Alana Mims, 21, of Bellport, was arrested for stealing property from Family Dollar on March 1.
The window to a vehicle was broken on Forest Road West and a laptop, credit cards and debit cards were stolen on Feb. 25.
A laptop was stolen from a 2013 Ford parked on Cedar Road West on Feb. 25.
A 19-year-old Bellport man was arrested for stealing a purse from a 2007 Honda parked on Mastic Beach Road on Dec. 27.
A 2012 Nissan was stolen from the parking lot of Razor’s Edge on March 1.
A window to a home on Cleveland Street was broken on March 1, but nothing was stolen.
At Metro PCS on East Main Street, phones were stolen on March 2.
Someone cut the screen to a window at a home on William Floyd Parkway.
On March 1, someone stole a phone while shopping at Best Yet.
At Unique Fitness, an unknown person removed a set of keys from a gym bag in an unlocked locker and used them to steal credit cards from a 2015 Audi in the parking lot on Feb. 27.
Man shot inside IHOP restaurant
Suffolk County Police Fourth Squad detectives are investigating an incident in which a man was shot in Lake Ronkonkoma Monday afternoon.
Suffolk County Police responded to 911 calls reporting shots fired at IHOP, located at 339 Portion Road, at approximately 1:25 p.m. Deontrae Green shot Tyriek Corbin while both were inside the restaurant. Police quickly located and arrested Green. Corbin, 20, of Amityville, fled the scene, but was later located at Stony Brook University Hospital, where he was treated for a nonlife-threatening gunshot wound.
Green, 19, of Islandia, was charged with assault 1st degree; criminal use of a firearm 1st degree; and criminal possession of a weapon 2nd degree. He was held overnight at the Fourth Precinct and was scheduled to be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip the next morning.
Detectives believe the incident was not random, but the result of an internal dispute between members of the Bloods gang. Detectives are investigating whether the incident is related to two shootings that took place in Coram Monday afternoon.
The investigation is continuing. Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact the Fourth Squad at (631) 854-8452, or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at (800) 220-TIPS.