Cops: 3 arrested in Suffolk burglaries

From left, Mark Reiman, 28 of Central Islip,

From left, Mark Reiman, 28 of Central Islip, Heather Molinaro, 21 of Central Islip, and Emmett Williams, 27 of Middle Island, were arrested and later admitted to as many as 15 residential burglaries in Suffolk County in less than two months, Suffolk police said. (Sept. 12, 2012) Photo Credit: SCPD

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Three people were arrested and admitted to as many as 15 residential burglaries in Suffolk County in less than two months, Suffolk police said Wednesday.

Emmett Williams, 27, of 1402 Cobblestone Ct., Middle Island; Mark Reiman, 28, and Heather Molinaro, 21, his girlfriend, both of 215 Hawthorne Ave., Central Islip, were arrested, police said.

Fifth Precinct officers saw a car on Route 112 in Medford Tuesday morning that matched the description of a car seen in the vicinity of recent burglaries in Sayville and Holtsville, police said.

When the officers, Francis Munsch and Sean Neknez, stopped the car, they found drugs and jewelry in the vehicle, police said. Williams, Reiman and Molinaro, who were in the car, were arrested, officials said.

The three later admitted to burglaries that took place in Suffolk's First, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth police precincts between July 20 and Sept. 11, police said.

Williams was charged with 10 counts of second-degree burglary and criminal possession of marijuana.

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Reiman and Molinaro were both arrested and charged with 15 counts of second degree burglary, criminal possession of a weapon, two counts of seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of marijuana.

Police said additional charges are possible as the investigation continues.

All three were arraigned Wednesday at First District Court in Central Islip, police said. Reiman and Molinaro were ordered held on $100,000 bond or $50,000 cash bail. Details concerning Williams were not immediately available.

Anyone with information about the case in urged to anonymously call Crime Stoppers at 800-220-TIPS.

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