• Nicholas Cunard, 43, of Setauket, was arrested Sept. 15 at a residence in Dix Hills and charged with practicing an unlicensed occupation. According to police, Cunard offered to install a new pool liner and pool cover through his business, The Liner Doctor Inc., without possessing a valid Suffolk County home improvement license.
• Edward Fenster, 22, of Centereach, was arrested Sept. 18 in Stony Brook and charged with petty larceny and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, both misdemeanors. Police said they stopped him as he was driving eastbound on E. Loop Road in Stony Brook in a 2008 Mazda with two license suspensions. Police also said he stole a white iPhone 4 from another vehicle.
• Two men got into a fight with an unidentified man in Port Jefferson on Sept. 16, sending one man to the hospital. Casey Terruso, 23, of Mastic, and Christopher Barwick, 29, of Bayport, were arrested and charged with assault. At about 3:35 a.m. Terruso and Barwick got into a fight with the victim in the Brookhaven Town parking lot on West Broadway, striking him in the head and face and sending him to the hospital. Police did not say which hospital he went to or what started the fight.
• Matthew Weiner, 23, of Setauket was arrested Sept. 21 on Main Street in Port Jefferson and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance. When police stopped Weiner in his 2002 Nissan while traveling south on Main Street near Linden Place he allegedly had heroin on him.
• Only days after a high profile bust of an alleged house of prostitution in Riverhead, police arrested three Flanders women on Saturday on charges of prostitution. Members of the New York State Police Special Investigations Unit, State Police Troop L Riverside, and the Department of Homeland Security, with assistance from the Southampton Police Department, arrested three women in an alleged prostitution operation located at 424 Flanders Rd. in Flanders.
Mariluz Fonseca, 62, of 424 Flanders Rd. in Flanders was charged with promoting prostitution in the third degree, a felony. Milady Leclerc-Roman, 59, of the Bronx, was charged with prostitution, a class B misdemeanor. Belkis Serrano-Tejeda, 40 ,of 424 Flanders Rd. was also charged with prostitution.
• Brandon Escante, 20, of Riverhead, was charged on Sept. 22 around 7:30 a.m. after he was stopped by police on Red Creek Road in Hampton Bays for speeding. Cops said Escante provided a false ID and was charged with criminal impersonation in the second degree, an A misdemeanor.
• Tyler L. Schiffelbian, 28, of Remsenburg, was charged with petit larceny on Sept. 19 at 10:09 a.m. after a Greenport man caught him taking copper from his business without permission, police said. Schieffelbian had been fired from the business earlier that morning, police said.