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Crime Report: Retro Fitness Dispute

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.

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Arrests

  • Barbara Catania, of Farmingdale, was arrested in Farmingdale on March 3 and charged with aggravated harassment. 
  • Mark Dimeo, of Littleneck, was arrested in Farmingdale on March 6 and charged with revocation of presumptive release.
  • James Johnson, of Brentwood, was arrested in Farmingdale on March 6 and charged with revocation of presumptive release.

Incidents

  • Police said that a resident reported that sometime between March 4 and 5 all four of his vehicle tires were punctured on North Pine Street in North Massapequa.
  • Police responded to a situation at on Route 109 in which clients got into a verbal dispute that resulted into one client repeatedly slamming a door into a wall causing a hole. It occurred at 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 29. There were no arrests.
  • Police made an arrest last week in connection with a  that seriously injured a police officer. Police , 23, of Amityville, after a three-month investigation by a task force of homicide detectives, the Crimes Against Property Squad, the Seventh Precinct and the public

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