Riverhead Town police arrested a 14-year-old boy for his involvement in a robbery in Riverhead last Tuesday.
An employee of Tommy Hilfiger at Tanger Outlets reported that three females entered the store around 5:25 p.m. and removed merchandise from the store, officials said. When the employee confronted them one of the women used an electrical stun gun on the employee, officials said. READ
Riverhead police are looking for the person or persons who robbed Joe’s Automotive overnight on Wednesday. READ
Riverhead Town police arrested a Melville man for driving while intoxicated in Riverhead Saturday.
Willis Lindstadt, 24, was involved in a car accident around 12:15 a.m. on Main Street when police determined he was intoxicated, officials said. READ
Two separate car accidents involving eight vehicles caused the Riverhead Fire Department and Riverhead Town Police to jump into action Friday afternoon.
The two calls were received roughly 20 minutes apart, causing officials to divide their resources as they rushed to aid possible victims and clear the roadways. READ
Riverhead Town police, in conjunction with Southampton Town police and the East End BWI Task Force, arrested a Huntington Station man for boating while intoxicated Saturday.
James Mills, 61, was arrested at Riverhead police headquarters around 4:10 p.m. and charged with BWI, a misdemeanor, officials said. He was taken to Southampton Town Police headquarters. READ
Police arrested a Riverhead woman for felony driving while intoxicated in Baiting Hollow Saturday.
Lisa Geremita, 48, refused to submit to a breath test and had open alcohol in her car when she was pulled over on Sound Avenue around 11:35 p.m., officials said. READ
Riverhead Town Police arrested Melanie King, 37, of Mastic Beach on a felony grand larceny charge stemming from an incident that occurred at Target on April 4, 2018, police said. READ
Two Riverhead men are facing multiple felony charges in relation to stealing credit cards.
Riverhead Town Police arrested Richard Johannes, 22, and Gino Florian, 18, in connection to a June 20 burglary at a home on 5th Street. Police said the pair stole credit cards along with other items and the credit cards were later used at several Riverhead businesses. READ