Police say they found a Nesconset woman drunk at the wheel with her 5-year-old twin daughters in the car Sunday morning.
Danielle Ferrante was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child after police say they found her sitting in a parked, running 2006 Mitsubishi in the parking lot of Shop Rite, located at 335 Route 347 in Hauppauge, at 1:40 a.m.
After interviewing Ferrante, police determined she was intoxicated. Ferrante had her 5-year-old daughters in the car with her, police said.
An ex-convict and Kings Park resident was
arrested on a handful of charges on March 14 after he reportedly stole a bottle of detergent from a Family Dollar store and proceeded to take someone's car to flee police.
According to Suffolk County Police, Sylvayne Sigmon, 43, stole from a store in Central Islip around 10:05 a.m. Police said he proceeded to drive a 2005 Kia Sedona – which he did not have permission to drive – eastbound on Cliff Street while a squad car attempted to pull him over.
Police said Sigmon was later pursued on foot and ran into a fence, breaking it, and through a rear yard on Earle Street around 11 a.m.
Police said a Brentwood man gave a police officer an ID not belonging to him during a traffic stop while driving a 1996 Saturn in Hauppauge on March 22 at 1:08 a.m.
According to police, Jorge Palomino, 32, was arrested on a charge of second-degree possession of a forged instrument, a felony; false personation, a misdemeanor; and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor.
A Huntington man recently pleaded not guilty to charges he practiced psychology without a license.
Adam M. Goldrusso, 46, also pleaded not guility to second-degree criminal sale of marijuana. The Suffolk County District Attorney's Office said that Goldrusso "did practice and held himself out to practice, psychology by identifying himself as a licensed psychologist and by engaging in counseling and/or psychotherapy."
It was not immediately known how many people he treated.
The unauthorized practice of a professional is a violation of state education law.
Both charges are felonies.
Goldrusso is due back in court May 10.
The practice and the marijuana sale of 390 grams of marijuana allegedly occurred at of 22 Gaines St., Huntington.
He previously was charged with issuing a bad check in July of last year in the amount of $2,670., the office said. He is also charged with forgery in the second degree for signing the name of the same woman on a check for $825.