Blotter 1-10-19


Someone stole benefit cards from a home on Station Road on Jan. 4.

On Jan. 6, someone stole four tires, a catalytic converter and a car battery from a 2010 Honda Accord parked at a home on 2nd Street.


License plates were stolen from a 2009 Nissan Altima parked at the Help Suffolk Homeless Shelter on Jan. 6.

Mastic Beach

A pocket book with credit cards was stolen from a 2009 Jeep parked at a home on Huguenot Drive.

On Jan. 6, someone stole a shotgun and a crossbow from an unlocked 2004 Chevrolet on Hickory Road.


Groceries were stolen from a 1999 Nissan Maxima parked at 7-Eleven on Horseblock Road on Jan. 6.

East Patchogue

Tires and rims were stolen from a 2010 Chevrolet Impala parked at a home on La Bonne Vie Drive.

On Jan. 5, someone stole three cell phones from a home on Americus Avenue.

Two boxes of diapers were stolen from CVS on Jan. 5.

The front door to a home on Pondview Drive was broken and a jar of coins was stolen on Jan. 5.


James Reiss, 43, of Manorville was arrested for stealing men’s clothing from Kohl’s on Dec. 9.

John Valderama, 28, of East Patchogue was arrested for criminal mischief after police say he stopped at a red light, exited his vehicle, and punched the driver side mirror on a 2003 Chevrolet on William Floyd Parkway on Dec. 26.

Assorted merchandise was stolen from Bath & Body Works on Jan. 3.

Someone stole a PSEG power meter from a home on Winston Drive on Jan. 4.

A laptop was stolen from a Mercury vehicle parked on Cedarwood Drive on Jan. 5.


Wanted for petit larceny (photo)

Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Seventh Precinct Crime Section officers are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the man who stole merchandise from a Shirley store in October 2018.

A man stole two packs of Hanes underwear from Kohl’s, located at 999 Montauk Highway, at 10:15 a.m. on Oct. 10. The merchandise had a value of $36.

The man was described as white with short hair and glasses. He was wearing a black, short-sleeved T-shirt, camouflage pants and had tattoos on both biceps. He fled the scene on a bicycle.

Five defrauded in Letgo scam

Suffolk County Police Seventh Squad detectives are investigating five incidents since August during which up to three males stole money from people who were attempting to buy or sell a phone on the Letgo app.

During the first incident, the victim arranged to buy a cell phone from someone outside 156 Mayfield Drive in Mastic Beach on Aug. 16 at approximately 10 p.m. The suspect took the phone and told the victim he would return. The suspect fled into the rear yard and never returned with money.

During the second incident, two victims were waiting in a vehicle outside 156 Mayfield Drive on Nov. 9 at 8:10 p.m., when two suspects arrived and approached the victim’s car. The suspects showed the victims a phone, then displayed a knife and stole money.

Approximately three weeks later, a man arranged to buy a cell phone from someone outside 156 Mayfield Drive on Nov. 30 just before midnight. The suspect showed the victim a cell phone and accepted cash. The suspect told the victim he had to get a SIM card and fled to the rear of the property and never returned with the phone.

During the fourth incident, a victim agreed to meet someone to purchase a cell phone on Mastic Road on Dec. 8 and three men forcibly stole money from the victim and fled on foot.

The fifth incident occurred on Dec. 31 at the Mastic-Shirley LIRR station. The victim gave the suspect money and was pushed to the ground. When the victim attempted to follow the suspect, a second man threatened to shoot him.

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