• A Nesconset woman was arrested on two burglary charges this week, including stealing cash from a nearby house of worship.Suffolk County police arrested Marisa Chayet, 23, after she allegedly swiped cash from Chabad Torah Community Center in Lake Grove. Police did not indicate how much was stolen.
• A Hauppauge home was burglarized Aug. 12, according to police, who said that an intruder entered the residence on Executive Drive through a window. The homeowner reported to police that jewelry had been taken.• Gary DeAngelo, 21, of East Patchogue, was arrested in Hauppauge on a charge of grand larceny in the third degree, a felony. Police said that DeAngelo was working as a home improvement contractor when he took money for cabinets that he was supposed to order, but never did.
• A 17-year-old girl from Sound Beach was arrested Aug. 15 on Route 25A in Mt. Sinai and charged with DWI, a misdemeanor. Police said she did not move over or slow down for a passing emergency vehicle with lights on, and arrested her at 1:20 a.m.
• A man reported being punched in the face after a verbal argument with another man at the taxi stand at the Port Jefferson train station just before midnight on Aug. 11. The victim suffered an eye injury but refused medical attention.MILLER PLACE
• While a helicopter search for a man in the Rocky Point area proved unsuccessful on Sunday, Suffolk County Police eventually picked up a man wanted on a bench warrant who had fled police earlier in the day. One Patch reader had heard that there was an armed robbery at 7-Eleven, and while that's where the man was first spotted, no robbery was reported. As it happened, according to Suffolk Police, the man was spotted by an officer who knew that there was a warrant out for him, and fled once he was seen.