Blotting: Riverhead police indict four in juvenile alcoholism investigation
The COPE Division of Riverhead Police, in cooperation with the Riverhead Community Outreach Program, found employees at four locations selling alcohol to a minor. The following people have been charged with dealing illegally with a child in the first degree.
Diony Castillo, 27, employee of Riverhead Supermarket and Deli, 945 West Main St., Riverhead.
Can Aydoner, 41, American Gas employee, 1427 Main Road, Jamesport.
Harmanbir Sing, 29, employee at Bolla Market, 3705 Middle Country Road, Calverton.
Briana Cleasby, 24, Lidl employee, 1151 Old Country Road, Riverhead.
Five additional stores were found to be compliant.
• A woman from Riverhead was seriously injured in an early morning crash involving a suspected drunk driver, Suffolk County Police said.
The crash, which claimed the life of a Central Islip man, occurred on the eastbound Sunrise Freeway near Exit 50 in Sayville shortly before 12:30 a.m. last Wednesday, police said.
Police identified Riverhead’s wife as Lisa Hynds, 42, a passenger in the vehicle driven by Miguel Berdecia, 46, who was killed.
Police charged Daniel Lazzaro, 37, of Centereach with drunk driving in the chain accident.
Mr Berdecia was pronounced dead at the scene by a medical assistant from the county medical examiner’s office. Ms Hynds was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital in critical condition. Mr. Lazzaro was rushed to Long Island Community Hospital in East Patchogue for treatment of non-life threatening injuries, police said.
Southampton Police arrested Alexander Barrosbacuilima, 22, in Riverhead for drunk driving on Monday.
The Hampton Bays resident had struck a utility pole, according to an incident report, which notes his eyes were glassy and bloodshot, his breath smelled strongly of alcohol and he performed poorly on field sobriety tests.
Mr. Barrosbacuilima was taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center, where he was arrested. After being released from the hospital, he was transported to police headquarters for treatment. Mr Barrosbacuilima was charged with driving a motor vehicle without an inspection ticket and his first DWI.
• Police arrested Michael Gilbert, 27, of Riverhead in Riverside on September 3 for driving with a suspended driver’s license after being involved in a car accident.
Mr. Gilbert’s license had been suspended for failure to pay fines or respond to a summons. He received uniform traffic tickets and was released into the field.
• A Flemish woman almost got ripped off over $ 1,000 last week, according to an incident report.
She called the police on September 6 to report a theft, claiming she had been contacted the day before by an unknown person on Facebook Messenger who told her he would help her get a $ 30,000 grant from the bank. world for home improvement. He said the application fee was $ 1,000. So the caller bought two $ 500 Vanilla Visa gift cards and shared her contact details with an unknown man who contacted her, claiming to be a PayPal supervisor.
The assessor contacted Visa and PayPal, who halted card transactions. Visa advised the victim to contact the company within a week to obtain new cards to access the original $ 1,000. Visa and PayPal are planning to further investigate the fraud.
• A man reported to the police that a large sum of money was missing in Flanders last Wednesday.
The caller said his mother kept $ 9,000 for him in his room and that “a large part” was missing in the past two days, according to a police report. The family agreed to enter into a civil agreement to collectively reimburse the appellant.
• Jesus Gastaliturri, 27, from Southold was arrested at a traffic stop in Hampton Bays last Monday, where police discovered he had an active arrest warrant from Southampton court.
Mr Gastaliturri had not appeared in court in February 2019, according to an incident report. He was arrested and transported to police headquarters for treatment, where he was remanded in custody.
• Police responded to a call about a potentially stolen vehicle in Flanders on Monday.
The appellant testified that his friend parked his vehicle while he was away and it was not where he was supposed to be. Upon calling his friend, he learned that the vehicle had been moved. No further action was taken.
• Art Aguiliarurban, 44, from Flanders was arrested in Flanders on Monday after being arrested for not keeping his lane and making an inappropriate right turn.
A DMV check showed that his license had been suspended for non-payment of the driver’s liability assessment fee. He was released to the field with uniform traffic tickets and will appear in court.
• Police arrested Antoine Thomas, 32, of New York City for stealing a pack of cigarettes from a gas station in Riverside last Monday. He was taken to police headquarters for treatment and released on an appearance ticket for a future court date.
• Police arrested Christian Estrada, 27, from Flanders for driving with a revoked license on 3 September. He was treated and released to the field with a uniform traffic ticket.
• Erwin Velezsinay, 38, from Flanders was charged with overt drinking in Flanders on Saturday. He was arrested and released on the ground to appear in court at a later date.
The individuals named in the police reports have not been convicted of any felony or offense. The charges against them may subsequently be reduced or withdrawn, or they may be declared innocent.