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Crime Report: Arrests, Incident at Movies

A blotter of the latest arrests and incidents in Farmingdale.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department, Nassau County Police Department, and New York State Police Troop L.  It does not indicate a conviction.

Arrests: 

  • Michael Salanitri, 49, of Bayshore, was arrested July 19 in Farmingdale. Reports indicate he had a warrant for his arrest.  Further details could not be provided. 
  • Andrew Postilio, 22, of Sayville, was arrested July 18 in Farmingdale. Reports indicate he had a warrant for his arrest.  Further details could not be provided. 
  • A 47-year-old Farmingdale man was arrested July 17 in Huntington Station and charged with DWAI. Reports state Fleckner allegedly operated a 2007 Nissan while intoxicated. Reports indicate the incident occurred at approximately 2 a.m. on East 12 St . in Huntington Station.    
  • Michael Langs, 41, of Wyandanch was arrested July 15 in Farmingdale. Reports indicate he had a warrant for his arrest.  Further details could not be provided. 
  • Jamar Ambrose, 30, was arrested July 15 in Farmingdale.  Reports indicate he had a warrant for his arrest.  Further details could not be provided. 
  • Akin Alphonso, 26, of North Amityville, was arrested July 15 in East Farmingdale and charged with second degree aggravated harassment. Reports indicate Alphonso allegedly threatened a customer representative at Citibank during a credit card issue.    
  • Donald Goehler, 42, of Deer Park, was arrested July 14 in Farmingdale. Reports indicate he had a warrant for his arrest.  Further details could not be provided. 
  • Alexander Wicker, 22, of Riverhead, was arrested July 14 in Farmingdale. Reports indicate he had a warrant for his arrest.  Further details could not be provided.
  • Keith Zaharia, 45, of North Babylon was arrested July 14 in Farmingdale and charged with lewdness and exposed-body in public. Reports state at approximately 11:30 p.m., police arrested a man for allegedly exposing and fondling himself in a public area outside the x.  Plain clothes police officers and female witnesses noticed the incident prior to his arrest.   
  • A 22-year-old Farmingdale resident was arrested July 13 in Copiague and charged with first offense DWI, and third degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Reports indicate the person allegedly operated an unknown vehicle on Brookside Ct., Copiague while intoxicated. Reports indicate he also had a suspended driver’s license.    
  • Bryan Jones, 29, of Wyandanch, was arrested July 11 in Farmingdale. Reports indicate he had a warrant for his arrest.  Further details could not be provided.   
  • Dashaun Bryant, 24, of Calverton, was arrested July 11 in Farmingdale. Reports indicate he had a warrant for his arrest.  Further details could not be provided. 
  • Edwin Jones, 28, of Yaphank, was arrested July 11 in Farmingdale. Reports indicate he had a warrant for his arrest.  Further details could not be provided. 

Incidents:

  • On Thursday, July 24 at approximately 11:30 p.m. police arrested a man for exposing and fondling himself in public outside of the Farmingdale Multiplex. The arrest occurred during the premiere of the . The incident was observed by plain clothes police officers and a female witness, according to the Suffolk County Police Department.

    “When the lady stopped me and told me what was going on, all I wanted to do was find the guy and get him off the streets,” Sal Figliuzzi, a security officer at the scene said. “So when I saw the guy driving, I stopped him and was able to grab him out of the vehicle and secure the scene until the Suffolk County
    Police Department arrived.”

    The accused is Keith Zaharia of North Babylon, age 45, and he is charged with lewdness and exposed body in public.

 

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