Shawn Collins, 29, of Bellport, was arrested for stealing clothing in two incidents at Vanity Fair in the Bellport Outlets.
In the parking lot at 1516 Montauk Highway, a leaf blower and chainsaw were stolen from the trailer of a 2001 Chevy truck on Dec. 6.
On Dec. 7, someone broke the window to a home on Main Avenue, and stole jewelry, an iPhone, a laptop and shoes.
Two iPhones and an iPad were stolen from a home on Hampton Avenue on Dec. 9.
Three televisions and a microwave were stolen from an abandoned house on Gores Drive on Dec. 9.
The window to a 2013 Mercedes was broken and a purse was stolen from the vehicle while parked at Long Island Community Hospital on Dec. 6.
At Brookhaven Healthcare, the window of a 2007 Nissan was broken on Dec. 6 and a purse was stolen.
Headphones and a credit card were stolen from an unlocked 2017 Cadillac parked on North Dunton Avenue on Dec. 8.
Alison Reed, 28, of Mastic, was arrested for stealing a hat from Burlington Coat Factory on Dec. 6.
Daniel Steele, 21, of Patchogue, was arrested for two incidents on petit larceny, both at Target in Medford, where he stole headphones on Nov. 7 and baby formula on Nov. 8.
Someone got into a car with strangers looking for a ride at approximately 3:54 a.m. on Dec. 9. After entering the car in the parking lot of 115 East Main Street, the person was robbed.
Nelson Bellido, 20, of Shirley, was arrested for stealing assorted merchandise from Home Depot on Sept. 16.
At Empire Mini Mart on Dec. 6, someone who asked a cashier to make change stole the money while the person was trying to make change.
Three arrested for Medford armed robbery
Suffolk County Police arrested three men following an armed robbery at a Medford convenience store.
Zeeshan Masood entered 7-Eleven, located at 2725 Route 112, and robbed an employee of cash at gunpoint on Dec. 4 at approximately 1:40 a.m. Masood fled the store and got into a waiting Jeep Grand Cherokee, occupied by Walter Tinsley and Timothy Terry. A highway patrol officer observed the Jeep run a red light at the intersection of Route 112 and Express Drive South as it was fleeing the scene and pulled over the vehicle. Masood fled the vehicle on foot and Terry and Tinsley were taken into custody.
Approximately two hours later, police received a 911 call from a cameraman at the scene of the robbery reporting a man, possibly matching the description of the suspect, had approached him asking for a ride. Officers responded and Masood, who was riding a bicycle at the time, fled into the woods. Aviation Section officers located Masood and guided Canine Section officers to his location. Masood failed to respond to officers’ commands and was bitten by a police dog. He was transported to St. Charles Hospital in Port Jefferson for treatment. During a search of the Jeep, a loaded 40-caliber handgun was recovered.
Masood, Tinsley and Terry were charged with robbery 1st degree, criminal possession of a weapon 2nd degree and criminal use of a firearm 1st degree. Masood was also charged with resisting arrest, harassment 2nd degree and an outstanding warrant. Masood, 19, Tinsley, 18, and Terry, 18, all from Coram, were held at the Sixth Precinct and arraigned on Dec. 5 at First District Court in Central Islip.