Colleen Dolan, 29, of Stony Brook, was arrested April 14 at Stony Brook University Medical Center and stands accused of acting in a manner that causes injury to children under age 17. According to reports, Dolan, who was intoxicated at the time she was arrested, was watching two one- and two-year-old children who were not her own at a home in St. James when she left them alone for more than three hours.
Suffolk County Police arrested three teens for allegedly mugging a Domino's pizza delivery driver at knifepoint on Sunday night and making off with his cash. Police said a Domino's delivery man brought an order of three pizzas to a Buxmont Lane home in Stony Brook around 9:00 p.m.
After he knocked on the front door, police said, he was grabbed from behind and thrown to the ground. Two more men - one of whom police said was armed with a knife - reportedly joined in and demanded the pizza man's money. He complied and the three men fled with the cash and pizzas, police said.
Police arrested two of the men on Monday and one on Tuesday evening. All three were charged with robbery in the first degree, a felony. Raymond Tomasicchio, 19, and Abhishek Sathiakumar, 17, both of Stony Brook, were arrested on Monday. Thomas Hynes, 18, of Coram, was arrested Tuesday.
Police said the pizza delivery man, working from, was unharmed during the incident.
Cemil Kukoglu, 22, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested in Port Jefferson Station on April 21 and charged with selling alcohol to a minor. Kukoglo was working at the Speedy Mart on Route 112 in Port Jefferson when the incident occurred at 9:20 p.m.
Suffolk Police responded to a menacing incident on Chestnut Street in Mt. Sinai on April 19, during which an individual reportedly brandished a gun during an argument. Police said a dispute between at least three people about someone's slashed tires escalated and police responded. No arrests were made.
The following morning at 12:30 a.m., police responded to a report of grand larceny at a different home on Chestnut Street in Mt. Sinai. An individual said that a GPS system and purse containing cash were stolen from an unlocked car.
Riverhead Town police are investigating a report of criminal mischief and larceny from vending machines after three suspects allegedly entered the Laundromat in the T.J. Maxx Plaza on March 29 at approximately 5 p.m. and broke into two vending machines. The three allegedly removed an undetermined amount of coins and cash and fled the store with the proceeds, police say. The Riverhead Detective Division is investigating; anyone with information is asked to call 631-727-4500.
A Babylon man was arrested Friday night after then proceeded to flee the scene of the accident.
Timothy Corcoran, 43, was later found in the parking lot of the Flanders McDonald’s, police said. Corcoran was arrested and transported to the Riverhead Town Police Department, where he was held on charges of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident.
James Lawrence, 35, of Greenport turned himself into on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. on an arrest warrant issued last week, after police had been investigating reports of Lawrence looking into the first floor windows of several different houses on First Street in the village during the early morning hours of April 7, police said. Lawrence, who has been arrested and charged in the past for offences such as public lewdness and burglary in the village, was released on his own recognizance and will return to court on a later date, police said.