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

The Suffolk County Police Department reported these arrests and incidents.

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John Maggio, 20, of Stony Brook, was arrested May 8 in Setauket and charged with second-degree burglary. Maggio allegedly entered a home on Balin Avenue in Centereach and stole property.

Christopher O'Rourke, 25, of West Islip, was arrested May 11 in Stony Brook and charged with DWI with previous conviction in 10 years. Police stopped O'Rourke after he ran a red light at the intersection of N. Country Road and Route 25A, and was allegedly found to be intoxicated.

Jerrod Lafonte, 26, of Stony Brook, was arrested May 8 in East Setauket and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance. Police stopped him at a business located at 5000 Nesconset Highway in East Setauket and allegedly found heroin in his car.


Cathi Cavalieri, 38,  from Hauppauge, was charged on May 10 with possession of and using a controlled substance. Police said Cavalieri was at Birch Avenue and Iris Lane in Bay Shore at the time of the arrest.

Keith Bertolini, 41, of Hauppauge, was charged with petit larceny on May 8. Police said Bertolini took an undisclosed amount of cash from the safe at Pep Boys in Selden.

Joshua Laverdi, 31, of Hauppauge, was charged on May 7 with possession of marijuana. Police said Laverdi was in Bohemia on Lakeland Avenue at the time of the arrest.

Kyle Petrano, 22, of Hauppauge, was charged with reckless endangerment on May 6. Police said Petrano was driving west on Montauk Highway in Blue Point when a woman on a motorcycle attempted to exit and Petrano accelerated and caused the motorcycle to be dragged with the car. According to police, the driver of the motorcycle was treated for minor scrapes and abrasions.


Police responded to the complaint of a loud party on Woodhull Court around 2 a.m. on May 6. The partiers agreed to take it inside.

Someone complained of people "playing the bongos for 45 minutes" at a Main Street location around 2 a.m. on May 6. The Northport police officer saw them playing both guitars and bongos at location with an open guitar case soliciting funds for their music and told them to leave.


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