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Mystery Solved

Glen Cove man charged with murder in the second degree

The mystery of a missing person case appears to have been solved, with a tragic ending. 

Nunzio Izzo, 56, of Glen Cove went missing on Dec. 17. His friend, Edward Brown, 46, also of Glen Cove, has been charged with murder in the second degree after a police investigation determined Brown had sold jewelry belonging to Izzo at a pawn shop. 

Further investigation led police to a neighbor of Brown’s on Dosoris Way, where a body was discovered in a container, covered with a tarp, according to police. At this time, police believe the body to be that of Izzo, but positive identification cannot be made until the completion of the autopsy.

The arrest was made on Thursday, Jan. 3, by Glen Cove police, assisted by the Nassau Homicide Squad and Nassau Missing Persons Squad.

A man who suffered from epilepsy and heart problems and took medication daily for those medical issues, according to police, Izzo normally followed the same routine every day, using local cab companies to get around town. When he did not come home on the night of Dec. 17, the family became very concerned, and finally contacted the Glen Cove Police Department on Dec. 20, the police reported. 

The Glen Cove Detective division began to investigate the case along with the Nassau County Missing Persons squad.  Detective VanAllen, Detective Albin and Detective Lieutenant Nagle began the time-consuming process of interviewing everyone who last saw Nunzio.  Nagle said that every investigative lead and tip was investigated, a Silver Alert was broadcast, and the local cable news displayed Izzo’s picture.  

The murder leaves friends and family questioning the reason, and police will next investigate a motive. Brown was arraigned at First District Court in Hempstead and was held without bail.   


News

Village Square will feature the artistry of the Maniac Pumpkin Carvers this year as part of the annual Downtown Children’s Costume Parade on Saturday, Oct. 25, presented by the Glen Cove Downtown Business Improvement District. 

It was the second annual goal setting workshop at Glen Cove High School on Tuesday, Oct. 14 and both the board of education and the public came up with some sound ideas for the district. School Superintendent Maria Rianna presented a slide show of four main areas that are the focus of district goals.

 

“We began this process last year and these goals are representative of what the community wanted to see,” said Rianna.


Sports

The Town of Oyster Bay, in conjunction with the New York Rangers, will once again host a special Try Hockey for Free Program on Sunday morning, Oct. 26 from 8 a.m. to noon at ithe Ice Skating Center located in Bethpage Community Park, 1000 Stewart Ave. 

 

The event will allow youngsters a unique opportunity to sample the sport of ice hockey. Four morning sessions will be available. Session times are 8 to 9 a.m., 9 to 10 a.m., 10 to 11 a.m. and 11 a.m. to noon.

On Thursday, Oct. 2, North Shore High School quarterback Michael Floccari shattered a school record and tied a Long Island record for the most touchdown passes in a game. This accomplishment ties him with E.J. Clark from Seaford High School (1977) and Joe Capobianco form Lawrence High school (2011). 


Calendar

Harvest Square Dance - October 24

Fall Festival - Octobner 24 - 25

Peace, Politics and Projectiles - October 26


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