• A male resident of Caleb Brewster Rd. in Setauket called police Sept. 28 to report another man left him multiple harassing voicemails following a disagreement over football tickets.
• A resident of Dyke Rd. in Setauket called police Sept. 26 to report finding swastikas drawn on a Mitt Romney lawn sign sometime between 6 p.m. on Sept. 25 and 8 a.m. on Sept. 27.
• Tracy James, 38, of Middle Island, was arrested on Sept. 24 at Mather Hospital in Port Jefferson and charged with robbery, burglary, forgery and criminal possession of stolen property. Police accused her of a June robbery in Bayshore when she allegedly stole property from another person. James was also charged with burglary for allegedly taking property from a home on Stony Brook Road in Stony Brook on June 18 and criminal possession of stolen property from an incident at Gold Rush USA in Centereach on the same date. She was also charged with forgery and accused of altering a check that she then deposited into an ATM in Coram on Sept. 6. Court records show that James was indicted in Suffolk County Criminal Court on Sept. 28 and her next court date is set for Oct. 3.
• Two men were arrested on Sept. 28 in Port Jefferson Station and charged with criminal possession of stolen property. Alexander Gentile, 26, of Lake Ronkonkoma, and Michael Wisnieski, 25, of Port Jefferson Station, allegedly had stolen gardening and construction tools stashed at an apartment on Greenhaven Drive and in a car.
• Thomas Glasser, 48, of Peconic, resisted arrest and injured a Southold Town Police officer while doing so during a fight at the Valero gas station in Cutchogue on Sept. 30 at 3 a.m., police said. Glasser was reported to be highly intoxicated and was causing a disturbance before police arrived. When he was asked to leave he refused and fought with arresting officers, police said. Officer Richard Buonaiuto was injured during the arrest and was treated at Eastern Long Island Hospital.
• Alisa Siegell, 43, of Laurel, was charged with felony aggravated driving while intoxicated, endangering the welfare of a child, and failing to maintain a lane of traffic on Sept. 30 at 7:44 p.m., after police observed the vehicle that Siegell was operating crossed over from the westbound lane into the eastbound lane, police said. Siegell was stopped and found to be intoxicated after failing several roadside sobriety tests, police said. In addition, Siegell’s 3-year-old daughter was in the vehicle with Siegell. Siegell was transported to police headquarters in Peconic and processed. Siegell’s vehicle was seized and towed to the police impound.