Riverhead Town police are looking for two men who removed numerous items — including commercial mowers, weed wackers, hedge trimmers, backpack blowers and chainsaws — from Owen Brothers Landscape Design in Baiting Hollow early Wednesday morning. READ
A Wading River woman allegedly stole more than $1,000 worth of jewelry from family members earlier this year, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office. READ
Police arrested Katarina Bennett, Jason Scott and Marquis Nolan. (Credit: Riverhead police)
Police arrested three people around 1 a.m. on Tuesday after they said they were caught with a variety of stolen goods — from laptops, to surveying equipment, to fishing gear — that were picked up after a rash of break-ins in the Riverhead-Calverton areas. (more…)
Abel Neira, 25, of Riverhead. (Credit: Riverhead Police mug shot)
A unlicensed Riverhead man is facing a felony grand larceny charge after stealing his roommates’s car and crashing it on Route 105 early Sunday, according to Riverhead Town police.
Abel Neira, 25, crashed a 2000 Volkswagon Jetta about 3:20 a.m. and then fled the scene, returning back to his West Main Street apartment, police said.
An Ohio man was arrested on a felony grand larceny charge after police said an investigation revealed that he stole two chainsaws and a leaf blower from a Route 58 store in mid-August. (more…)
Southampton Police station (Credit: Paul Squire)
A Shirley man who had been caring for two elderly Riverside residents is now charged with stealing and using their credit cards.
Southampton Town Police investigated a March 18 incident at Riverwoods mobile home park on Riverleigh Avenue in Riverside, where they said two elderly people reported that their cards had been used without their authorization. (more…)
A former Walmart employee was arrested on a warrant last Tuesday after stealing from the Riverhead store several months earlier, Riverhead Town police said.
Lashone Artis, 41, of Westhampton removed $2,310 cash from a register sometime between Feb. 2. and Feb. 15., according to a report.
Ms. Artis was arrested and charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, a class E felony, at police headquarters, police said.
She was released on $1,000 bail, and is due back in court Oct. 22., officials said.