Three Arrested for Armed Burglary of Occupied N. Lindy Residence

Suffolk Police have arrested three Brentwood men for an alleged armed burglary of an occupied home in North Lindenhurst on Sunday night.

Suffolk County Police have arrested three Brentwood men for an alleged armed burglary at an occupied North Lindenhurst residence on Sunday night.

Three men - one armed with a handgun - allegedly forced their way into a home on Feustal Street at approximately 10:30 p.m., according to Suffolk Police, and purportedly stole cash and cell phones from a resident and the resident’s friend.

Police said the men then fled on foot, and after a search by First Precinct and Canine Section police officers, the three men were located a short time later.

First Precinct detectives charged Jeffrey Artiles, 18, and Yamil Miesesulerio, 24, both of 126 Brentwood Parkway, and Jonathan Sanchez, 26, of 186 Commercial Boulevard, with burglary, first degree and robbery, first degree.

They also charged Artiles with criminal possession of a weapon, second degree.

All three men have been scheduled to be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip on Monday.

Neither of the home’s occupants was injured, police said.


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Sean Hendrickson January 22, 2013 at 05:22 PM
So the gun free school zone, and the fact that the 1st precinct is 3 blocks away was a real deterent. But hey 7 rounds in the magazine is all we need to defend ourselves. I mean really it's not like criminals are going to commit crimes in force. Oh what how many were there. That's right 3. Why do criminals have more rights then law abiding citizens in NY.
Fran DeBenedictis January 23, 2013 at 02:43 PM
This article didn't mention any shots fired. Apparently someone defended themselves based on the mug shots, the perpetrators have visible injuries. Always lock all your doors, check to see who is at your door prior to unlocking it. FranDeBenedictis (retired NYPD Detective)


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