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Crime Report: Cash Register Knocked Over at Vincenzo’s Pizza

The following arrest information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department and does not indicate a conviction.

David Koltai, 33, of Port Jefferson, was arrested on Crystal Brook Hollow Road in Terryville on June 16 at about 4:15 a.m. and charged with DWI.

On June 16 at around 5:30 p.m. someone called police from a residence on Rush Street in Port Jefferson Station to report that items were taken from the home including an iPad, camcorder, wireless keyboard, case for the iPad and external speakers. There was apparently no forced entry into the home.

Dulce Salcedo, 48, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested on Alden Lane in Port Jefferson Station on June 20 and charged with harassment. Police say that around 5 p.m. Salcedo tried to prevent her tenant from entering her apartment. Salcedo began fighting with her female tenant allegedly pulling her hair and punching her.

On June 21 at about 5:55 p.m., someone called police to say that he was in front of in Port Jefferson when he was approached by a black man who asked him for a cigarette and a dollar. When he pulled out his wallet the man grabbed all of money, punched him in the head and ran away. He was treated at Mather Hospital for his injuries.

Jose Ottenwalder, 30, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested in Port Jefferson Station on June 22 at about and charged with criminal mischief, menacing and unlawful possession of marijuana. Police say that near Route 347 and Old Town Road Ottenwalder struck and smashed in the windshield of a Chevy Malibu. He also allegedly swung in an attempt to hit another man and was waving a wooden stick with a nail in it.

On June 22 a man reported to police at about 4:25 p.m. that an unknown black male assaulted him in front of the 7/11 in Port Jefferson Station. He said that he was punched several times in the head and face and then knocked down. The man was treated at Mather Hospital for minor bleeding and pain.

A woman called police on June 23 to report that she had been attacked by what she described as a group of three black men and a Hispanic woman on East Main Street at about 1:50 a.m. She said that she punched her in the face by a male and the female pulled her hair and threw her to the ground. Then she was kicked. The three men and woman fled the scene and no injuries were reported.

The manager of on Main Street in Port Jefferson reported that a about 2:15 a.m. on June 23 a short white man with a black eye and wearing a black polo shirt tossed the cash register from counter onto floor and then fled the restaurant.

On June 23 at about 5:45 p.m. someone called police to report that the right front door window in a 2006 Subaru was smashed at the Hess Mart on Route 112 in Port Jefferson Station.

Patricia June 27, 2012 at 04:19 AM
Its sad that PJS has fallen so much. This areas consistently getting dumped on with section 8 troublemakers. It gives visitors on the LIRR an impression that all of PJ is terrible.
Living in Brookhaven June 27, 2012 at 11:14 AM
Its not all of PJS. My area is very quiet. I agree though that upper port/PJS area needs more people to pay attention and look after it. As for the LIRR comment, go anywhere on the line and its traditional that wherever a station is, its usually the worst of the neighborhood. I personally blame the MTA.

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