Crimes Nearby: Two Men Accused in a String of Burglaries

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

Sound Beach

Two men were arrested on Sept. 7 after allegedly working in concert on several burglaries in Sound Beach, Rocky Point, Mt. Sinai, Centereach, Selden and Mastic Beach.

William Smith, 30, of Rocky Point was charged with six counts of second-degree burglary and Jeremy Sunderland, 26, of Centereach was charged with seven counts.

Smith and Sunderland allegedly took jewelry from a home in Centereach and broke into homes on Mahogany Road and Water Road in Rocky Point, police said. Smith and Sunderland were also allegedly involved in other incidents in Sound Beach, Centereach and Mastic Beach, and Sunderland in Mt. Sinai and Selden.

The break-ins took place between Aug. 24 and Sept. 4, according to police.

Mount Sinai

Adam Zickmund, 34, of Mt. Sinai, was arrested Sept. 3 in Mt. Sinai and charged with third degree burglary and possession of burglary tools. Zickmund is alleged to have knowingly entered and remained in a building on Mount Sinai Ave.

Rocky Point

Dennis Miklas, 30, and Christopher Miklas, 45, were arrested Sept. 2 and charged with third degree assault after they both allegedly punched and kicked another person, sending the victim to the hospital. The incident took place on King Road in Rocky Point.


Cynthia Herrmann, 44, of Setauket, was arrested Sept. 3 in Holtsville and charged with third-degree criminal mischief and fourth-degree grand larceny. Herrmann allegedly entered a hotel room at a hotel in Holtsville on the afternoon of Sept. 3 and intentionally broke a lamp, a TV, and a fireplace screen, and also scratched a 2012 BMW parked in the parking lot. Police said she also stole a wallet from someone she knew at that time.


Michael Halama, 40, of Bellmore, was arrested in Smithtown on Sept. 7 on third degree grand larceny charges. Reports state Halama tampered with an LIPA electric meter on Webster Avenue, stealing electricity valued at more than $3,000 from June 11, 2008 to April 6, 2010.

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