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Crime Report: Hit-and-Run, Endangering Welfare

A blotter of the latest arrests and incidents in Farmingdale.

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

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Arrests

  • Libbe Okoli, of Whitestone, was arrested in Farmingdale on Feb. 3 and charged with DWI.
  • Elizabeth Fleurisma, of Deer Park, was arrested in Farmingdale on Feb. 2 and charged with grand larceny of property valued at more than $1,000.
  • Patrick Turk, of East Farmingdale, was arrested in East Farmingdale on Feb. 2 and charged with criminal obstruction of breathing.
  • Joel Parise, of Farmingdale, was arrested in West Babylon on Feb. 6 and charged with grand larceny in the third degree.
  • Jose Alvarez, of Farmingdale, was arrested in North Amityville on Feb. 5 and charged with criminal possession of marijuana.
  • Kevin Gipson, of East Farmingdale, was arrested in Ronkonkoma on Feb. 1 and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and loitering.

Incidents

  • On Feb. 10, police arrested a man that happened this week near
  • On Feb. 7, police arrested a Farmingdale babysitter for
  • On Feb. 5, police responded to a call on North Broadway near North Beech Street in North Massapequa in which the complainant was in a parking lot and saw someone hit his/her vehicle. Police said the complainant approached the person and asked him to pull over and when the complainant walked in front of suspect’s vehicle to get the plate number the person accelerated the vehicle striking the complainant.
  • On Feb. 3, police received reports that items were stolen from vehicles on Conklin Street, Alexandra Avenue and Route 110 in three seperate incidents.
  • On Feb. 2, police responded to a call that two employees pulled knives on Adams Blvd.

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