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Weekly Police Blotter from Suffolk County's Second Precinct

Burglary, impersonation, domestic violence and marijuanna posession and more took place in Huntington since Feb. 4.

Compiled from police reports.

Thursday, Feb. 11: Stephen Coyne and John Wallace, both of Huntingotn, were arrested in Huntingotn for possession of marijuana.

Wednesday, Feb. 10: Levar Butts from Huntington Station was arrested for false impersonation.

James Kenneth Smith from Huntington was arrested in Huntington for leaving the scene of a January 28 accident, first offense. He is due back in Suffolk County First District Court April 8, 2010.

Tuesday, Feb. 9:
Carolina Sanchez from Huntington Station was arrested in Huntington for criminal mischief, third degree, involving property in an amount exceeding $250 for a December 4, 2009 incident. She is due back in Suffolk County First District Court April 7, 2010.

Kenny Michel from Huntington was arrested in Huntington for grand larceny in the fourth degree, credit card theft.

Monday, Feb. 8: Carlos Alvarado of Farmingdale was arrested in Huntington for stalking, fourth degree,  at victim's place of employment following a Feb. 3, 2010 incident.  Alvarado is due back in Suffolk County First District Court March 5.

Allek Hendrickson from Huntington Station was arrested in Huntington o4:04 Monday for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, first offense. He has retained private attorney John Shea of Woodbury Road in Huntington. Hendrickson is due back in Suffolk County First District Court March 10.

Stanley Lubin from Huntington Station was arrested on three counts of burglary, illegal entry of a dwelling in the second degree in Huntington for an incident that allegedly took place Nov. 29, 2009. Lubin was also charged with one count of operating a motor vehicle without brake light and operating a motor vehicle without a license. He was arraigned in front of Judge Paul Hensley who set bone at $50,000 or cash at $25,000, neither of which were posted. He was appointed an attorney from Legal Aid. Lubin is due back in Suffolk County First District Court Feb. 22.

Barry Schulman from Ronkonkoma was arrested Sunday, Feb. 6 at 4:46 p.m. in Huntington for aggravated harassment in the second degree using a telephone. Case was adjourned following the issuance of a temporary order of protection by Judge Chris Kelley.  He was released on his own recognizance. Schulman is due back in Suffolk County First District Court March 4.

Friday, Feb. 5: Marco Palencia from Kew Gardens was arrested in Huntington for one count, illegal entry of a dwelling, burglary in the second degree, a felony, criminal possession of a  firearm/weapon, and one count of criminal mischief in the third degree, damage of property with value exceeding the amount of $250.  He was arraigned in front of Judge Paul Hensley on the felony charges and in front of Judge Chris Kelley on the domestic violence incident. A temporary order of protection was issued. Bond was set at $8,000 or $4,000 cash. It was not posted. Palencia retained private attorney Harrison Edwards of Freeport. He is due back in Suffolk County First District Court April 13.

Thursday, Feb. 4: Carine Garjian from Huntington Station was arrested in Huntington for one count of harassment, 2nd degree:physical contact. The defendant was arraigned before Judge T. Bean, who issued a temporary restraining order against Garjian who was released on her own recognizance and is due back in court March 3.

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