Brian McManus, 30, of Miller Place, was arrested Jan. 21 in Miller Place and charged with first-degree burglary -- displaying a firearm, a felony. McManus allegedly entered 125 Broadway in Rocky Point through the front door, displayed what appeared to be pistol and stole money from the victim. According to police, he was also charged with impersonating an officer to commit a felony. He allegedly said he was police in order to gain entrance.
Steven Korth, 23, of Rocky Point, was arrested Jan. 22 in South Setauket and charged with petty larceny, a misdemeanor. Korth was arrested at Home Depot on Pond Path after allegedly taking a box containing a drill and walking past the point of purchase.
Charles Killian, of Mt. Sinai, was arrested Jan. 26 in Rocky Point and charged with third-degree burglary -- illegal entry with intent, a felony. Police had no further information on the incident.