Reports from county or village police, Feb 28-March 6
A 23-year-old man was arrested March 2 on Main Road on charges of endangering the welfare of a child and harassment.
A football sign at Station and Beaverdam roads was broken in half
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Middle Road on March 5.
Several vehicles were burglarized March 4 while parked behind a locked and gated area at Miller Environmental Group on Edwards Avenue.
A Motorola RAZR cell phone was stolen from Toms County Automotive on Middle Country Road on March 2.
On March 5, police received a call regarding an unruly customer in the CVS Pharmacy on Pantigo Road. Upon arrival, they were informed that the customer had punched and cracked the glass door. No charges were filed.
A trailer on Ruxton Road was burglarized March 2. A lock had been cut and tools valued at more than $4,000 were stolen.
Copper gutter down spouts, valued at more than $1,000, were discovered stolen from a residence on Highway Behind the Pond on March 2.
On March 6, a Southampton individual, 18, was arrested on Highway Behind the Pond for criminal possession of stolen property and petit larceny.
A garbage truck needed to be towed after sliding off Laurel Lane and into a Schmitt farm field on Feb. 26.
A mini bike, valued at $99, was stolen from a Manor Lane backyard on March 5 and later recovered in a nearby pond.
A Peconic Bay Boulevard residence was burglarized March 1.
Building materials were discovered missing March 2 from the Manorville fire department's fenced-in lot at Country Road 111 and Halsey Manor Road. The fence's lock had been cut to gain entry.
A GPS unit and a sports equipment bag were discovered stolen Feb. 28 from an unlocked vehicle on Harlem Avenue.
A digital camera was stolen from a vehicle on Olympic Avenue on Feb. 28.
Four females allegedly stole about $600 worth of merchandise from Coach Factory on West Main Street on March 6.
A window was broken March 6 at Riverhead International Calling Center on West Main Street; phone cards were stolen.
A small bag of marijuana was found March 3 at Riverhead High School on Harrison Avenue.
A 20-year-old man was arrested at police headquarters March 2 and charged with unlawfully dealing with a child, endangering the welfare of a child and sexual misconduct following an incident that occurred on Feb. 18.
The Riverhead United Methodist Church on East Main Street was broken into March 2. No loss was reported.
A residential mail box on Ridge Road was damaged Feb. 28.
A 43-year-old man was arrested March 6 and charged with two counts of issuing a bad check.
A Hampton Bays man, 59, was arrested on Canoe Place Road Feb. 28 for allegedly driving while intoxicated, driving with a suspended registration and driving without insurance.
A Southampton woman, 31, was arrested March 1 and accused of grand larceny after an investigation during the months of January and February. She allegedly used her employer's checking account information to make unauthorized online payments to her own accounts. She also charged more than $2,600 at retail stores using the victim's debit card, police said.
A Hampton Bays man, 28, was arrested March 2 for allegedly driving with a suspended license and a suspended registration. He was also accused of driving an unlicensed motor vehicle. His vehicle was impounded.
Copper piping was stolen March 5 from North Wading River Road.
A suspicious vehicle was reported March 3 at Coldwell Banker on Route 25A.
A suspicious vehicle was reported March 1 on Farm Road East.
Unknown individuals were reported riding all-terrain vehicles on Canterbury Court on Feb. 28.
A man was observed stealing a pack of bologna from the 7-Eleven on Route 25 March 1 and fleeing the scene in a blue minivan.
A woman stole merchandise from a GNC store on Nesconset Highway on March 1.
The rear passenger window of a 2010 Jeep Liberty was smashed March 2 while parked in a restaurant lot on Furrows Road. A camera and clothing were stolen.
Scratches were found on a 2005 Jeep Cherokee on Ashland Court on Feb. 28.
A debit card and a pocket knife were stolen from a 2006 Saturn parked on Ashland Court Feb. 28.
Compiled by Mary Beth Foley
and Sabrina Monroe