The Suffolk County police reported the following arrests:
David Valentine, 43, of Northport, was arrested June 21 in Commack and charged with driving while intoxicated - with a previous conviction in the last 10 years. Police said Valentine was driving northbound on the Sunken Meadow Parkway at roughly 3:05 a.m. when he stopped in the right lane, impeding traffic flow. Officers at the scene determined he was intoxicated.
Richard Reyes, 25, of Freeport, was arrested June 21 in Commack and charged with driving while intoxicated - first offense. Reyes was driving a 207 white BMW sedan westbound on Jericho Turnpike while allegedly going over the speed limit of 40 miles per hour and going through a red light, according to police reports.
Reia Sookhai, 38, of Brentwood, and Sampathia Rampersad, 64, of Brentwood, were arrested June 18 and each charged with one count of grand larceny, stealing property valued at more than $1,000. Police said Sookhai and Rampersad took numerous items from and left the store without paying for them.
Several residents awoke to smashed automobile windows and damaged cars last week as a rash of vandalism struck the area.
Police reports show eight cars had either their rear window or side mirrors smashed sometime during June 18 or 19. Three of the cars vandalized were on Lou Avenue. Other streets where parked cars received damage were 1st Avenue, Indian Head Road, Hilden Street, Fireplace Drive and Robin Lane.
According to the police, all of the cars damaged were parked in the street at the time of the incident.
Police are asking anyone with information on the incidents to call the fourth precinct at 631-854-8400.
Leonardo Luisi, 23, of Medford, was arrested on June 22 in Smithtown at 12:48 a.m. on first offense DWI charges. Reports state Luisi was arrested on Miller Road while driving a 2001 Saturn for driving at an unsafe speed through a parking lot, made a left turn against a posted sign, and drove through a steady red traffic light.
George Corona Luna, 42, of Selden, was arrested on June 21 in Village of the Branch at 3:12 a.m. on first offense DWI charges. Reports state Luna failed to maintain his designated traffic lane eastbound on Route 25 while operating a 2002 Chrysler minivan.
Jessica Guilfoyle, 21, of Smithtown, was arrested on June 21 in Smithtown at 6 p.m. on fifth degree criminal possession of stolen property charges. Reports state Guilfoyle was arrested on Maple Avenue while in possession of a Magellan Roadmate GPS unit that was reported stolen by its owner.
Mervin Sanchez, 47, of Medford, was arrested on June 21 in Smithtown on second degree coercion of physical injury charges. Reports state Sanchez was arrested for an incident that occurred on or about May 9 on Amsterdam Avenue at 6 p.m. where he threatened another person.
Michael Ringle, 31, of Brentwood, was arrested on June 20 in Smithtown at 2:55 a.m. on first offense DWI charges. Reports state Ringle failed to maintain his lane while driving a 2011 Hyundai westbound on Route 25.
Dulce Salcedo, 48, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested on Alden Lane in Port Jefferson Station on June 20 and charged with harassment. Police say that around 5 p.m. Salcedo tried to prevent her tenant from entering her apartment. Salcedo began fighting with the female tenant allegedly pulling her hair and punching her.
A woman called police on June 23 to report that she had been attacked by what she described as a group of three black men and a Hispanic woman on East Main Street at about 1:50 a.m. She said that she punched her in the face by a male and the female pulled her hair and threw her to the ground. Then she was kicked. The three men and woman fled the scene and no injuries were reported.
The manager of on Main Street in Port Jefferson reported that a about 2:15 a.m. on June 23 a short white man with a black eye and wearing a black polo shirt tossed the cash register from counter onto floor and then fled the restaurant.