Suffolk Police will include the homicide of a Huntington Station man at a press conference Monday to highlight unsolved cases for National Crime Victims’ Rights Week.
Suffolk County Police Commissioner Rodney K. Harrison will join the family of Roquez Villalba-Jimenez, who was shot and killed at his Huntington Station home in August 2022.
Crime Stoppers offering cash rewards of up to $5,000 for information leading to arrests for the murder of Villalba-Jimenez as well as in four other unsolved cases, including two other homicides and two fatal hit-and-runs.
Throughout the week, the highlighted cases will be featured on the
department’s social media pages.
Villalba-Jimenez’ wife, two young daughters, his sister and parents will be in attendance. His sister, Sandra Huffman, will discuss the loss of her brother and the impact it has had on their family.
The press conference is scheduled for 10 a.m. at Suffolk County Police Headquarters in Yaphank.