Suffolk County police reported the following information:
Suffolk County police have arrested a man they say was driving while ability impaired by drugs with two prior arrests within the last 10 years.
Thomas Connolly, 41, of East Setauket, was arrested May 29 at 9 p.m. in Sound Beach. Police stopped him after he allegedly failed to maintain his lane of travel while driving eastbound on Lower Rocky Point Road. Connolly is charged with second-degree DWAI drugs, with two prior arrests.
Police also charged him with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, saying Connolly illegally had the drug Suboxone, an opioid drug used to treat opiate addiction. Police later found a hypodermic needle in his possession and charged him with possession of a hypodermic instrument. Connolly is set to appear in court June 20.
Brian Hutchings, 23, of Holbrook, was arrested in Commack June 8 and charged with petit larceny and fifth-degree possession of stolen property. Hutchings attempted to sell jewelry belonging to someone else without their permission, according to police reports.
Nicholas Didomenico, 22, of Commack, was arrested June 7 and charged with driving while intoxicated - first offense. Didomencio was driving down Jericho Turnpike in Smithtown when he failed to stay in the right lane, causing him to be charged with failure to stay his lane, according to police. Officers said they pulled Didomencio over, and upon talking to him realized he was intoxicated.
Barry Goldberg, 51, of Nesconset, was arrested in Smithtown on June 9 at 11:49 p.m. on first degree criminal contempt charges. Reports state Goldberg made threats to harm a man.
Scott Nichols, 37, of Central Islip, was arrested in Smithtown on June 3 at 8:30 a.m. on petty larceny charges. Reports state Nichols was arrested for an incident at Sears in the Smith Haven Mall on Mar. 17 for knowingly attempting to return stolen merchandise.
Kathleen Dibernardo, 45, of St. James, was arrested in St. James on June 8 on second degree aggravated harassment charges. Reports state Dibernardo called the resident at Clover Lane several times after being asked not to and made threats.