A total of 102 incidents were reported by Riverhead Town Police on Sept. 14, 2023. Among them:

10:08 a.m. Town Code Violation, West Main Street, Riverhead. A man was arrested for a town code violation and turned over to Suffolk County Police Department.

11:29 a.m. Stolen Vehicle, Rotkamp’s Farm, Sound Avenue Hollow. A 2001 Honda Rancher was reported stolen.

11:58 a.m. Larceny, Target, Old Country Road, Riverhead. A person was arrested for petit larceny.

12:27 p.m. Identity Theft, Golden Spruce Drive, Riverhead. An unknown person opened a bank account using the complainant’s information.

1:12 p.m. Criminal Mischief, TJ Maxx, Old Country Road, Riverhead. Incident documented.

1:56 p.m. Town Code Violation, Marcy Avenue & West Main Street, Riverhead. A town code violation was reported.

2:15 p.m. Larceny, Planet Fitness, Old Country Road, Riverhead. A larceny from a vehicle was reported.

2:28 p.m. Arrest, Riverhead Police Headquarters, Howell Avenue, Riverhead. A person was arrested without incident.

4:29 p.m. Town Code Violation, Grangebel Park, Peconic Avenue, Riverhead. A person was issued a summons for possessing an open alcoholic beverage in a public place.

5:58 p.m. Criminal Mischief, Little Flower, North Wading River Road, Wading River. A case of criminal mischief was reported.

9:28 p.m. Motor Vehicle Stop, East Main Street, Riverhead. A person was arrested on a DWI charge under Vehicle and Traffic Law 1192.2 charge.

9:51 p.m. Suspicious Person, East Main Street, Riverhead. A person was arrested on an arrest warrant and charges of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fourth degree. Evidence was recovered.

Editor’s note: This compilation of reported incidents does not include traffic stops, aided cases (ambulance calls), reports of suspicious persons/vehicles or other complaints determined by the responding officer to be unfounded or resolved prior to police arrival, automatic alarms resulting in no further police action, and miscellaneous service calls, including traffic light malfunctions, and noncriminal death investigations.

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