Crime Report: Trio Charged With Not Paying the Bill

The following arrest information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Suffolk County Police reported the following incidents and arrests:

Teresita Palenzuelacolon, 46, of Bayside, was charged with driving while intoxicated. Police said Palenzuelacolon was driving a 2008 Nissan pathfinder on March 4 at 3:35 p.m. on Route 25a when he crashed his car. Police then charged him with DWI.

Michael Cusano, 22, of Miller Place, Christina Covitt, 21, of Kings Park and Andrew Riedel, 18, who is undomicilied, were charged with not paying for food they had eaten at China Gourmet in Kings Park on March 4.

Police said Cusano was in possession of a hypodermic needle at the time of the arrest. Covitt, was also charged with criminal possession of a weapon and Riedel was charged with possession of marijuana, according to police.

Christopher Keilitz, 41, of Melville, was charged with driving while intoxicated. Police said Keilitz was driving a 2002 Ford S350 on Cypress and Tulip Road at 10 p.m. on March 4, when he was stopped and charged with DWI.

LCDR March 13, 2012 at 03:29 PM
No need to put the restaurant down.
Dan March 13, 2012 at 04:05 PM
@LCDR, good point. Save that for the parents of a deceased teen
LCDR March 13, 2012 at 04:13 PM
Good morning. And the driver, Dan, how goes his life?
kp March 21, 2012 at 06:02 AM
KP LIslander March 22, 2012 at 01:51 PM
No surprise there-they probably were on their way to/from the Psych Center. After all, no better place to freely buy, sell and/or take drugs when all they need to do is continue what they're already doing when they park on a nearby side street & go into one of the Psych Center bldgs that they know the NYS OMH, PRHP or Suffolk police do not wish to to go in. And these addicts do so w/o fear of getting caught when they exit since they know the police are not going sit & wait for them to exit the grounds. And yet, despite having called the cops many times & also told county/state legislators about this, nobody feels as though this is big enough of a problem to do anything about in a realistic fashion other than to just wrongfully choose to rely on homeowners to be erroneously expected to always keep calling the cops when people park their cars on public roads in front of their homes with the intention of trespassing on the Psych Center grounds after dark. Sometimes when they come back to their cars, they don't have any consideration by talking loudly at 1-3 AM (waking up the dog who then barks & wakes up the kids), or they discard their trash along the curb, which the town then doesn't feel compelled to clean up, as if it is somehow supposed to be considered the homeowners responsibility to clean up other people's crap, when in fact the contrary is true. That's why I rightfully just kick it out back into the street. Yeah-Great quality of life that I pay such high taxes for!


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