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The Suffolk County Police Department and other police and fire agencies have reported the following incidents:
Amityville: A Farmingdale resident reports the theft of landscaping equipment from a storage unit at 185 Sunrise Hwy, Omega Storage. That theft was reported at 8:20 p.m., May 13. The victim told police that he rented the unit May 9 and put equipment in it a day later. When he returned on the 13th, the equipment was missing. Reported stolen was a power washer and backpack blower valued at $1,150.
EMERGENCY AT NORTHEAST SCHOOL
Amityville: Shortly before 1 p.m., May 13, Amityville Police and rescue personnel rushed to the Northeast School at 450 County Line Road after receiving a call that a child there had an uncontrollable cough and could not breath. The child was rushed to St. Joseph’s Hospital for treatment.
DWI: The following subjects have been arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated/impaired: Katherine Willson, 62, of 87 Colchester Ave., East Hampton; Leslie Rizos, 49, 612 Bermuda Rd., West Babylon; Miguel Almonte, 22, of 1 Kenmore St., West Babylon; Andy Silva, 25, of 21 Hale St., Brentwood; Margarita Diamantis, 32, of Center Court, Bethpage; Jodi Dillmann, 41 of 31 Baltic Pl., Copiague; Dawn Scollo, 39, of 10th St., Babylon;
Robbery: Christopher Besser, 43, of 413 Teddy Pl., West Babylon;
Menacing: Victor Guzowski, 24, of Lindenhurst;
Criminal mischief: Erick Edwards, 21, of 59 Jefferson Ave., North Amityville; Andy Silva, 25, of 21 Hale St., Brentwood (also charged with unlawful possession of marijuana);
Petit larceny: Jorge Pascacio, 40, of 270 Vespucci Ave., Copiague; Kevin King, 36, of 37 Lucinda Dr., Babylon;
Grand larceny: Kimberly Sottile, 36, of Sayville;
Assault with weapon/ intent to do harm: Kalliopi Haralambidis, 24, of 214 Grand Ave., Lindenhurst; Louise Haralambidis, 25, of 214 Grand Ave., Lindenhurst.
The charges against those arrested are allegations, and the cases are still pending in the courts. Individuals charged and whose names appear in this column may submit documentation to us at a later date that the charges have been dismissed or that they have been found innocent and we will include that information in this space in a timely manner.