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Suffolk Police Blotter: Rash of Car Break-ins in East Northport

The following arrests were made and incidents reported by Suffolk County police officers between Nov. 10-19

The following information is taken from the Suffolk County Police Department's crime blotter. None of the defendants have been convicted of a crime, but were arrested for the charges listed below. A criminal charge is only an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. The following arrests were made between Nov. 11-19.

Arrests:

  • Michael Glass, of East Northport, was arrested in Northport on Nov. 19 and charged with assault in the third degree and criminal contempt in the first degree for making verbal threats to a woman and punching a male victim in the face. The man required medical treatment. Glass was also charged on Nov. 11 with threatening a victim with a hunting knife.
  • Brian Walsh, of Northport, was arrested in Northport on Nov. 17 and charged with failing to pay for food at Jackson's Restaurant in Commack.
  • Jamie Correia, of Northport, was arrested in Northport on Nov. 13 and charged with criminal mischief with intent to damage property and reckless endangerment in the second degree for firing at a vehicle with a pellet gun and damaging the driver's side.
  • Christine Emmett, of East Northport, was arrested in Northport on Nov. 11 and charged with petit larceny for stealing items from the Stop & Shop on Fort Salonga Road in Northport.
  • Nicolas McDonough, of Oakdale, was arrested in East Northport on Nov. 19 for selling beer to a minor.
  • Amanda Rogers, of Nesconset, was arrested in East Northport on Nov. 19 and charged with selling beer to a minor
  • Manuel Aybar, of East Northport, was arrested in East Northport on Nov. 16 and charged with DWI. First offense.
  • Jennifer Furr, of East Northport, was arrested in East Northport on Nov. 15 and charged with leaving the scene of an accident when her 1993 Mercury collided with a tractor trailer on Laurel Road.
  • Jordan Cohen, of East Northport, was arrested in East Northport on Nov. 11 and charged with DWI. First offense.
  • Nicolas Alber, of Commack, was arrested in East Northport on Nov. 11 and charged with criminal possession of marijuana when he was found with plastic bags containing the drug in Cedar Park in East Northport.
  • Daniel Klei, Jr., of Northport, was arrested in Smithtown on Nov. 19 and charged with DWI. First offense.
  • Lauren Ingoglia, of Northport, was arrested in Huntington on Nov. 17 and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.
  • Donald Steck, of Northport, was arrested in Huntington Station on Nov. 13 and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree.
  • Barbara Ulloa, of Northport, was arrested in Commack on Nov 15 and charged with petit larceny for stealing CDs from the Walmart in Commack.
  • Ian Kaplan, of East Northport, was arrested in Huntington Station on Nov. 12 and charged with DWI. First offense.
  • Richard Tetens, of East Northport, was arrested in Huntington Station on Nov. 11 and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree and tampering with physical evidence when he tried to dispose of pills.

The following incidents were reported to the Suffolk County Police Department between Nov. 10-19:

  • On Nov. 12, a Waterside Avenue resident in Northport reported receiving threatening phone calls.
  • On Nov. 11, a Soundview Drive resident in Fort Salonga reported receiving numerous calls from an unknown person.
  • On Nov. 18 a woman reported that someone stole a pair of sunglasses from her unlocked 1996 Saturn while it was parked in the driveway of her Norton Drive residence in East Northport.
  • A woman reported on Nov. 18 that someone stole a black coat and belt from the Goodwill Store on Jericho Turnpike in Elwood.
  • On Nov. 17, a Bellecrest Avenue resident in East Northport reported that someone stole a GPS and iPod from her Honda CRV.
  • On Nov. 17, a Bellecrest Avenue resident in East Northport reported that someone stole a GPS and phone charger from her unlocked Honda Pilot.
  • On Nov. 17, a Bellecrest Avenue resident in East Northport reported that someone stole a GPS from his Toyota Sienna.
  • A Ridgewood Street resident in East Northport reported that a pair of glasses were stolen from her Nissan Ultima sometime on Nov. 16.
  • On Nov. 17, a Bellecrest Avenue resident in East Northport reported that someone stole a GPS, iPod, and phone earpiece from his Chevy Express.
  • On Nov. 15, a Baywood Court resident in East Northport reported that someone broke the window of her Nissan Ultima and stole a GPS and iPod.
  • On Nov. 15, a man reported that someone stole a briefcase and an iPod from his unlocked Ford 250 while it was parked in the driveway of his 6th Street residence in East Northport.
  • On Nov. 15 a Louisa Court resident in East Northport reported that someone removed a golf bag, iPod Touch, sunglasses, and a GPS from his Hundai.
  • On Nov.15 someone removed a GPS from an unlocked 2008 Toyota Avalon on 6th Street in East Northport.
  • Police responded on Nov. 14 to a report that someone cut the alarm wires and a padlock at Bed, Bath, and Beyond on Jericho Turnpike in East Northport. No items were stolen.
  • On Nov. 14, a Montrose Lane resident in East Northport reported that someone stole two gift cards from her unlocked Honda Accord.
  • On Nov. 12, someone damaged a mailbox on Whistler Hill Road in Elwood.
  • On Nov. 13, a White Pine Lane resident in East Northport reported that someone removed the tail lights and bulbs from his car.
  • Police responded to a report that cash and a safe were stolen from Smokaburger on Larkfield Road in East Northport sometime on Nov. 12.
  • A Soundview Ave resident in East Northport reported receiving threatening phone calls on Nov. 10.
  • On Nov. 11 a woman reported that someone stole a laptop, accessories, a notebook and checkbook from her car while it was parked at Sears on Rt 25 in East Northport.

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