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Crimes Nearby: Lewdness in Kings Park

The following arrest information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Suffolk County police reported the following arrests.

Kings Park 

Kevin Lorenz, 19, of Northport was arrested for first offense DWI charges on June 28. Police said, Lorenz was found on Vernon Valley and Clark Road in East Northport, driving his 2000 Nissan over the marked double yellow line.

Jacqueline Pagano, 47, of Kings Park was charged with petit larceny on July 6. According to the police, Pagano had taken money from a car on July 5 on Beackon Drive in Holbrook and was arrested at her Kings Park home on July 6.

Richard Tetens, 32, of East Northport was arrested and charged with lewdness on July 7. Tetens was found on Middleville Road intentionally showing an intimate part of his body in a lewd manner, police said.

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Three Village

Tara Miller, 41, of Stony Brook, was arrested July 4 at 10:49 p.m. at the corner of Christian Ave. and Lake Ave. in Setauket. According to police, Miller was involved in a motor vehicle crash at West Meadow Beach and fled the scene. Police charged her with first-offense DWI.

On July 6, a resident of Lodge Lane in East Setauket reported that an unknown person smashed the windshield of a 1997 Volkswagon parked in the driveway at about 12:10 a.m.

On July 6, a resident of Montpelier Court in East Setauket reported that an unknown person set off fireworks on the hood of a vehicle parked in the driveway at about 12:30 a.m.

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Commack

Commack residents are accusing an allegedly drunk driver of leaving behind a trail of damage on Somers Lane. Suffolk County police said Rachel Dreher, 35, of East Northport, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated on Tuesday night. Police said they received a phone call at approximately 11:30 p.m. Tuesday reporting a drunk driver had crashed into a parked Jeep on Somers Lane in Commack. Dreher was driving a 2006 Acura along Somers Lane when she hit the parked vehicle before crashing into a tree on the opposite side of the roadway. Dreher was arrested at the scene with only minor injuries, according to police. There was significant damage done to the parked Jeep.

Colleen Leary, 21, of Commack was arrested for first offense DWI charges on July 5. Police said that Leary was arrested after being involved in a car accident, where she struck another vehicle going westbound on route 25.

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Hauppauge

Thomas Ellis, 33, of Hauppauge, was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle impaired by drugs on July 3. Ellis was driving on Brookside Drive and crashed, police said, because of being under the influence of drugs.

Eileen Garcia, 20, of Ronkonkoma, was arrested and charged for first offense DWI on July 1. Police said that Garcia was trying to make a left from Old Nichols road and drove over the curb hitting a fire hydrant. She was arrested on Smithtown Blvd in Nesconset.

Evan Scalici, 24, of Islandia, was arrested and charged for operation of a vehicle while impaired by drugs.  Scalici was driving on 5th Avenue and Candlewood in Bayshore in the opposite lane, going the wrong way, according to police. He was arrested at the precinct, said police.

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Port Jefferson

A pair of alleged burglars came from Patchogue to rob an abandoned warehouse at the Lawrence Aviation site at 100 Sheep Pasture Road in Port Jefferson, according to police reports. William Rucker, 20, and Paul Clinton Jr., 20, both of Patchogue, were arrested on July 3 when they were found by police on Catherine Street and Washington Avenue in Port Jefferson Station and charged with 3rd degree burglary.
Police say that the two men took property from the building but they did not say what it was. 

Mary Morales, 31, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested in Selden on July 2 at about 4:20 p.m. for an earlier incident. She was charged with menacing. On June 16 Morales allegedly held a baseball bat over another person’s head and made harassing statements.

Luis Armandosantosmorales, 29, of Centereach, was arrested in Port Jefferson Station on July 6 at about 10:42 a.m. and charged with menacing. At about 10:15 a.m., Armandosantosmorales allegedly chased another person with a large knife at a business on Route 347.

Robert Trocchio, 49, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested on July 6. Trocchio is a convicted sex offender required to register with the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS). He was charged with failure to notify DCJS that his address had been changed. According to the DCJS website, Trocchio is listed as homeless. He was convicted in 1982 of sodomy.

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Barrrs1 July 13, 2012 at 02:24 PM
Regarding the Port Jeff acticle, you can rob a car but you cannot rob a warehouse. You can however make other arrangements to have the building moved (robbed) or you can simply burglarize the warehouse.. and steal the contents.

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