Here’s a look at our top crime stories of the week in and around your town.
Sayville-BayportPolice Nab Thief During West Sayville Museum's Seafood Festival
Police have nabbed a thief they say hit numerous vehicles parked in West Sayville, as well as Bayport and Sayville, during the second day of the annual Long Island Maritime Seafood festival this past weekend.
Nicholas Montalbano, 20, of East Islip, was arrested Sunday for reportedly attempting to break into vehicles by Seventh Precinct Community Oriented Police Enforcement Officer James O’Callaghan at around 5 p.m. in the West Sayville Fire Department parking lot.
Police: Blue Point Man Facing Public Lewd Act Charges
A 20-year-old Blue Point man is being charged with public lewdness after exposing himself to women and motorists in July and August, according to Suffolk Police.
The New York State Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding a woman who has been using a stolen identity and credit cards to make purchases on Long Island.
According to the police, the woman in question, described as Hispanic, used stolen debit card information from a victim who lives in Garden City.
A man was stabbed multiple times on North Wellwood Avenue in Lindenhurst near the Brewhaus Pub and Nick's Smoke Shop on early Monday morning, police said.
According to the Suffolk County Police Department, Lindenhurst residents Dale Campiglia, 47, and Robert St. John, 25, were involved in an altercation in the street in front of 111 North Wellwood Avenue when Campiglia reportedly stabbed St. John multiple times.