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Crime Report: Three Arrested in Friendly's Parking Lot

The following arrest information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Maria Malizia, 25, of Mt. Sinai, was arrested March 15 in Mt. Sinai and charged with DWI-first offense. She was arrested at 25A and Hallock Ave in Mt. Sinai driving a 2010 Mercedes Benz.

John Bernard, 21, of Rocky Point, was arrested March 15 in Mt. Sinai and charged with DWI-first offense. He was arrested on 25A in Mt. Sinai after being stopped for not using directional signals when changing lanes, police said.

Mark Ostrowski, 55, of Mt. Sinai, was arrested March 15 in Mt. Sinai and charged with DWAI combined drugs and alcohol. He was arrested after weaving and crossing over the line while travelling northbound on Hamlet Drive, police said.

A 16-year-old, of Rocky Point, was arrested March 14 and charged with third degree assault with intent to cause physical injury. She allegedly punched a another girl in the head and face multiple times.

Tracy Young, 41, of Miller Place, was arrested March 11 in Rocky Point and charged with DWI. She was arrested at 25A and North Country Rd. after swerving and failing to maintain a proper lane, police said.

Christoper Sievers, 39, of Ridge, was arrested March 11 in Rocky Point and charged with DWI-first offense. Sievers was arrested on Hallock Landing Rd. after he was stopped for exceeding the speed limit, police said.

Thomas Andrews, 29, of Riverhead, was arrested March 11 in Rocky Point and charged with third degree assault with intent to cause physical injury. Andrews was arrested after allegedly punching another man in the face.

Three were arrested on March 11 in the parking lot of in Miller Place and charged with seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Bryan Day, 27, of Sound Beach, William Mackin, 34, of Ronkonkoma, and Michael Lorento, 33, of Ronkonkoma, were arrested for alleged illegal possession of prescription medication.

Just my opinion Rich! Being this is a local blog, and of course I am not saying DWI or DUI is by any means OK, but is it necessary to announce all this to the local public? The cost of DWI can be as high as $10,000, the loss of a job, jail time and really have a toll on ones life. Again by no means do I feel sorry for second time offenders or even first, but I don't think we should use this blog as a tool to humiliate local neighbors and in turn there families. The law will make them suffer more then enough.
Mish March 20, 2012 at 12:03 PM
Would you feel that way if one of those drunk drivers injured or killed someone in your family? I am all for it, as you can see there is A ALOT of it going on...THEY DRIVE AMONG US...AND MY KIDS!
Joe Joley March 21, 2012 at 12:05 AM
Hey Michele let me know if you've ever had a glass or two of wine then got behind the wheel, I'm sure you're a hypocrite so make sure you protect your children from yourself!
Kelly quinn March 24, 2012 at 01:12 AM
I think it should be posted as well. I totally agree with Michele-how awful to think they are driving on the roads wit us. And I have never had two (or one) glass of wine and gotten behind the wheel. You implying that everyone has done it before is exactly the reason people think nothing of drinking and driving.

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