MILLER PLACE-ROCKY POINT
- Charles Killian of Mt. Sinai was arrested Oct. 5 in Rocky Point and charged with 3rd degree burglary – illegal entry with intent, a felony. Killian allegedly entered St. Anthony of Padua Church through an unlocked door and fled with property belonging to the church.
- Police arrested Keith Klouda, 37, of Miller Place, and Robert Marquette, 52, of Shoreham, on Oct. 5 and charged them with 4th degree conspiracy, a felony, after allegedly agreeing to sell drugs to an undisclosed buyer between May 5 and Oct. 3.
- On Oct. 1 at about 9 p.m. the landlord of a residence on Beach Street in Port Jefferson went to collect rent money from a tenant who would not pay it. The landlord reportedly threatened the tenant and punched the front door, causing a small dent.
- Luke Guggino, 22, of Coram was arrested at 9:45 p.m. on Oct. 2 in Port Jefferson Station and charged with robbery, a felony. Guggino was on Old Town Road, east of Boyle Road when he allegedly grabbed an iPhone from a man and threatened to kill him. According to court records Guggino is set to be arraigned on Oct. 10.
- Three men stole money and broke another person's cell phone somewhere on Route 112 near the 7-Eleven and Pax Christi at about 4:30 a.m. on Oct. 6, according to a police report.
- At 1:15 a.m. on Oct. 7, two white men wearing backpacks were spotted by police in St. Charles Hospital parking lot inserting unknown objects into a 1997 Infinity. The car had damage to the top of the doorframe. The suspects were not caught.
- Ricardo Guillaume, 24, of Ronkonkoma, was arrested in Smithtown on Oct. 5 on eight counts of first-degree robbery while displaying a firearm, a violent felony, and one count of resisting arrest, a misdemeanor. Reports state Guillaume displayed a weapon and demanded money from eight victims througout September.
- Brandon Fichtner, 22, of Nesconset, was arrested on Oct. 3 at 9:05 a.m. in Smithtown on second-degree burglary charges, a violent felony. Reports state entered a rear window of a home by removing a screen and took jewelry belonging to the homeowner.