Nicholas Cunard, 43, of Setauket, was arrested Sept. 15 at a residence in Dix Hills and charged with practicing an unlicensed occupation. According to police, Cunard offered to install a new pool liner and pool cover through his business, The Liner Doctor Inc., without possessing a valid Suffolk County home improvement license.
Edward Fenster, 22, of Centereach, was arrested Sept. 18 in Stony Brook and charged with petty larceny and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, both misdemeanors. Police said they stopped him as he was driving eastbound on E. Loop Road in Stony Brook in a 2008 Mazda with two license suspensions. Police also said he stole a white iPhone 4 from another vehicle.
Three Commack residents went out to their cars on the morning of Sept. 21 to find their wheels were missing. Suffolk County police report a series of car tire thefts in Commack happened between 11:30 p.m. Sept. 20 to 7 a.m. on Sept. 21. Police are searching for witnesses or residents who might know anything about the following cases.
Police received a call from a Deepdale Drive homeowner reporting someone had stolen four tires off their 2008 Infiniti between 11:30 a.m. Sept. 20 to 7 a.m. Sept. 21.
A second resident at 33 Schuyler Drive in Commack called police on the morning of Sept. 21 reporting a theft had stolen four tires and rims off their 2012 Honda. There were no witnesses to the robbery, according to police.
A Rensselaer Drive resident called Suffolk County police on the morning of Sept. 21 when they discovered four tires and rims stolen off their 2013 Infiniti. The vehicle owner said the robbery had to have taken place between 3:30 a.m. - 5:30 a.m. on Sept. 21. Police said they were unable to find any witnesses.
Charles McLynch, 47, of Bay Shore, was arrested on Sept. 21 at 12:20 p.m. on fourth degree criminal mischief charges. Reports state McLynch was arrested at 727 Veterans Highway in Smithtown after taking a cellphone from a woman as she was attempting to call 911 and did not return the phone for two hours.
Abdulmacid Kesici, 20, of Sound Beach, was arrested Sept. 21 in Coram and charged with first offense DWI and criminal mischief with intent to damage property. While driving a 1997 Subaru northbound on Peacock Court, he allegedly struck a parked car and a home. He then allegedly punched the first floor window of the residence on Peacock Court.
A 17-year-old boy, of Miller Place, was arrested Sept. 20 in Miller Place and charged with fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuana. He was arrested on Memorial Drive at approximately 11 a.m., while driving a 2012 Dodge pick-up. He was stopped for a traffic violation and was found be in possession of a billy club and marijuana, according to police.
Only days after a high profile bust of an alleged house of prostitution in Riverhead, police arrested three Flanders women on Saturday on charges of prostitution. Members of the New York State Police Special Investigations Unit, State Police Troop L Riverside, and the Department of Homeland Security, with assistance from the Southampton Police Department, arrested three women in an alleged prostitution operation located at 424 Flanders Rd. in Flanders.
Mariluz Fonseca, 62, of 424 Flanders Rd. in Flanders was charged with promoting prostitution in the third degree, a felony. Milady Leclerc-Roman, 59, of the Bronx, was charged with prostitution, a misdemeanor. Belkis Serrano-Tejeda, 40 ,of 424 Flanders Rd. was also charged with prostitution.