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Crime Report: Husband Attempts to Choke Spouse

Police blotter reports in Patchogue, North Patchogue, East Patchogue and Medford on Jan. 28.

The following information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate convictions.

Incidents: 

A man allegedly attempted to choke his wife on Clark Street in North Patchogue on Jan. 28. No weapons were involved in the incident.

An unidentified person was allegedly assaulted on East Main Street in Patchogue on Jan. 28.

A burglary in the second degree took place on Bellport Lane in Medford on Jan. 28, resulting in several items being taken. The door to the home was kicked in.

A customer damaged a television on Route 112 in Medford on Jan. 28.

Arrests:

Stacey Deprospo, of Bellport, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 28 and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree and for endangering an incompetent person.

Shaheim Hardy, of Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 28 and charged with criminal possession of controlled substance in the seventh degree.

Edwin Gonzalez, of North Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 28 and charged with harassment in the second degree.

Angelo Evans, of Coram, was arrested in Medford on Jan. 28 and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.

Robert Worlow, of Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 28 and charged with driving while intoxicated as a first offense.

Adrianne Oliveri, of Rocky Point, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 28 and charged with driving while intoxicated as a first offense.

Kathleen Mackenzie, of Bayshore, was arrested in East Patchogue on Jan. 28 and charged with driving while intoxicated.

Robert Alcantara, Jose Castroperez, Marvin Escobar, Francisco Sanchez, were arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 28 and charged with burglary in the second degree. .

For questions about this blotter, email michael@patch.com. The Suffolk County Police Public Information number is 631-852-6308. All arrests have been previously published on the SCPD's website here.

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