The following was taken from the Northport Police crime blotter.
- Police responded to Napper Tandy's on Dec. 20 for a report of two men arguing and throwing bricks into the roadway. The officer interviewed both subjects who stated they were angry after being removed from the bar. One reportedly admitted to taking bricks from a retaining wall at the Northport Public Library and throwing them into the road. A representative from the library was contacted and advised of the incident. The library representative advised they will provide Northport Police Department with a surveillance video of this incident. Both subjects were not charged pending further investigation.
- The same night, an employee of Napper Tandy's reported a prior crime. He said that two men had broken a window screen and window panel in the rear of the building in order to gain entry into the establishment. Upon arrival, the police officer observed a broken screen on the ground and a window with its panes off their tracks. The complainant further states that he observed two males enter the dance floor from the kitchen area where the window is located. When confronted by the witness and security, the two suspects were found to be underage and allegedly became confrontational when asked to leave. Said subjects were escorted out of the establishment and last seen walking Northbound on Laurel Avenue shouting and yelling at the employees. Digital pictures were taken and attached to the case file.
- A man went to police headquarter to an incident at a business on Main Street on Dec. 15. He stated he was inside and a dispute ensued because of alleged comments made by of complaints he made. He said he did not insult anyone and attempted to apologize but was pushed out of the location and had numerous drinks spilled on him. He was informed of his legal options and declined to pursue the matter further.
- Someone reportedly broke into a car on Cherry Street on Dec. 17 and stole two prescription medication bottles, one containing about 15 Hydrocodone and the other containing about 20 Amoxycilin. The unknown suspect also removed the person's black book bag containing an iPod touch, cigarettes and various food items. Cost to replace all items estimated at less than $1,000.00.
- Northport Police assisted the Suffolk County Police Department with a tractor trailer accident on Fort Salonga Road Dec. 20. Upon arrival, undersigned provided traffic control until sufficient Suffolk units arrived at the scene.
For questions about this blotter, contact the editor at Leah.Bush@patch.com.