Northport Police Blotter: August 27-September 2

Northport Village police report the following:

ARRESTS:

8/27

VOORHEES, RICHARD,49; NORTHPORT
MAIN ST
The listed defendant responded to this department to surrender himself on an active warrant. See case for details.

8/29
DEGUIDO, NICOLAS,20; EAST NORTHPORT
GROVE ST
Responded to the incident location for a report of a domestic incident.

INCIDENTS:

8/27

STEERS BEACH, EATONS NECK RD
Responded to the incident location for a report of an injured deer. Upon arrival, the officer located the sick deer and euthanized it. Northport Highway Dept was on scene to dispose of the deer.

MAIN ST
While on patrol, the officer observed a dog locked in a car without the vehicle running or the windows open. The officer contacted the registered owner who stated his wife was driving the vehicle. TheĀ  spouse returned to the vehicle and was warned and admonished about leaving the dog in the vehicle.

LISA DR
Responded to the above location for the report of an unknown vehicle blocking the complainant’s driveway. Upon arrival the officer located the above vehicle partially blocking the driveway. Officer also located the vehicle’s keys within. Officer moved the vehicle from the driveway and secured the keys for safekeeping. Officer contacted the registered owner who stated her son had taken the vehicle to see a friend. Son contacted and keys returned.

8/28

TERRY RD
Responded to the incident location for the report of an abandoned 911 call. Upon arrival it was determined the residence’s grand daughter was playing with the phone and accidentally called.

BLUFF POINT RD
Complainant responded to Headquarters to report two fraudulent checks drawn on his corporation account. Complainant stated on August 27,2018 unknown person attempted to cash two checks. Bank of America did stop payment and there was no financial loss. Complainant wished a report for informational purposes.

MAIN ST
The aided was transported by Northport rescue to Huntington Hospital for a possible drug overdose.

8/29

HIGHLAND AVE
The above complainant responded to Northport Police headquarters to report that his 14 year old son was missing. On 08/29/2018 09:16 the subject was located in a cottage in the backyard of the residence.

OCEAN AVE
TheĀ  complainant responded to Northport Police headquarters to report that someone opened a credit card in her name and purchased two pairs of boots. The complainant wanted a police report for the credit card company. The complainant was provided with the appropriate information in reference to identity theft. Case referred to Detective Hayes for follow-up.

EATONS NECK RD
While on patrol, the officer observed several passersby tending to a deer that appeared to have been struck by a vehicle. The animal was severely injured therefore euthanized. Northport Highway did respond to remove the animal. No further action necessary.

PORT TO PORT WINES, FORT SALONGA RD
Responded to the above location regarding a report of a delivery vehicle which had struck the marquee sign of two businesses. Upon arrival, it appeared that the vehicle operator misjudged the height of said vehicle and damaged the signs of both the Asian takeout restaurant and Port to Port Wines. All parties were present and agreed to settle the cost of repairs amongst themselves but wished a report for informational purposes.

MUNICIPAL LOT #7, WOODSIDE AVE
Responded to the above location for a person sleeping in a vehicle. Upon arrival the individual stated he was on a lunch break and would be going back to work shortly. No further action needed.

WOLFIES CUSTARD SHOP, WOODBINE AVE
Responded to incident location on a report of a subject harassing customers and employees. The subject was advised to leave the area. The complainant signed a trespass affidavit. The subject was notified not to the enter the business or he would be arrested for trespass. No further police action required

8/30

PROSPECT AVE
A vehicle was repossessed from the above location. Officer verified VIN and a repossession entry was made into “E-Justice.”

DOLPHIN LN
Responded to the above location for an abandoned 911 call. Officer spoke with the resident who stated that he did not call 911 and there is possibly a problem with his phone line.

BAYVIEW AVE
Responded to the listed location for a unknown vehicle parked in a private driveway. Upon arrival the officer located the listed vehicle parked in the caller’s driveway. The listed caller was advised that since the vehicle is in a private driveway she must call her own tow to respond and remove the vehicle. No further police action necessary.

CVS PHARMACY, FORT SALONGA RD
Responded to the incident location to a report of two subjects shoplifting.

8/31

HOLLACHER DR
Responded to the incident location for a report of a raccoon in a pool. The officer removed the deceased raccoon from the pool and properly disposed it.

NORTHPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT, MAIN ST
Subject into headquarters to surrender several imitation weapons and knives that once belonged to her brother. The subject was unsure if the firearms were real or imitation. It was confirmed that all firearms were either CO2 activated or imitation. All property was vouchered and placed in the property room to be destroyed.

MAIN ST
Responded to the above location for a report of two males heard fighting. Upon arrival the officer located the listed person interviewed who was on the sidewalk arguing with someone on the phone. The person interviewed stated he would be more quiet while on the phone. No further police action necessary.

9/1

MARINERS LN
Responded to the above location for a report of loud music from the neighbors home. Officer spoke with the neighbor who agreed to turn the music down. No further action necessary.

MAIN ST
Officer responded to location regarding a report of a neighbor dispute. Complainant states that person interviewed would not wait while complainant was putting her dog in the passenger side of her motor vehicle. Complainant stated the other person started backing her car out. Complainant states this caused her to fall down. Complainant denied contact with the other vehicle and stated she just had surgery on her ankle limiting her mobility. Officer did speak with the other party who stated she was in her car not moving and the complainant threw herself on the ground yelling and stated “if you hit my kids with your car I’ll call the police’. No apparent criminality reported or observed. Complainant refused officer’s advice to have Northport Rescue respond to check her ankle. Both parties advised to avoid each other as best they can under the circumstances.

9/2

FORT SALONGA RD
Responded to the incident location for a report of a dispute. Upon arrival, it was determined the dispute was over an utility bill. Both parties were advised that this was civil in nature and would have be taken up in small claims court. Situation resolved. No further police action required.

VILLAGE DOCK, CONSTITUTION SQ
Responded to the incident location for a report of a dispute between a boater and the dock master. Officer spoke with both parties and it appeared to result from subject becoming upset and yelling at the dockmaster over being told he couldn’t stay at the 15 minute dock. Situation rectified prior to my arrival.

VILLAGE PARK, CONSTITUTION SQ
While on patrol, the above complainant flagged me down and stated that an unknown subject stole his large board electric skateboard. The complainant stated that he hid the skateboard in a bush by the gazebo and when complainant returned to get the skateboard it was gone. Estimated value 300 dollars. Case referred to Detective Hayes for follow-up.

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