Blotter: NJ man arrested after crashing stolen car

A New Jersey man was arrested after crashing a stolen car in Riverhead last week.

Riverhead Police said 24-year-old Michael Siebold began acting suspiciously after crashing the silver Subaru he was driving into another vehicle near Riverhead Bay Motors on Route 58 about 10:30 a.m. Friday. Police determined the Subaru had been reported stolen in Englewood, N.J., and charged Mr. Siebold with criminal possession of stolen property. He appeared in Riverhead Town Justice Court later that day and was released without bail.

• Alexander Trejo, 28, of Hampton Bays was arrested by Riverhead Police on the Long Island Expressway in Calverton about 8 a.m. Saturday and charged with driving while ability impaired and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Police said Mr. Trejo was involved in a two-car accident. No additional information was available.

• Julia Townsend, 38, of Ridge was arrested by town police on Railroad Avenue in Riverhead about 6 p.m. Friday and charged with second-degree harassment. No additional information was available.

• Isaac Freeman Sr., 65, of Riverhead was charged with third-degree assault Friday night after police said he attacked a woman at the River Pointe Apartments on East Main Street in Riverhead. Police responded after the alleged victim reported that she had been in a verbal dispute with Mr. Freeman because his belongings had been moved and the argument turned physical.

• Julio Tocay-Ajcuc, 28, of Riverhead was arrested by town police on Franklin Street in Riverhead about 10 a.m. Friday and charged with second-degree harassment. No additional information was available.

• A 14-year-old was charged with second-degree menacing at Little Flower Children’s Services in Wading River about 5 p.m. Saturday. No additional information was available.

• Someone damaged the makeshift shrine dedicated to 20-year-old Michelle DeFranco at the location where she was fatally struck on North Wading River Road in Wading River last month. The vandalism was reported about 11 a.m. Saturday.

Those who are named in police reports have not been convicted of any crime or violation. The charges against them may later be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be found innocent.