On June 23, an unknown person entered CVS and stole a phone charger.
Police arrested James Stein, 22, of Hampton Bays on June 25. According to police, he punched and broke the front windshield of a 2003 Hyundai on Montauk Highway. Stein was charged with criminal mischief.
Police arrested Eric Santos, 26, of Blue Point in Patchogue on June 27. Santos allegedly punched a victim in the face on Maple Street in Blue Point during an altercation on May 27. Police said the victim suffered a fracture of the orbital bone and was treated at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. Santos was arrested on a third-degree assault charge.
A bicycle outside of a home on Academy Street was reported stolen on June 23.
Richard Kruger, 23, of Mastic Beach, was arrested June 24 in connection with a burglary that occurred earlier this month. According to police, Kruger entered a garage on Woodland Drive on June 12 around 4 a.m. and stole fishing poles. He was charged with third degree burglary.
Police arrested 38-year-old Sarah Schaw of Riverhead on June 24 for allegedly stealing scratch-off lottery tickets from Neighborhood Country Market in Mastic Beach on June 11. She was charged with petit larceny.
A Pioneer radio rack was stolen from a Ford Mustang on Lakeview Drive on June 24.
Two gold chains were reported stolen from a bedroom at a residence on Pershing Street on June 26.
An unknown person damaged a white vinyl fence on Riverside Avenue on June 27.
On June 22, an unknown person broke the front passenger-side window of a rental box truck at Gallery Furniture and stole a leather bag and GPS, police said.
Two catalytic converters were stolen from Gershow recycling center on Peconic Avenue on June 27. Police said the suspects fled in a 1998 Toyota.
Police arrested Levy Terry, 19, of Bellport for stealing an iPhone from a victim on Agamemnon Avenue in Bellport on June 23. He was charged with grand larceny.
On June 22, while delivering pizzas on Scherger Avenue, a delivery man was approached by two unknown males, who demanded money and began kicking and punching the victim. Police said the suspects fled with no cash on foot.
A purse containing a credit card was stolen from a Taylor Avenue residence on June 24.
Anthony Gugliotti Jr., 56, of Patchogue, was arrested in East Patchogue on June 27. Police said he stole merchandise from CVS and was charged with petit larceny.
An unknown person damaged a fence at a Smith Street residence on June 23.
A cell phone was stolen from the VFW Hall on North Dunton Avenue on June 24.
Money was stolen from the purse of a Ristegio’s employee on June 25.
Police arrested Ian Fernandez, 20, of Ronkonkoma, for criminal mischief on June 22. Police said Fernandez used his shoulder to push off of a 2014 Dodge Ram while engaged in a fight on Division Street, causing a dent in the passenger-side door.
Michael Yudess, 30, of Medford, was arrested June 23 after cutting another male in the neck with a knife on East Main Street. Police said the victim was transported to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital for injuries and Yudess was charged with assault.
Robert Arden, 24, of Patchogue was arrested in connection with an Eastport robbery on June 26. Police said Arden entered a home on Seatuck Avenue on June 6 after being invited into the home, where he then displayed a handgun and stole money. He was charged with first-degree robbery.
A handicap scooter was stolen outside of a Maiden Lane residence on June 23.
A backpack was stolen from a 1994 Lincoln town car on Carman Street on June 25.
A fight on a Barley Lane lawn caused one person to be transported to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital on June 27, police said.
Police arrested Carl Greggs, 35, of Bay Shore for allegedly choking a female victim and taking cash from her at a Brushwood Drive residence on June 24. He was charged with third degree robbery.
A hover board on Sweetbriar Drive was damaged on June 22.
Someone broke the windshield of a 2006 Suzuki on Carmen View Drive on June 22.
A mailbox was stolen from a Sleepy Hollow Drive residence on June 26.
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