Suffolk County Police said Tuesday they are investigating an armed robbery that took place March 9 at the 7-Eleven on Pond Path in Setauket. According to police, a black man described as six feet tall with a skinny build entered the store at approximately 3:40 a.m., displayed what appeared to be a handgun, took cash and fled the store southbound on Pond Path in a black Honda CR-V. Police said the thief was wearing a red hat, sunglasses, gloves, and a dark shirt and pants.
Nicholas DiMuzio, 20, of Stony Brook, was arrested March 8 and charged with second-degree burglary. Police say DiMuzio was involved in a Feb. 14 burglary on Buckhingham Meadow Road in East Setauket. DiMuzio was arrested in the parking lot of Walmart on Route 347 in East Setauket.
Mitchell Taylor, 18, of Rocky Point, was arrested March 5 on multiple charges. Taylor allegedly repeatedly called a male victim over the phone and screamed obscenities at him. According to police, he then told officers he was a different person in order to avoid being arrested on a warrant. Taylor was charged with second-degree aggravated harassment, second-degree criminal personation and resisting arrest.
Anthony Dambrosio, 31, is charged with leaving the scene of an accident with serious injuries related to an early morning accident on Montauk Highway on March 4. The crash seriously injured Douglas Piekarski, 46, of Sound Beach, who was driving a Newsday delivery truck when Dambrosio's Chevy Malibu slammed into the truck. Dambrosio's brother, Michael Dambrosio, 42, of Medford, was also arrested on charges of tampering with physical evidence and hindering prosecution.
An East Northport man killed his ex-girlfriend and mother of his child on Monday, before taking his own life in an apparent murder-suicide, police said. Authorities said James Schultz, 31, picked up his 13-month-old child from the house of Katherine Farrell, 23, of 3 Hill Road in St. James early Monday morning. That's when police said Schultz stabbed the baby's mother to death. To read more on this story .
Following an East End Drug Task Force investigation, a . According to Riverhead Police, Robert Trent, 22, of Riverhead, was arrested shortly after noon, and charged with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the first degree. It was the in the area within the past week.
Following Monday's arrest, Trent was remanded to Suffolk County Jail and is due back in court on Friday.
Two Riverhead men were arrested on March 3 after police said they were . Julian Wright, 38, and Terrance Latimore, 34, were arrested around 1:30 p.m. According to reports, police responded to a 911 call about people lying in the roadway. Upon police arrival, the two reportedly continued to lie and walk in the roadway.
According to police reports, an officer attempted to interview Wright and Latimore, but both showed signs of an "extreme altered mental status consistent with the use of phencyclidine." Both were arrested on charges of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree, loitering, and appearance in public under the influence of narcotics.
Riverhead Police , who was already facing new charges of burglary and petit larceny in Nassau County, for reportedly robbing a Wading River bank nearly a month ago.
Robert Fornal, 41, of Bethpage, is charged with robbery in the third degree, and according to police was arraigned in Riverhead Justice Court. He is due back in court on Thursday. Police reported that in Wading River and subsequently fled the scene of the crime.