Police Nab 2 Bayport Men In Dunkin' Donuts Burglaries

Both are held on $20,000 bond and due back in court this week.

Two Bayport men are facing a slew of D and E felony charges for allegedly robbing the Dunkin' Donut locations in Blue Point and Sayville on seven different days between November 8 and December 16, according to Suffolk Police.

Daniel Noheyl, 23, and Steven Yeager, 26, were arrested on December 16.

Noheyl is charged with burglary at the Blue Point coffee shop on November 8, November 21, November 28, December 4, December 7 and the Sayville donuts shop on December 10 and December 16.

Yeager is charged with burglary at the Blue Point location on November 28 and December 4, and the Sayville location on December 10 and December 16.

Police say cash was taken in all the burglaries that occurred when the stores were closed, according to police.

Noheyl is being held on $20,000 bond/$10,000 cash bail and is due back in court on December 20. The two are also charged with misdemeanors for having burglary tools.

Yeager is held on the same bail conditions and is due back in court today.

Concerned Citizen December 19, 2013 at 01:17 PM
Soon they'll have a quickchek to rob 24 hours a day without leaving town!
Mike K December 19, 2013 at 02:22 PM
The Daniel kid worked at the one in Blue Point. I remember going in there and wondering why they hired a Heroin addict. Looks like the owners may regret it now.
Liz Belmont December 20, 2013 at 09:40 AM
Yeah, I always knew there was something not right with that Daniel kid.
Steve December 21, 2013 at 07:28 AM
Yeah….just think, he was handling food. That gives me the creeps.
Liz Belmont December 21, 2013 at 08:05 AM
Glad I only ordered coffee from him.
Steve December 21, 2013 at 08:25 AM
LOL ! Ditto
Patchogue Snoop December 22, 2013 at 07:05 AM
He is a kid addicted to Heroin. Our country and POTUS does nothing to stop the illegal flow of drugs across our open boarder to the south. They dance into our country without fear loaded to the gills with Heroin that is sold cheaper than a container of Chocolate Milk due to the fact it is so easy to bring it into the country and distribute in Suffolk county. Ever hear the million dollar babies making a Heroin bust???? Our children suffer due to Potus and his open border policy ignoring our immigration laws and under staffing the border patrol. Our kids are dying as a result. It is very sad. This kid is stealing not to buy material items he is stealing to buy drugs that his brain is telling him he needs to survive. Don't put him down, he is human. It seems our police force leader was more concerned with beating up kids who committed a petty crime than doing his job and fighting it. So sad.
Steve December 22, 2013 at 08:09 AM
Wah wah wah. Listen, a good portion of your post concerning the sad excuse for a president I agree with. But blaming him and the police commissioner for this kids problems? No, now I blame you because you are an enabler. So why don't you go visit this kid in jail, pay for his bail and then take him into your home and coddle him. Shape him into the man he needs to be. You seem to have all the answers and this is just a little bit more of the guidance you so very need to give this poor young man so that he has the chance that no one seems to have given him. It would be very Christian like of you to do this for him. Now with that being said, I do believe in second (third) chances for people. He will obtain his. Pleeeaassee, don't try to sell us on that its the police commissioner's job blah, blah, blah. That is when people stop listening to you. And you call this a petty crime? No fool, its a felony. Each and every time they b rome into the store(s) it was/is a felony. Serious crime ! Let him pay for his actions because how will he learn about consequences? After all we as a society would not be doing our jobs properly if we don't teach him about consequences. And lets ask the store owner(s) how they feel about losing money through burglaries, repairs to his store for what this drug abuser caused to the store. How about some sympathy for the store owner(s)? Thats who needs it. My mother and father both used to whoop my butt for getting out of line. Ar age 55 I am a fairly normal functional adult (lol) who does not blame my parents for a$$ whoopings for any of the problems in my life. No I blame myself. I was taught right from wrong and didn't get involved in drugs either. Please, my mom was worse than the Saddam regime ! You did a great job mom (now deceased) raising me ! Thanks for the whoopings, because I deserved them and learned from them.
Concerned Citizen December 22, 2013 at 08:40 AM
If anyone is to blame, I would put it on the parents of the kid. Too many parents are trying hard to be "friends" with their kids rather than be parents. I can't count the number of times my kids said "you can't tell me who to be friends with" when they were hanging out with the "wrong" kids. I would tell them "that's exactly why I'm here". Now that they've grown, they are happy I did it my way. The kids who take the wrong path all have one thing in common: parents who permitted it or were just too self absorbed to notice what their kids were doing. Sometimes the kids doing drugs & getting into trouble are hoping SOMEONE will notice and pay attention to them.
Steve December 22, 2013 at 09:06 AM
Much agreed. I thank you for standing up and being a good/responsible parent !


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