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Patchogue Police Report: Public Storage Unit Theft, Pocketbook Stolen

Police blotter reports in Patchogue from Oct. 14-16.

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

An incident of harassment in the second degree was reported on River Avenue in Patchogue on Oct. 16.

A person attempted to pry open a rear door as part of an incident of criminal mischief in the fourth degree, which was reported on Traction Boulevard in North Patchogue on Oct. 16.

An incident of aggravated harassment was reported on Maple Avenue in Patchogue on Oct. 16.

A pocketbook was reported stolen from a vehicle as part of an incident of grand larceny in the fourth degree, which was reported on Railroad Avenue in East Patchogue on Oct. 14.

Items stolen from a public storage unit were reported as part of an incident of grand larceny in the fourth degree, which was reported on Westbound Sunrise Service Road in North Patchogue on Oct. 14.

A vehicle was reportedly keyed as part of an incident of criminal mischief in the fourth degree on East Main Street in Patchogue on Oct. 14.

An incident of harassment in the second degree involving an intoxicated man was reported on La Bonne Vie Drive West in East Patchogue on Oct. 14.

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

Richard Murray October 18, 2012 at 02:51 PM
Any word on the hour long man hunt (including helicopter) this past Sunday morning Just north of Main & West of 112? Heard it was a cash-grab and escape on foot.
Michael Sorrentino (Editor) October 18, 2012 at 05:29 PM
Richard: PIO told us earlier this week just that it is related to the stolen pocketbook incident on Sunday. I asked for an update if there is anything more and if we find out I'll update
MarkSindone April 09, 2013 at 07:03 AM
I can only guess that most of these criminal acts would likely go unpunished, especially for the vehicle which was keyed. It is likely the owner of the car has an unhappy ex-spouse if that was the only vehicle that was keyed in the area. I wonder though how come the thief who stole from the public storage unit was not caught? Shouldn’t there be a surveillance unit or security?

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