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Patchogue Crime Report: Teen Struck With Bottle, Violent Boyfriend

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 harassment was reported on Chestnut Avenue on Nov. 28. 

  • An incident of grand larceny was reported on Laurel Street on Nov. 26. 

  • An incident of criminal mischief was reported on Sills Road on Nov. 28. 

  • An incident of aggravated harassment was reported on Log Road on Nov. 29. 

  • An incident of harassment was reported on Truberg Avenue on Nov. 29. 

  • An incident of criminal mischief was reported on Glenhollow Drive on Nov. 30. 

  • An incident of criminal mischief, involving an intoxicated 22-year-old male, was reported on Hewlett Avenue on Dec. 1. 

  • An incident of assault, in which a 16-year-old female was hit in the lip with a bottle, was reported on E. Main Street in East Patchogue on Dec. 1. 

  • An incident of criminal mischief to car windows was reported on Rowland Street on Dec. 1. 

  • An incident of criminal mischief, involving a violent boyfriend, was reported on La Bonne Vie Drive on Dec. 2. 

  • A burglary was reported on Jennings Avenue on Dec. 3. 

  • An incident of criminal mischief to a public safety vehicle was reported on Oak Street on Dec. 2. 

  • An incident of harassment was reported on Division Street on Dec. 3. 

  • An incident of harassment was reported on S. Ocean Avenue on Dec. 3. 

Arrests

  • John Kreischer, of Ronkonkoma, was arrested in Patchogue on Nov. 28 on  charges of third degree grand larceny and aggravated harassment. 

  • Phillip Borzi Jr., of Patchogue, was arrested in East Patchogue on Dec. 1 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 

  • Hugo Hernandez, of Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on Dec. 1 on a charge of DWI-2 previous convictions in the last 10 years. 

  • Ryan Maund, of Manorville, was arrested in Patchogue on Dec. 1 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 

  • Manuel Oliveira, of Nesconset, was arrested in Patchogue on Dec. 2 on a charged of DWI-1st offense. 

  • Selso Conce, of Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on Dec. 2 on a charged of DWI-1st offense. 

  • Marion Hart IV, of Islip, was arrested in Patchogue on Dec. 3 on charge of 3rd degree assault with intent to cause physical injury. 

Michael Brescia December 07, 2012 at 02:53 PM
I find it hard to believe that there are still so many people driving while impaired. No punishment is harsh enough. How about one offense and lose your license for life. If these people think so little about others then they should lose their privileges. In fact let's take away their freedom also. Mandatory jail time. DWI's must stop.
Patchogue Snoop February 05, 2013 at 06:33 PM
Why? Most of these crimes in Patchogue are recent additions to our country illegally? Once a criminal, always a criminal. They dont even have a license to take away. Nice federal policy isnt it these days.....open borders. I for one think our dear nassau and suffolk county DAs are nothing but elected hacks. Rice and her wall of shame was struck down as unconstitutional and a violation of your right to due process. But alas she may be running for office...nice way to get in the limelight on a popular issue. Study after study puts the most dangerous act during driving........not DWI but TEXTING with a close second........talking on the cell phone. Yet these hacks that are supposed to protect us from crime do nothing.....why???? They dont want to piss off big money campaign contributors.....and most of all alienate SOCCER MOMs who represent yes votes. Yep, those SOCCOR MOMS speeding down the road in huge SUVS and VANS with both eyes on their text machine and none on the road. Saw two such rear end accidents yesterday. One was a four car rear end pile up and the second was a two car rear ender with injuries. Ahh, nothing like selling your soul for votes.
Patchogue Snoop February 05, 2013 at 06:38 PM
And I defy anyone to prove to me after having even a half dozen beers that it is safer to drive with no eyes on a busy road that two slightly tipsy eyes. And no, I am not in favor at all for drinking and driving. I don't drink but Texting needs to hold the same life ruining penalties that DWI holds. .08 is far too low and the result of media hysteria. .10 is much more realistic.

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