3 Arrested at Deli in Huntington Station

Two employees and a customer were arrested Friday night during a compliance investigation at a Huntington Station deli that was the site of a stabbing Sunday night.

Suffolk police said that a State Liquor Authority check on Las Lajas Deli, at 156 Depot Road, led to the arrest of:

Carla Rodriguez-Romero, 42, of Huntington Station, an employee of the deli, was charged with Disorderly Premise, an unclassified misdemeanor and was issued four SLA citations.
• Shiloh Dixon, 45, of Hempstead, an employee of the deli, was charged with an active bench warrant.
• Jose Cante-Secaida, 46, of Huntington Station, a patron of the deli, was charged with an active bench warrant and Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance 7th Degree.

Second Precinct Crime Section officers along with Second Precinct Community Support Unit, Second Precinct Patrol officers, New York State Liquor Authority and the Town of Huntington Code Enforcement conducted an SLA Inspection at approximately 9:05 p.m.

The State Liquor Authority observed numerous violations and is conducting a further investigation into the establishment, along with the Town of Huntington Code Enforcement. As a result of the inspection, the establishment was closed for the night.

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