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Northport Police Report: Police Officer, Fire Chief Help Deliver Baby

A newborn baby arrived into the world at a Northport home, thanks to the help of the a Northport police and fire chief, authorities said. 

On June 22 at 4:26 p.m. police responded to a call at Steers Avenue about a woman in active labor. Upon arrival, Police Officers Ramonetti and Northport Fire Chief Pansini were first on scene and assisted with the ongoing delivery of an infant baby girl.

After the infant's umbilical cord was clamped and cut, the baby was swaddled in towels and was given oxygen. Northport Rescue Paramedic pronounced the baby's birth at 4:31 P.M.  Northport Rescue subsequently transported the mother and child to Huntington Hospital.

Additional Incidents

Here are some of the incidents Northport Police responded to recently. None of the defendants has been convicted of a crime, but were arrested for the charges listed below. All complaints in the report are only alleged crimes under local investigation.

  • On June 18, at 9:07 a.m. Library Security located a small clear plastic bag of marijuana on
  • the sidewalk at the above incident location.  Police removed and disposed of the marijuana. 
  • On June 18 at 10:19 a.m. a complainant told report headquarters to report a violation of an order of protection. No other details were immediately available.
  • On June 18, at 2:20 p.m. police responded to an anonymous report of a person making graffiti on Fort Salonga Road. No other details were immediately available. 
  • On June 18 at 11:09 p.m., A person found to be in possession of marijuana  on Laurel Avenue was issued a field appearance ticket in lieu of arrest for unlawful possession of marijuana. No other details were immediately available. 
  • On June 18 at 11:23 p.m. a person was arrested on Laurel Avenue for criminal possession of marijuana in the the fifth degree. No other details were immediately available. 
  • On June 19 at at 10:37 p.m. a person on Scudder Avenue was arrested for aggravated unlicensed operation. No other details were immediately available. 
  • On June 20 at 9:26 a.m., a “derelict vessel” at Northport Harbor on Beach Avenue was removed, with the owner’s consent, by Northport Police and the Northport Highway Department for proper disposal. The boat owner paid a surcharge to the Village of Northport for the vessel removal. 
  • On June 20 at 11:52 a.m. on Main Street, police interviewed a person about theft of service, it was determined that the license supplied for identification was a suspended New York driver’ license. The license was confiscated and forward to the Department of Motor Vehicle Driver Improvement Bureau.
  • On June 20 at 1:50 p.m., a woman reported that after being involved a motor vehicle accident and her car was towed. When she went to retrieve her plates, she learned her plates were missing. Police filed a report, and entered the plate into EJustice as an alarm. No other details were immediately available. 
  • On June 20 at 6:08 p.m. at Constitution Square, police responded to a report of a missing child. The father stated that he lost saw his 20-month-old daughter at the end of the village dock. While canvassing the area, an anonymous woman located the child and reunited her with her father. No other details were immediately available. 

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