Suffolk County police reported the following arrests.
A homeless man was arrested Jan. 29 in Stony Brook and charged with grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property. Calvin Daniels, 20, allegedly stole a car – a 2006 Mercury – and had a stolen cell phone in his possession when he was arrested.
Jiyoung Yoon, 22, of Stony Brook, was arrested Jan. 27 in Stony Brook and charged with second-degree harassment. She allegedly punched a police officer at around 2 a.m. on the roadway at the corner of Route 347 and Stony Brook Road.
Two armed robbers broke into the new Dunkin Donuts in Hauppauge’s Motor Parkway Plaza on Feb. 4. Suffolk County police said two black men came went into the store, openly displaying a black hand gun. The robbers took cash from Dunkin Donut's register and an employee's cell phone, according to police. The suspects then fled the store in an unknown direction.
Omer Ergun, 20, of Nesconset, was arrested Feb. 1 in Smithtown on fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property charges. Ergun was allegedly in possession of a mobile pre music box.
A burglar tried to get into the by breaking into the rear door. The diner's owner discovered that someone had tried to pry the doorknob off a door and broke glass on the building at 3:30 a.m. on Jan. 23. Nothing was reported stolen.
Thomas Baxter, 24, of Patchogue, was arrested on Jan. 29 at 7:17 p.m. in Port Jefferson on charges of disorderly conduct. Police report that he and others blocked the entrance of the Upper Main Street Deli in Port Jefferson and refused to moved.
Deborah Bressack, 54, of Goshen, was arrested on Jan. 29 at 11:56 p.m. on Main Street in Port Jefferson on charges of disorderly conduct. Bressack was reported to be using obscene language and causing alarm and annoyance to patrons outside of a bar.
Kelly A. Karman, 42, of Centerport was arrested on Feb. 6 and charged with grand larceny for allegedly stealing a diamond engagement ring from a house on Church Street in October.
A fight was reported in front of on Main Street around 4 a.m. Feb. 4. Two men with goatees in dark hoodies observed leaving the scene around the time the police arrived were reportedly involved in the fight, though they could not be located. Northport Rescue transported a man involved in the fight to Huntington hospital for treatment of a large head laceration and a contused right eye.