Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Muttontown man will avoid jail time after admitting to illegally dumping toxic chemicals into the ground at his Glen Cove salvage yard near a waterway that feeds the Long Island Sound.John Doxey pleaded guilty Wednesday at Nassau County court to endangering public health, safety or the environment.Prosecutors said the 45-year-old man illegally released toxic automotive fluids into the ground of his salvage yard on Park Place, just south of the Glen Cove waterway.New York State law requires that fluids like gasoline, motor oil and transmission fluid be drained and property stored for disposal before disassembling vehicles.Doxey was arrested in May 2012 following a joint investigation by Glen Cove city police, Nassau County police, the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and county prosecutors.Judge Francis Ricigliano sentenced Doxey to a conditional discharge with an agreement that he will finish the clean-up of the property under the supervision of the DEC. He has already spent $25,000 on the clean-up.
Wildcat Track teams finishes 1st place against Connersville and Lawrenceburg.Girls team scores. FC 83, Connersville 51, Lawrenceburg 23.Winners of the night were Helena Goutsis in the 100m Hurdles; Lauren Kelley in the 1600m and 800m; Katelyn Meyer in the 200 and 400; Ashlan Hill in the Long Jump; Anna Schatzle in the Pole Vault; Jenna Bruns in the High Jump; The 4x100m team of A. Schatzle, Grace Kruthaupt, Audrey Reister, and Claudia Mauntel;The 4x400m team of Hill, Jenna Orschell, Kruthaupt, and Meyer.Boys team scores. FC 76, Connersville 71, Lawrenceburg 20.Winners of the night were Brady Bogan in the 110m Hurdles and 300m Hurdles; Hunter Tschaenn in the 100m, 200m, and 400m; Sam Westerfeld in the Long Jump; Cole Klusman in the 800m; Jacob Schatzle in the Pole Vault; The 4x100m team on Westerfeld, Austin Herrmann, Lucas Stacy, and J. Schatzle; and the 4x400m team of Bogan, Tschaenn, Harvey Marshall, and Denver Meier.The Wildcats record improves to 13-1.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Joe Davidson.