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Patchogue Crime Report: Patient Bites, Burglary Arrests

A look at recent crime in the 11772 zip code.

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 grand larceny was reported on Route 112 on Jan. 17. 

  • An incident of aggravated harassment was reported on Hillside Avenue on Jan. 16. 

  • An incident of criminal mischief was reported on Katy Street on Jan. 19. 

  • An incident of criminal mischief to a red Lexus was reported on Waverly Avenue on Jan. 17. 

  • An incident of grand larceny in which tools were stolen from a van was reported on E. Shore Drive on Jan. 18. 

  • An incident of harassment, in which a patient bit an employee, was reported on Hospital Road on Jan. 20. 

  • An incident of grand larceny was reported on Nottingham Avenue on Jan. 20. 

  • An incident of harassment was reported on Lakeview Drive on Jan. 20. 

  • An incident of harassment was reported on Cedar Avenue on Jan. 21. 

  • An incident of grand larceny, in which a wallet and keys were stolen from a locker, was reported on Gateway Boulevard on Jan. 21. 

  • An incident of criminal mischief to a vehicle in a driveway was reported on Donegan Avenue on Jan. 21. 

Arrests

  • Daren Gallo, of E. Patchgoue, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 15 on a charge of second degree burglary. 

  • Jairo Cuji, of E. Patchogue, was arrested in N. Patchogue on Jan. 15 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 

  • Franklin Dunham, of Yonkers, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 17 on a charge of third degree burglary. 

  • Wilber Aguilar, of Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 19 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 

  • Teresa Hughes, of E. Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 19 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 

  • Matthew Saltzman, of Centereach, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 20 on a charge of operaing a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs. 

  • Carlos Largo, of Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on Jan. 21 on a charge of fourth degree grand larceny. 

Michael Leaning January 24, 2013 at 06:21 PM
It would be really amusing to see photos of these people. Is there anyway you can provide, or let us know how to look it up?
zv March 21, 2013 at 09:13 AM
The common law elements of burglary often vary between jurisdictions. The common law definition has been expanded in most jurisdictions, such that the building need not be a dwelling or even a building in the conventional sense, physical breaking is not necessary, the entry does not need to occur at night, and the intent may be to commit any felony or theft. Thanks. http://www.slaterealestate.ca/ | condos for sale downtown Toront

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