Police said Alvah Randall Jr., 28, used a screwdriver to cut a Riverhead woman. (Credit: Riverhead Police Department)
A Jamesport man was arrested Monday for allegedly cutting a woman with a screwdriver during an argument over the weekend, Riverhead police said.
Officers said Alvah Randall Jr., 28, used a screwdriver to cut a Riverhead woman on her stomach when the two acquaintances got into a fight at Main Road house in Jamesport on Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Randall Jr. was arrested on Monday and charged with one count of assault in the 2nd degree and one count of harassment in the 2nd degree, according to Riverhead police.
Police said he is going to be arraigned Monday afternoon.
The suspect: Manuel DeLeon Cuellar. (Credit: Suffolk Police)
The Suffolk County Police are on the hunt for a 24-year-old Jamesport man who allegedly set fire to his girlfriend’s Brentwood apartment and struck a police officer with his vehicle as he fled, according to a police press release. (more…)
Update, 4:10 p.m.: A mother and her adult daughter escaped from their burning condo unharmed, according to Riverhead Police.
The fire is believed to have started in the chimney shortly before 3 p.m.
Just about an hour later, most of the flames had been extinguished by fire volunteers that had responded to the scene. (more…)
A 30-year-old Jamesport man was arrested on a drunken driving charge early Thursday in Mattituck, Southold Town police said.
Porfirio Martinez was stopped by police about 1:20 a.m. after he was spotted crossing a double yellow line while traveling eastbound on Main Road near Elijah’s Lane, police said.
Mr. Martinez was found to be intoxicated and charged with misdemeanor DWI, police said.
He was arraigned and held on $300 cash or $1,500 bond, records show.
Two days after Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Riverhead Town police offered a cash reward of up to $5,000 for information about a burglary at a house in Jamesport, police say the homeowner is also offering up a “substantial cash reward” for information that leads to the return of the safe, its contents or an arrest. (more…)
Our Redeemer Lutheran and Old Steeple churches in Aquebogue, as well as First Parish Church in Northville, all offer shelter and food for Maureen’s Haven. (more…)
A six-mile stretch of Main Road could be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The corridor includes Aquebogue’s Old Steeple Church, built in 1862 and designed by a farmer with no architectural experience, as well as Aquebogue Cemetery, which dates back to 1755 and contains the graves of numerous Revolutionary War soldiers. (Credit: Andrew Lepre)
The Riverhead and Southold landmarks preservation commissions have nominated the six miles of Main Road running through the hamlets of Aquebogue, Jamesport and Laurel to the National Register of Historic Places. This designation will open up access to incentives that might help preserve some of the many historic structures along this stretch of rural highway that serves as the gateway to the North Fork. (more…)
Aela works with her ballet instructor, Cheryl Kiel, at Mo Chuisle Moya Strast School of Dance in Mattituck last week. (Credit: Rachel Young)
For more than two centuries, the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Moscow has nurtured some of the world’s most illustrious dancers.
Nine-year-old Aela Bailey of Jamesport hopes to become one of them. (more…)