The following arrest information was supplied by the Nassau County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate convictions.
Ronald Rogers, 26, charged with possession of a forged instrument, Linden Care, Syosset, on Nov.22
Hugh Smith, 37, charged with robbery, 7-Eleven, Plainview, on Nov. 16,
Three people were shot Sunday in Huntington Station in what Suffolk County police said was a suspected gang dispute. The three, Devon White, 18, Darius Howard, 16, and Philip Perez, 22, were sitting in a car near the Lincoln Farms Apartments about 3:15 p.m. when a large group of men surrounded the vehicle and two of them shot into the car. The three were treated at Huntington Hospital; White was released on Monday. The investigation is continuing.
Suffolk County Police are investigating a series of recent graveside vase thefts at
The Nassau County Criminal Defense Attorneys report that 38 bronze vases have been stolen from St. Charles in recent months, but only nine of the thefts were officially reported to the Suffolk Police Department. Another 150 vases made of the valuable metal have also been stolen from nearby
Robert Lepolszki, of East Farmingdale, was arrested in Farmingdale on Nov. 17 and charged with narcotic drug possession with the intent to sell.
Rajahi Brooks, of Wyandanch, was arrested in East Farmingdale on Nov. 22 and charged with criminal possession of marijuana and unlicensed operation of a vehicle.
On Nov. 9, a woman was charged with stealing merchandise at Kohl's. Kimberly Pelli, 43 of Massapequa, faces robbery 3rd charges after she allegedly pushed somebody who tried to stop the robbery. She fled the scene in a gray 2001 Ford Mustang, but was arrested a short time later.
On Nov. 9, someone pushed a guard after stealing merchandise from the Pathmark at 941 Carmans Road. The incident happened at around 6:20 p.m., police said.
A Nassau County police officer remains in serious but stable condition after chasing a suspicious vehicle on the Southern State Parkway on Nov. 28, police said. The officer, a 19-year veteran from the 7th Precinct who wasn't identified, at about 12:30 p.m. Homeowners in the area of North Pine Street and South Park Drive called 911 after seeing the car in the neighborhood where there have been 10 to 14 burglaries in the last month.