Ave., is accused of raping a 13-year-old Glen Cove girl. (Photo credit: Nassau County Police)
Here's a rundown of the top stories this week on Glen Cove Patch. For more news and around-the-clock updates, follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Oyster Bay Voters Approve Town's Land Sale

Voters in the Town of Oyster Bay  overwhelming voted "Yes" Tuesday to allow the town government to sell a 53-acre parcel of its land, specifically, the current Department of Public Works property in Syosset, for $32.5 million.

Detectives Reveal Facebook Courtship in Rape Charges
Facebook provided a line of communication undetectable by the parents of a 13-year-old girl who was allegedly raped by a 25-year-old Bayville man, according to Nassau County Detectives.

Cops Accuse Bayville Man in Rape of Glen Cove Teen
A Bayville man has been arraigned on charges of raping a 13-year-old Glen Cove girl he met on Facebook last month, Nassau County Police said. 

Glen Cove Cop's Extra Effort Led to Rape Arrest
As he patrolled the darkened streets of the Tappen Road area Aug. 9, Patrolman Jason Grella came upon a parked car with two people inside, a man and a 13-year-old girl. 

Carbon Monoxide Scares Prompt Warning
The Glen Cove Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services are reinforcing the need for Carbon Monoxide detectors year-round after recent incidents of homes with high levels of the noxious gas.

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