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Arrests in Pat-Med from Jan. 16-17.

The following information is taken from the Suffolk County Police Department's crime blotter. None of the defendants have been convicted of a crime, but were arrested for the charges listed below. A criminal charge is only an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

Patchogue

Helen Parrella, of Holtsville, was arrested in Patchogue for charges of driving while intoxicated as a first offense on Jan. 16.

Kerri Tinelli, of Islip, was arrested in Patchogue for charges of driving while intoxicated as a first offense on Jan. 16.

Lowell Ernst, of Bellport, was arrested in Patchogue for charges of grand larceny in the fourth degree on Jan. 17.

Deny Gonzalezfuentes, of Mineola, was arrested in Patchogue for charges of leaving the scene of a property damage accident on Jan. 17.

East Patchogue

Elizabeth Byers, of East Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue for charges of criminal contempt in the second degree involving disobeying the court on Jan. 17.

Jason Mann, of Bellport, was arrested in East Patchogue for charges of criminal possession of controlled substance in the seventh degree, resisting arrest, criminal mischief in the third degree involving property greater then $250 and unlawfully fleeing a police officer on Jan. 17.

Medford

Thomas Minogue, of Medford, was arrested in Medford for charges of unlawful surveillance in the second degree on Jan. 16.

Ralph Grattan, of Medford, was arrested in Medford for charges of unlawful possession of marijuana on Jan. 17.

Leso Marroquin, of Medford, was arrested in Medford for charges of harassment in the second degree involving physical contact on Jan. 17.

Noe Ramirez, of Brentwood, was arrested in Medford for charges of driving while intoxicated as a first offense on Jan. 17.

Francis Casanova, of Medford, was arrested in Medford for criminal contempt in the first degree on Jan. 17.

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