Crimes Nearby: 3 Teens Mug Pizza Man at Knife Point

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

The Suffolk County and New York State Police Department reported the following arrests.

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Colleen Dolan, 29, of Stony Brook, was arrested April 14 at Stony Brook University Medical Center and stands accused of acting in a manner that causes injury to children under age 17. According to reports, Dolan, who was intoxicated at the time she was arrested, was watching two one- and two-year-old children who were not her own at a home in St. James when she left them alone for more than three hours.

Gabriel Carson, 29, of Wading River, was arrested April 19 in Setauket and charged with disorderly conduct: obstructing traffic. According to reports, Carson was found standing in the median of Route 347 at Pond Path with a sign begging for money, causing vehicles to swerve to avoid him.

Cherylann Webster, 41, of Coram, was arrested April 18 in East Setauket and charged with petty larceny. According to reports, Webster allegedly stole merchandise and attempted to return it at on Nesconset Highway.

David Smith, 27, of Lake Grove, was arrested April 13 in Stony Brook and charged with first-offense DWI. According to reports, Smith was observed failing to maintain his lane on Route 25A at North Country Road at 3:43 a.m.

Andrew Morra, 32, of Stony Brook, was arrested April 15 in Holbrook and charged with first-offense DWI. According to reports, Morra was pulled over for speeding at 4:20 a.m. at Nicolls Road and CR-19, and was found to be intoxicated.

Suffolk County Police arrested three teens for allegedly mugging a Domino's pizza delivery driver at knifepoint on Sunday night and making off with his cash. Police said a Domino's delivery man brought an order of three pizzas to a Buxmont Lane home in Stony Brook around 9:00 p.m.

After he knocked on the front door, police said, he was grabbed from behind and thrown to the ground. Two more men - one of whom police said was armed with a knife - reportedly joined in and demanded the pizza man's money. He complied and the three men fled with the cash and pizzas, police said. Police arrested two of the men on Monday and one on Tuesday evening.

All three were charged with robbery in the first degree, a felony. Raymond Tomasicchio, 19, and Abhishek Sathiakumar, 17, both of Stony Brook, were arrested on Monday. Thomas Hynes, 18, of Coram, was arrested Tuesday.
Police said the pizza delivery man, working from, was unharmed during the incident.


Ryan Cierzniewski, 20, of Ronkonkoma, was charged on April 19 with petty larceny and grand larceny. Police said Cierzniewski stole a set of bleachers from a sports complex and sold it for scrap. Cierzniewski was charged with petty larceny for taking video games from a home on Smith Street in Lake Ronkonkoma.

John Aviles, 27, of Islandia, was charged on April 19 with the unauthorized use of a vehicle. Police said Aviles was stopped on Washington Avenue in Brentwood.

James Ditolla, 23, of Hauppauge, was charged with criminal possession of marijuana. Police said Ditolla was on Willow Street in Central Islip on April 17 when he was charged.


Frank Hughes III, 24, of Centereach, was arrested in Smithtown on April 18 at 12:55 a.m. on first offense DWI charges. Reports state Hughes was arrested at the corner of Plymouth Boulevard and Route 25 for an incident that took place at Caleb Smith State Park Preserve where he was operating at 2002 Mitsubishi while intoxicated.

Kristine Oddo, 42, of Huntington, was arrested in Smithtown on April 18 at 11:52 p.m. on first offense DWI charges. Reports state Oddo was arrested on West Main Street while driving a 2010 Mazda.

Lisa Macedonio, 34, of Hicksville, was arrested on April 17 in Smithtown at 11:30 p.m. on petit larceny charges. Reports state Macedonio was arrested at the fourth precinct in Smithtown for an incident that took place on Burton Lane in Commack where police say she took a male Chihuahua.


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