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

Kevin McGreevy, 23, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested March 13 in Mt. Sinai and charged with first-degree operating a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs, a misdemeanor. Police say he was speeding on eastbound Route 25A at Hallock Rd. in Mt. Sinai at 11:40 when they pulled him over, and they said he was under the influence of drugs.

Amanda Brosnan, 21, of Mt. Sinai, was arrested March 15 in Coram and charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, for allegedly possessing prescription medication without a prescription.

Claude Staten Jr., 25, of Mt. Sinai, was arrested March 11 in Shirley and charged with third-degree insurance fraud, a felony, and third-degree making a false report, a misdemeanor. Police said Staten falsely reported to his insurance company that two doors on his 2011 Audi were stolen.

Michael Wisnieski, 26, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested March 10 in Port Jefferson Station and charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, a felony. Police said he took a credit card from someone else's vehicle sometime between Nov. 23 and Nov. 24 at a residence in Wading River.

Jose Villatoro, 24, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested March 13 in Selden and charged with second-degree criminal trespassing and petty larceny, both misdemeanors. Police said Villatoro entered a house on Jayne Boulevard. through an unlocked window and took a wallet containing cash and an ID card at approximately 2 a.m.

Thomas Spoltore, 22, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested March 10 in Patchogue and charged with DWI, a misdemeanor, and DWI with a prior conviction in 10 years, a felony. Police said they observed him making a left turn from a right-turn-only lane at North Ocean Ave. and Lake Rd. in Patchogue at 12:50 a.m., and said he was intoxicated.

Thomas Ordmandy, 49, of Wading River, was arrested March 10 in Port Jefferson and charged with DWI, a misdemeanor. Police pulled him over for speeding while he was driving southbound on Main Street at 3:40 a.m., and said he was intoxicated.

Ronald March 20, 2013 at 03:31 AM
Hispanic and Asian immigrants are just pouring in PJS.
Bill Lynch March 20, 2013 at 02:52 PM
Yeah but its 20-somethings of ALL races getting pulled over with drugs or or DWI. Ever week, everyday.
HERE FOR THE SAME REASON March 20, 2013 at 04:59 PM
That's this week, I don't know if you've been following this but DWI in our north shore area is a daily thing. 20's 30's 40's etc. The punishment is obviously not severe enough to get the point across. There should be a 1 year prison sentence mandatory for first offense and 5 year sentance if repeated within 10 years. Destroy there family's life before they get to destroy ours.
Tom bone March 20, 2013 at 05:17 PM
The police department comanding officer needs to be demoted ! Entering a home through a window , locked or unlocked to comitt a crime is a burglary , burglary is a Felony crime reported to the FBI crime index . We just got a new inspector for the sixth pct because they were doing this, looks like politics as usual. Don't blame the officers for commanding officers policy of downgrading burglarys.
Earl March 20, 2013 at 07:34 PM
Could not agree more! Now if the homeowner were to take care of this piece of garbage on their own that would end up being a felony of course. The criminals seem to get more rights than the law abiding citizens anymore! Any DWI should be a felonly as well, misdemeanor should never ever be a possibility.
Tom bone March 21, 2013 at 04:12 AM
The problem with the police department downgrading crime only hurts the whole community. Suppose the officers on the street actually catch this bad guy , he will only be processed for a misd trespass and petty larceny , now the Ada will plea bargain the lesser charge only to put the guy right back on the street to comitt more burglaries . This is very dangerous to everyone . Not only is the public at risk with more criminals on the street , so are the police with more bad guys on the street with reduced amount of cops on the force.

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