Police Blotter

Police Blotter

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9/20/2018


Bellport

Shaquana Goodman, 24, of North Bellport was arrested for throwing a rock at another female’s vehicle with intention to cause damage. 

Someone damaged an outside door and a glass table at a home on Meade Avenue. 

A male was giving another male a ride home on Sept. 14 and then stole his bicycle.

Blue Point

Someone stole five hanging plants from outside of the Blue Point Diner on Montauk Highway. 

Mastic

Someone threw a cinder block through the front door of Handy Pantry on Mastic Road and stole food.

Shirley

Someone broke a window to Stanzoni Real Estate on William Floyd Parkway.

Someone stole two JBL Flip 4 speakers.

A red mountain bike was stolen from outside of Tend Coffee on Montauk Highway on Sept. 14. 

Someone stole a 12-pack of beer from King Kullen on Sept. 14. 

 

CRIMESTOPPERS:

One killed in crash

Suffolk County Police Sixth Squad detectives are investigating a two-vehicle crash that killed a woman in Medford on Sept. 14. Laura Couleas was driving a 1995 Honda eastbound on Horseblock Road on the overpass of Long Island Avenue when the Honda crossed into the westbound lane and struck a 2011 Mitsubishi Suburban, driven by Shelia Banos, heading westbound on Horseblock Road at approximately 9:15 p.m. Couleas, 52, of Medford was transported by Medford Ambulance to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center in East Patchogue, where she was pronounced dead. Banos, 20, of Sanford, N.C., was transported by Medford Ambulance to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries. Detectives are asking anyone with information on this incident to call the Sixth Squad at 631-854-8652.

 

Floyd receives social media threat

The William Floyd School District received an anonymous online threat on Sept. 13 for Sept. 14, for both William Floyd High School and William Paca Middle School. After discovering the threat, the district remained on lockout, which superintendent Kevin Coster said is normal procedure. Suffolk County police were on premises Friday as a precaution, but school officials and police did not feel there was a significant threat to the safety of students. “Please know that schools would be closed if the district or the police believed there to be any imminent danger to students or staff,” the district wrote on Facebook. Police are continuing an investigation and said there were no arrests made at the schools on Friday. The school district said they were unable to comment any further. 

Disclaimer: This section reflects information obtained from the Suffolk County Police Department. A criminal charge is an accusation against an individual. Unless and until proven guilty in court, individuals are presumed innocent of these charges. During the criminal justice process, individuals may be acquitted or may have a charge against them reduced or dropped.