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POLICE BLOTTER

The following incidents have been reported by the Nassau County Police Department’s Seventh and Eighth Precincts and other law enforcement agencies:

ARRESTS FOR TRESPASSING

One Amityville and five Massapequa youths were arrested and charged with criminal trespass in connection with an incident that occurred July 6, at 4 p.m. in Massapequa Park. According to detectives, police received a call about youths trespassing inside a professional building located at 1035 Park Boulevard. Detectives were able to obtain video from the owner and after an investigation the following defendants surrendered to the Seventh Precinct: Michael Drosihn, 19, of 319 Forest Ave., Massapequa, who was arrested on July 24 and arraigned at First District Court, Hempstead on the same day; Samuel Purish, 17, of 122 Biltmore Blvd., Massapequa, who was arrested July 25, and released on a Nassau County Desk Appearance Ticket, returnable to First District Court Aug. 8; Michael Kendrick, 17, of 128 1st Ave., Massapequa Park, who was arrested Aug. 18 and released on a Nassau County Desk Appearance Ticket, returnable to First District Court Sept. 3; Jonathan Jones, 16, of 4 Cedar St., Massapequa, who was arrested on Aug. 25and released on a Nassau County Desk Appearance Ticket, returnable to First District Court Sept. 10; Thomas Nicoletti, 16, of 201 Brendan Ave., Massapequa Park, who was arrested Sept. 1 and released on a Nassau County Desk Appearance Ticket, returnable to First District Court on Sept. 17, 2014; Antonio Halstead, 18, of 700 Broadway, Amityville, who was arrested Sept. 10 and released on a Nassau County Desk Appearance Ticket, returnable to First District Court Sept. 14.

The defendants are being charged with criminal trespass 3rd degree. Defendant Drosihn is also charged with criminal mischief 4th degree and criminal contempt 2nd degree from an unrelated incident. GRAND LARCENY

Massapequa Park: Police reported that sometime between 11 p.m., Sept. 1 and 7 a.m., Sept. 2 a person unknown to a Linden Street homeowner removed a snowblower from the backyard shed.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

North Massapequa: An unspecified make and model car parked on North Maple Street was vandalized Aug. 28 sometime between 6 a.m. and noon. The vandalism resulted in one broken window.

Police reported that on Aug. 30, sometime between 12:45 and 12:52 p.m., someone smashed the driver’s side window of a car parked on Hicksville Road.

Massapequa: Four tires were slashed on a car belonging to a Carmen Mill Road resident Aug. 30. The incident, which occurred in front of the vehicle owner’s residence, took place between 11 p.m., Aug. 29 and 7 a.m., Aug. 30.

Also during the overnight hours between Aug. 29 and 30 sometime slashed four tires of a car in a Carmen Mill Road driveway. Police, who suspect the same party or parties are responsible for both incidents, were notified of this case at 5 p.m. on Aug. 30

South Farmingdale: A sign outside a Merritts Road business was vandalized sometime between 11 p.m., Aug. 28 and 8 a.m., Aug. 29. ARRESTS

DWI: The following persons have been arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated or impaired: Daniel James Wolff, 22, of Massapequa; Anthony N. Zafar, 42, of New City; Tony DJesus Perez, 24, of Oceanside; Johnny Milien, 27, of Manhasset Hills; Ivan C. Gomez, 35, of Rosedale; Ashlee Tessono, 23, of Baldwin; Yesica Borja, 32, of Hicksville; Carlos Bigas, 31, of the Bronx; Thomas Holmes, 54, of Briarwood; Thomas F. Caliendo, 28, of Wantagh; Kena McMillan, 44, of Hempstead; Vanessa Ramirez, 22, of Freeport; Maria Flores, 45, of Bellrose; Vinesha Blackwell, 30, of Hempstead.

The charges against those arrested are allegations, and the cases are still pending in the courts. Individuals charged and whose names appear in this column may submit documentation to us at a later date that the charges have been dismissed or that they have been found innocent and we will include that information in this space in a timely manner.

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