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Crimes Nearby: Burglary at Stony Brook Eatery

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

Three Village

Suffolk County police are seeking an unknown person who broke into Jake Starr Café in Stony Brook and stole an empty cash register and an envelope containing cash.
According to a police report, a white male kicked in the door of the restaurant sometime between 11 p.m. on April 20 and 3 a.m. on April 21. Police said the burglar made away with $1,500 in cash.

Kevin Clasen, 32, of Selden, was arrested April 26 in South Setauket and charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. According to police, Clasen illegally possessed prescription medications in a vehicle at the corner of Chester Street and Bellewood Ave. in Setauket.

Commack

Kenneth Slizewski, of New York City, was arrested April 25 in Commack and charged with first-degree rape, fourth-degree grand larceny of stealing property from a person and resisting arrest. Police would not release further details to protect the victim.

Brian Dismisa, 23, of East Northport, was arrested April 25 and charged with petit larceny. Dimisa stole plumbing supplies from on Jericho Turnpike, according to police.

Denise Zartler, 34, of Hauppauge, was arrested April 22 and charged with driving while intoxicated - with a previous conviction within 10 years. Zartler was driving a gray 2006 Hundai westbound on Veterans Highway, according to police, when she swerved over the solid white line, failing to stay in her lane.

Emilio Boccardo, 36, of Huntington, was arrested April 23 in Commack and charged with petit larceny. Boccardo was arrested for allegedly stealing various items from Home Depot on Jericho Turnpike including a faucet and a bag of fertilizer, according to police reports.

Hauppauge

John Lagrega, 26, from Hauppauge was charged with petit larceny on April 25. Police said Lagrega stole a tool box from Mike’s Auto Parts on 3084 Jericho Turnpike in Elwood.

Frank Bonilla, 22, of Lake Grove was charged on April 26, with criminal sale of a contolled substance in Hauppauge. Police said Bonilla was charged with two counts of 2nd degree sale of a controlled substance and six charges of selling a controlled substance in the 3rd degree.

Chris Harbourn, 43, of Kings Park was charged  on April 21, with smoking marijuana in public view. Police said the incident occurred in Islandia.

Smithtown

Frank DiLuciano, 51, of St. James, was arrested in St. James on April 23 at 9:40 p.m. on first offense DWI, first offense leaving the scene of an accident with injuries and operator leaving the scene of an accident with property damage charges.

Reports state DiLuciano was in a 2009 Infiniti that was involved in two separate accidents on the same day. Police said DiLuciano was driving southbound on Lake Avenue north of Route 25 when he collided with a 2012 Volkswagen, causing injury to a passenger in the vehicle he struck, and then left the scene of the accident without exchanging information. Police said DiLuciano then struck another vehicle on Route 25 east of Astor Avenue, also leaving the scene. DiLuciano was arrested on Oak Street, according to police.

Domingos Salgado, 26, of Selden, was arrested in Smithtown on April 28 at 2:38 a.m. on first offense DWI charges. Reports state Salgado was found sleeping in a 2011 Volkswagen while the car was running.

Ashley Brown-Narkah, 20, of Smithtown, was arrested in Smithtown on April 24 at 10:20 p.m. on fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon and seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance charges. Reports state Brown-Narkah was in possession of a stun gun, marijuana and Methadone.

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