• Suffolk County Police are investigating an incident of graffiti, which occurred at the high school parking lot guard booth recently. Kings Park District Superintendent Susan Agruso said school employees discovered a swastika spray painted on the guard booth on the morning of Feb. 6. The district then contacted police to notify them of the incident, which is being investigated by the hate crimes unit. No arrests have been made and police are continuing to investigate the incident.
• A Commack driver was allegedly on drugs when she crossed over a double yellow line and crashed into oncoming traffic in Smithtown on Friday. According to police, Rachel Shavzin, 29, was driving a 2012 Honda Accord on Old Willets Path in Smithtown when she started driving on the opposite side of the road and crashed her vehicle into an oncoming car.
• Moussa Toure, 36, of Commack, was arrested Feb. 4 in Hauppauge on a charge of grand larceny in the third degree. Police said Toure stole an excess of $3,000 from Citibank by causing submission of fraudulent documents to secure business loans, and then defaulted on those loans.
• Police said Patrice Germain, 45, of Brentwood, was arrested in Smithtown on Feb. 14 after he chased another man, threatening him with a knife. Police also said Germain called the victim to make threats and threw a bowl against a wall, damaging property. He was charged with second-degree aggravated harassment, second-degree menacing, fourth-degree criminal mischief with intent to damage property, all of which are misdemeanors.
• According to police, Jose Fuentes, 35, of Smithtown, was arrested in Smithtown on Feb. 11 on a charge of assault with intent to cause physical injury with a weapon, a felony. Police said Fuentes attempted to injure a woman with a knife.
• Police arrested Nicole Caronia, 25, of Smithtown, on Feb. 13 in Smithtown after she allegedly stole cash and checks and used bank cards that did not belong to her. Caronia was arrested on a third-degree grand larceny charge, a felony.
• Linda Knox, 28, of Nesconset, was arrested after she left the scene of an accident in which there were damages done in front of 731 Route 347 in Nesconset without providing a driver’s license and insurance information on Feb. 16. She was charged with leaving the scene of an accident with property damage, a misdemeanor.