Suffolk County police reported the following information:
Ronald Lombardi, 21, of Kings Park, was arrested Nov. 9 in Hauppauge and charged with petit larceny. Lombardi allegedly sold a ring he was holding for someone to a pawn shop.
Natalie Cooper, of Kings Park, was arrested Nov. 5 in Kings Park and charged with driving while ability impaired by a combination of alcohol and drugs.
John Zieran, of Fort Salonga was arrested on Nov. 3 and charged with driving while intoxicated. According to police, Zieran was driving on Juliet Lane in Fort Salonga when he was pulled over for a traffic stop and charged with DWI.
Robert Niveyro, 40, of Center Moriches, was arrested Nov. 6 at Stony Brook University Medical Center after a police standoff in which he allegedly barricaded himself in a home in Center Moriches with his two children, ages 5 and 8, after a domestic dispute. He was charged with third degree assault with intent to cause physical injury and second degree obstruction of government administration.
Gonkeylah Yerry, 20, of West Shokan, NY, was arrested Nov. 6 at 1:55 a.m. at the intersection of Route 347 and Arrowhead Lane and charged with DWI and aggravated DWI.
Ryan Randazzo, 22, of Stony Brook, was arrested in Huntington Nov. 9 at 4:00 p.m. and charged with third degree criminal possession of stolen property greater than $3,000. He was allegedly selling stolen jewelry at a pawn shop.
Kevin Bohorquez, 18, of East Northport was arrested on Nov. 1 in East Northport on charges of third degree burglary, illegal entry with intent. Bohorquez allegedly broke into sometime between 5:15 p.m. Oct. 27 and 7 a.m. Oct 28 and took a laptop, external hard drive, and digital camera from the school.
A rash of vandalism and destruction is sweeping Huntington's parks. Ten recently planted trees were knocked over and three pulled out of the ground at on Saturday and both bathrooms at were vandalized with graffiti on Wednesday, Suffolk Police said Friday.
These were the latest incidents in a wanton campaign of destruction that began with damage to property in the men's bathroom of Heckscher Park on Oct. 14. The following day, similar damage was done to the men’s bathroom at Mill Dam Park in Halesite, and between the evening of Oct. 23 and the early morning of Oct. 24 someone vandalized both the men’s and women’s bathrooms as well as the playground at Wolf Hill Park. During the evening of Oct. 29 four sinks and toilets in the women’s restroom in Heckscher Park were damaged.