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July 18-Suffolk Arrest Report

A look at some recent arrests in the region.

All of the following information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate a conviction. 

  • Jason Cartolano, 39, of North Babylon, was arrested in North Babylon on July 14 on a charge of first degree criminal contempt. 
  • Rondue Keller, 30, of West Babylon, was arrested in Amityville on July 14 on a charge of operating a motor vehicle impaired by drugs. 
  • Karen Beatty, 28, of Lindenhurst, was arrested in Lindenhurst on July 13 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 
  • Miguel Apariciocampos, 29, of Huntington Station, was arrested in Huntington Station on July 15 on a charge of aggravated DWI. 
  • John Tichy, 26, of Holbrook, was arrested in Central Islip on July 16 on a charge of first degree criminal contempt. 
  • Gilbert Lipton, 55, of Patchogue, was arrested in Central Islip on July 15 on a charge of third degree criminal possession of stolen property. 
  • Richard Amatucci, 54, of Nesconset, was arrested in Ronkonkoma on July 15 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 
  • Michael Baratta, 53, of Bayport, was arrested in Hauppauge on July 14 on a charge of first degree offering a false instrument for filing. 
  • Richard Kenney, 51, of Lindenhurst, was arrested in Hauppauge on July 14 on a charge of fourth degree insurance fraud. 
  • Victor Carangelo, 40, of Kings Park, was arrested in Smithtown on July 14 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 
  • Michael Lagravinese, 22, of St. James, was arrested in Hauppauge on July 14 on a charge of operating a motor vehicle impaired by drugs. 
  • Christopher Emiliano, 28, of Centereach, was arrested in Lake Grove on July 13 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 
  • Paul Rysanek, 21, of Selden, was arrested in Selden on July 15 on charges of third degree robbery and first degree criminal contempt. Story: Police: 81-Year-Old Man Fights Off Robber at ATM
  • Angelo Valega, 20, of Holtsville, was arrested in Holtsville on July 16 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 
  • Keith Gordon, 54, of Patchogue, was arrested in Patchogue on July 16 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 
  • Joseph Schreck III, 25, of Holbrook, was arrested in Holbrook on July 16 on three counts of second degree burglary and one count of petty larceny. Story:  Police: Holbrook Man Arrested for Burglarizing Occupied Homes
  • Myron Bohannon, 46, of Farmingville, was arrested Medford on July 15 on charges of operating a motor vehicle impaired by drugs, sex offender registry violation and two counts of seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. 
  • Daniel Marran, 57, of East Patchogue, was arrested in Sayville on July 15 on a charge of first degree criminal contempt. 
  • Michael Huffman, 48, of Central Islip, was arrested in Patchogue on July 13 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 
  • Darrell A Maxwell III, 43, of Medford, was arrested in Port Jefferson on July 15 on a charge of fourth degree grand larceny. 
  • John Baumann, 54, of Port Jefferson, was arrested in Selden on July 15 on a charge of third degree grand larceny.
  • Juan Cuji, 22, of Patchogue, was arrested in Medford on July 13 on a charge of DWI-1st offense. 
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Kathy Marsh July 18, 2014 at 10:33 AM
DWI or impaired by drugs seem to be a big problem on L.I. LI has to have more sobriety checks on the main roads. The drunks of LI need to leave LI and go to some other place.
CAPICU July 18, 2014 at 11:14 AM
DWI ...The piggy bank that keeps on giving.
Ralph July 20, 2014 at 07:52 AM
DWI ........Keeps on giving or keeps on taking.......lives?
CAPICU July 20, 2014 at 09:41 AM
Zero tolerance for under twenty one years olds.That means if you are under twenty one and drink one beer and caught driving you may end up financially ruined,but hey how many of us ever remember drinking a beer and driving back when we were young once?
Ralph July 20, 2014 at 09:44 AM
Not me, b/c I never did.you need to be 21 to drink.

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