• Anthony Licausi, 27, of Farmingville, was arrested on Jan. 31 in Nesconset on a charge of third-degree grand larceny, a felony, and a charge of resisting arrest, a misdemeanor. Reports state at roughly 12 a.m. Licausi stole property of an unidentified person. The reports also state at 1:10 p.m. Licausi resisted arrest by pushing away from police officers to avoid being handcuffed.
• A 17-year-old Smithtown boy was arrested on Jan. 28 in Smithtown on a second-degree aggravated harassment charge, a misdemeanor. Reports state the boy texted threats to another man from his cell phone.
• Anthony Licausi, 27, of Farmingville, was arrested Jan. 31 in Nesconset on a charge of third-degree grand larceny, a felony, and a charge of resisting arrest, a misdemeanor. Reports state at roughly midnight Licausi stole property belonging to an unidentified person. Police also said that at 1:10 p.m. Licausi resisted arrest by pushing away from police officers to avoid being handcuffed.
• Suffolk Police are from Brotherhood Tattoos on Middle Country Road in Coram.
The two men smashed the front door of the tattoo parlor and unlawfully entered the building on Jan. 9 at 2 a.m., according to Police. Once inside, they stole tattoo equipment valued at $1,500.
• Two men from Centereach have each been sentenced to 3-1/2 years in prison for their roles in burglarizing and causing severe destruction to several homes on the north shore, including one in Miller Place, according to a report published Thursday in Newsday.
Maurice Jones, 20, and Sion Sosa, 19, were sentenced as part of a plea deal; Assistant District Attorney Erin Cho told Newsday her office had recommended five years. Two others were originally charged in the same burglaries – one of which caused a school lockdown in Three Village: Colleen Elam, 18, who recently pleaded guilty and was sentenced to five years' probation, and Darnell Lofton, 20, has yet to be tried.