The Suffolk County and New York State Police Department reported the following arrests:
William P Shine Jr. , 38, of Hauppauge, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated on June 15 at 3:32 a.m. Police said Shine was driving without headlights on Sunken Meadow Parkway in Commack and pulled over and found to be intoxicated.
Michael Castaldo, 31, of Nesconset, was arrested in Commack and charged with second-degree burglary of a dwelling on June 13. Police said Castaldo broke into a home on Chassyl Road in Commack at roughly 8 p.m. on June 13 by breaking the side window. He was confronted by the homeowner, who called police.
Dean Pagano, 49, of Huntington, was arrested in Commack and charged with petit larcency. Pagano entered a store on Jericho Turnpike and left with a Dewalt table saw without paying, according to police reports. He was stopped in the parking lot and police were called to the scene.
Ryan Keenan, 21, of St. James, was arrested on June 14 in Smithtown at 1:21 a.m. on first-offense DWI charges. Reports state Keenan was arrested on Woodlawn Avenue for driving at an excessive speed in a 2008 Lexus on Edgewood Avenue while intoxicated.
Kim Valli, 21, of Franklin Square, was arrested on June 14 in Smithtown at 1:44 a.m. on first-offense DWI charges. Reports state Valli failed to maintain a proper lane driving westbound on Route 25 by Caleb Smith State Park in a 2000 Taurus.
Lucas Godinho, 27, of Brentwood, was arrested on June 10 in Smithtown at 2:16 a.m. on DWAI alcohol charges. Reports state Godinho was driving southbound on Brooksite Drive in a 2005 Chrysler.
Michael Gingo, 23, of Kings Park, was charged with driving while intoxicated. Police said Gringo was driving a 2010 Nissan on Landing Avenue in Smithtown on June 13 at 1:15 when he failed to maintain his lane.
Prosecutors unveiled additional, upgraded charges and accusations against David Bradley, the Port Jefferson Station man and putting a 19-year-old man in handcuffs.
At his arraignment in Riverhead criminal court on Wednesday, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office said that Bradley had caught three other alleged victims in his spree of impersonations and fake arrests.