Excerpts from the Riverhead Police Department press reports for Jan. 16- 22, 2019. Information provided by Riverhead Police and may not reflect all arrests by Riverhead Police or incidents occurring during this week. A criminal charge is an accusation. A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

Arrests

Lovely Wood, 34, no address reported, on an outstanding bench warrant on Jan. 9.

Salustio Dominguez-Morales, no age or address reported, on unspecified Vehicle and Traffic Law violations and an outstanding Southampton Village Court warrant on Jan. 9.

Sarbelio Juares, no age or address reported, for aggravated unlicensed operation in the second degree on Jan. 10

Alison Pfefferkorn, 36, no address reported, on an outstanding bench warrant on Railroad Avenue Jan. 12.

Andrea Griffin, no age or address reported, for petit larceny at Stop & Shop, Jan. 12.

Cesar Torres, 32, no address reported, for aggravated unlicensed operation in the second degree and other unspecified Vehicle and Traffic Law violations, on Griffing Avenue Jan. 12.

Shayolande Childress of Riverhead, no age reported, for harassment in the second degree following a domestic incident Jan. 14.

Tremel Kelly, no age or address reported, for criminal trespass, third degree and criminal mischief, third degree at 18 Wilson Avenue, Riverhead Jan. 15.

Nicholle Reynolds, 29, on multiple unspecified Vehicle and Traffic Law violations

Incidents
9 Jan 2019 Northville woman reported identity theft – personal information stolen via computer

10 Jan 2019 An unknown woman removed another woman’s backpack from Laundry Palace, 1217 Old Country Road, Riverhead.

13 Jan 2019 Unknown person(s) rummaged through four vehicles on Herod Point Road, Berry Lane and Maple Road in Wading River Jan 13

13 Jan. 2019 Reports of larceny from three vehicles on Maple Road and North Wading River Road in Wading River.

13 Jan 2019 An unknown person broke a basement window of a house on Oak Street in Wading River and then fled northbound onto the beach.

14 Jan 2019 A Calverton man reported an unknown person used his personal information to obtain a debit card in his name and removed $33,000 from his account.

14 Jan 2018 Two unknown women removed $600 worth of wallets and purses from Dooney and Bourke, 1770 W. Main St., Riverhead.

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