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Crime Report: Possession of Burglary Tools, Criminal Mischief

Police blotter reports in Patchogue, North Patchogue, East Patchogue and Medford on March 2.

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

Incidents:

An incident of criminal mischief in the fourth degree was reported in Patchogue on Gerard Street and South Ocean Avenue on March 2.

An incident of harassment in the second degree was reported on La Bonne Vie Drive in East Patchogue on March 2.

An incident of petit larceny was reported on Route 112 in Medford on March 2.

An incident of criminal mischief in the fourth degree was reported on Robinson Avenue in Medford on March 2.

Arrests:

Tia Anthony, of Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on March 2 and charged with aggravated harassment in the second degree.

William Bennett, of Coram, was arrested in Patchogue on March 2 and charged with criminal possession of controlled substance in the seventh degree.

Matthew Celauro, of East Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on March 2 and charged twice with criminal mischief involving intent to damage property and once for possession of burglar tools.

Pedro Cruz, of Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on March 2 and charged twice with criminal mischief involving intent to damage property.

Daniel Smith, of Holbrook, was arrested in Patchogue on March 2 and charged with criminal contempt in the second degree involving disobeying the court.

Vaughn Taylor, of Medford, was arrested in Medford on March 2 and charged with two counts of petit larceny.

Peter Paloumbis, of Farmingville, was arrested in Medford on March 2 and charged with operation of a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content of.08 of 1 percent as a first offense.

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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