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Man Arrested for Selling Bestiality Porn

Patch reports on crime in the Long Island community.

The following information is from the Nassau and Suffolk Police Departments. An arrest does not indicate a conviction as all persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Huntington

A man was arrested at an adult video store in Huntington Station Thursday for selling DVDs that contained bestiality content, according to police.

In response to community complaints regarding the sale of DVDs containing illegal content, investigating officers went to Pure Pleasure, located at 700 East Jericho Turnpike, and purchased two movies the viewed them in the parking lot on a portable DVD player. Police said the discs contained bestiality content.

Ajith Managodage, 51, who lives at the store, was arrested and charged him obscenity third degree, a misdemeanor.

East Meadow

An East Meadow man was arrested for his alleged involvement in the murder of a Hempstead man, which took place on April 26.

According to Nassau County Homicide Squad detectives, a 911 call was received at 4:39 a.m. in regards to a male lying in the street on Martin Avenue in Hempstead. When Hempstead Police arrived, it was discovered that the victim had suffered a gunshot wound to the abdomen.

The man, identified as Stanley Cater, 47, of Hempstead, was transported to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead by hospital staff at 5:39 a.m. 

After an investigation, police arrested Herber Guzman, 40, of East Meadow. He has been charged with second degree murder.

Port Jefferson

Suffolk County police on Wednesday arrested four people whom they say burglarized multiple homes in the Selden, Setauket, Miller Place and Port Jefferson areas. The burglary and arrests caused at Ward Melville High School and Arrowhead Elementary School.

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Kenneth McKay, 39, of East Northport, was arrested on April 27 on trespassing charges. According to Suffolk County Police, McKay unlawfully entered a on Route 112 after being told to leave.

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Kenneth Rongo, 28, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested on April 26 on charges of criminal possession of a controlled substance. Police said he was arrested in front of Orville Drive in Ronkonkoma around 2:50 p.m. Rongo was arrested at 12:46 a.m. the following day on petit larceny charges. According to police, Rongo was in possession of an iPhone that belonged to someone else while on Montauk Highway in Patchogue.

Massapequa

A 16 year-old girl was attacked by a group who tried to steal her purse Thursday afternoon, police said.

The victim, who was walking home alone, was approached by a group of five or six Hispanic girls who also appeared to be teens on Merrick Road near Ocean Avenue at about 3:20 p.m., according to cops.

One of the gang knocked the victim's books out of her hands and demanded she give them money. When the victim reached down to pick up her books, the girl then kicked the victim in the stomach and tried to grab the handbag. 

Nothing was taken and the victim wasn't hurt badly.

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A Massapequa Park homeowner entered stumbled upon a burglary when he entered his house Monday morning, police said.

The owner of a home on Cypress street surprised the burglar, who ran out of the house and fled the scene in a car, shortly before 11:30 a.m.

It wasn't immediately known what if anything was taken, and nobody was hurt.

The owner called 911. Police did not immediately release a description of the burglar or the vehicle.

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Two teenage boys were reportedly robbed at gunpoint Thursday night by a group of men while they were walking to a bus stop in Lakeview.

According to police, the robbery occurred near Tanglewood Road around 10 p.m. The two victims, ages 14 and 17, apparently had their jewelry, sneakers and cell phones taken by a group of four or five unknown men.

The subjects had bandanas covering their faces and fled northbound on Tanglewood Road, police reported. No additional description of the subjects is available at this time.

Blue Point

Two people are under arrest and charged with attempting to rob a Dunkin Donuts in Blue Point last week and one is also charged with robbing a Carvel in Bayport Wednesday evening, according to police.

A 911 call Thursday night reported a person acting suspiciously as they fled from Dunkin Donuts, on Montauk Highway.

One of two suspects was then apprehended and identified as Kerry Crosby, 22, of Farmingville. Crosby was charged with attempted robbery.

Police say a box cutter was used in the attempted robbery and the robbers did not get any cash.

The second suspect, according to police, fled on foot from the location but was then observed driving a 1997 Jeep Cherokee on Route 112 in Medford.

Responding officers attempted to stop the vehicle and ended up pursuing the vehicle as it headed eastbound. Police say the driver lost control and the vehicle overturned on County Road 51 in Eastport.

The driver, Craig Cherney, 23, of Mastic Beach was arrested and charged with attempted robbery and is also under arrest and charged with robbery in the first degree in the Bayport Carvel robbery.

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