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Crimes Nearby: Shirley Man Attacks Girlfriend, Officer at Gas Station

The following arrest information was supplied by the local police departments. It does not indicate a conviction.

Three Village

Cynthia Herrmann, 44, of Setauket, was arrested Sept. 3 in Holtsville and charged with third-degree criminal mischief and fourth-degree grand larceny. Herrmann allegedly entered a hotel room at a hotel in Holtsville on the afternoon of Sept. 3 and intentionally broke a lamp, a TV, and a fireplace screen, and also scratched a 2012 BMW parked in the parking lot. Police said she also stole a wallet from someone she knew at that time.

Port Jefferson

Michael Argeropoulos, 18, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested Sept. 5 at his home in Port Jefferson Station and charged with assault and criminal mischief. Argeropoulos allegedly hit a man in the head with a baseball bat on Gaton Lane in Coram. He is also accused of breaking the rear window of 2000 Mercedes Benz with a bat. Police are not sure if it was the same bat used in both instances.

North Fork

• A 24-year-old Shirley man was arrested and charged with numerous offences on Sept. 12 at 2:30 p.m., after police responded to a report that he was attacking his girlfriend in the parking area of the Empire Gas Station in Laurel, police said.

Parked at the same gas station, an off-duty New York State Court Officer witnessed Jordan M. Gormez apparently attack his female companion and then threaten violence toward the court officer and his wife, police said. After police responded to a call regarding the incident, Gormez fled on foot and was immediately pursued by the police officer on the scene.

Gormez repeatedly ignored lawful commands from the officer and confronted and physically attacked the officer numerous times, police said. Gormez was able to get behind the police officer and attempted to grab the officer's gun, at which point the off-duty court officer was able to assist in constraining and eventually subduing Gormez. Investigation revealed that Gormez had also done considerable damage to the female victim's vehicle.

• Carrie McCabe, 38, of Cutchogue, was charged with second-degree burglary and first-degree unauthorized use of a motor vehicle on Sept. 8 at 6:14 p.m., after a 42-year-old Cutchogue man reported to police that someone stole his vehicle, police said. OnStar was notified and the vehicle was located at McCabe's residence, police said. McCabe was arrested and found to be in the possession of stolen property and it was discovered that McCabe also burglarized McDowell's residence. She was held overnight to await arraignment in the morning.

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