Reports from county or village police, June 6-12
A wallet was stolen from a gym bag at a soccer field on College Road on June 6.
A 20-year-old Lake Ronkonkoma man was arrested June 8 and charged with petty larceny. He is charged with stealing a pocketbook from a vehicle on Astro Court.
Three vehicles located at different addresses on Cassa Loop were burglarized, and property stolen between June 7 and June 8. The items reported taken included two Garmin GPS units, a stereo system, cash, a satellite radio, and a wallet.
An unknown person stole a large amount of toothbrushes from the Rite Aid store on Veterans Memorial Highway on June 7.
A customer reached over and grabbed money from the cash register of the Gulf gas station on Veterans Memorial Highway on June 8 after the clerk opened the drawer. The suspect fled the scene.
An unknown man walked into a Vision World store on East Main Street on June 9, took four pairs of designer eyeglasses and walked out without paying.
The rear window of a 2006 Infiniti on Sarah Drive was smashed June 8. Nothing was reported stolen.
Jeans and a shirt were discovered stolen June 6 from a vehicle parked in a Mills Path driveway.
An individual was closing Parsnip Pub on Smithtown Boulevard on June 9 when he was confronted by a man with a hammer. The intruder, who had entered the business through a back door, fled.
Five vehicles located at three different addresses on Pearl Street were broken into on June 8, and property was stolen. Items reported taken from the vehicles included an iPod, three GPS units, car keys and an audio CD.
Two wheelbarrows were discovered stolen June 7 from a storage building at J. F. Shiels Masonry on Easy Street.
A diamond bracelet was discovered stolen June 7 from an apartment on Bevelander Place.
Four tires were discovered slashed June 6 on a 2009 Honda parked in a Keystone Court driveway.
A pool pump was discovered stolen June 8 from a house on Lawrence Drive.
Various items, including a lawn mower, coffee machine, dishes, a cable box, an inflatable pool and money were discovered stolen June 6 from a house on Oak Avenue.
Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy and Ann Smukler