Compiled by Connor Beach
Unholy Robbery in East Northport
A 41-year-old Northport man was arrested Nov. 6 for stealing from St. Anthony of Padua Church at 20 Cheshire Place in East Northport, according to Suffolk police. The man stole a wallet with credit cards from the church office at around 7 p.m. on Oct. 12 and used the card to make purchases, police said. The man was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny.
Midnight Car Break-In In Melville
Overnight on Nov. 6, an unknown suspect stole credit cards from a car parked outside a residence on Dalewood Place in Melville, Suffolk police said. The suspect broke into the 2000 Infinity and stole a wallet containing several credit cards from the vehicle, according to police. The incident has been classified as fourth-degree grand larceny, and police are still searching for a suspect.
Reckless Driving in Huntington Station
At around 12:17 p.m. on Nov. 6, a man reported a 2006 Suzuki driving recklessly down West 13th Street in Huntington Station, according to Suffolk police. The male victim told police that the suspect attempted to hit him with the Suzuki while driving the car without due regard for public safety, police said. Police have classified the incident as second-degree reckless endangering, and no arrests have been made.
Video Games Grabbed From Huntington Station Home
An unknown suspect robbed a residence on East 2nd Street in Huntington Station at around 12 noon on Nov. 4, according to Suffolk police. The suspect entered the residence through a living room window and stole video games, police said. Police have classified the incident as second-degree burglary, and are still searching for the suspect.
Church Thief In Elwood
At around 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 4 an unknown subject broke into the Joshua Baptist Church on Broadway Avenue in Elwood, Suffolk police said. The suspect broke a window to enter the church and stole money and change, according to police. Police have classified the incident as third-degree robbery, and are still searching for a suspect.