• Suffolk County homicide detectives arrested Guillermo Alfonso Alvarado-Ajcuc, age 21, of Riverhead for the Arrested on Wednesday, Alvarado-Ajcuc was charged with one count of murder in the second degree. He was held overnight at the Riverhead Police Department and will be arraigned Thursday at Riverhead Town Court.
• Tomas Jonas Lopez-Giron, 35, of Riverhead was charged with second-degree attempted assault, second-degree menacing and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon on May 9 at 8:40 a.m., after police responded to a report of a dispute at an East Marion jobsite, police said. A cement truck driver told police that a Riverhead contractor, later identified as Lopez-Giron, first threatened him with a hammer and then came at him with a machete, police said. Although the victim did not receive any injuries, the machete did cut through his jacket and left marks on his arm, police said.
• Gilberto Martir, 52, of Rocky Point, was arrested May 7 in Rocky Point and charged with petty larceny. Martir allegedly stole a hair product from the in Rocky Point.
• Richard Wersan, 24, of Mt. Sinai, was arrested May 10 in Mt. Sinai and charged with second-degree burglary. Wersan allegedly broke into a home and stole cash. Police said Wersan used a ladder, climbed onto the roof, cut a screen in the master bedroom bathroom and entered the house.
• A 16-year-old boy, of Port Jefferson Station, was arrested May 12 in Mt. Sinai and charged with assault with intent to cause physical injury with a weapon. The teen allegedly threw glass at another person, hitting the victim in the neck and causing lacerations that needed stitches.
• New York State Police are reporting that they charged an East Hampton man with DWI and various traffic violations after they say he tried to leave the scene of an accident on Sunrise Highway near the Flanders Road exit.
Police said that after they were flagged down by a motorist involved in a crash, Julio Parapi, 32, tried to drive off when officers attempted to stop him. Police said Parapi "stumbled out of his car."
• On May 11, Bryce Danowski, 18, of Flanders, was charged with third-degree criminal mischief, a class-E felony, after police reported that on West Montauk Highway at 10:46 p.m. He was transported to police headquarters in Hampton Bays and processed for arraignment the following day.
• A Bridgehampton man is accused of stealing a car that had belonged to an elderly woman who recently died, and selling it to an unwitting third-party. detectives said 47-year-old Bronte O'Neil was an acquaintance of the woman, whose 2010 Honda Accord was reported stolen from Shinnecock Hills Road West on April 15. Several weeks of investigation revealed that O'Neil sold the car, according to police. He reportedly received $5,400. O'Neil was arrested the evening of May 12 at police headquarters in Hampton Bays and charged with grand larceny in the third degree, a class-D felony. Police said he was held overnight then brought to for arraignment and released on $300 bail.
• Kerri Ligouri, 46, of East Moriches, was arrested May 8 at 11:08 p.m. on Old Riverhead Road West in Hampton Bays and charged with criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth degree, a class-E felony. Police said Ligouri had attempted to pawn an item of jewelry that had been stolen in the jurisdiction of the town of Southampton. She was processed at police headquarters and released on an appearance ticket to appear at a later date in court.
• at 1:51 a.m. in North Sea at the corner of Noyac Road and Cove Road. Police said that Reisini was stopped for a vehicular equipment violation and further investigation revealed that he had in his possession an illegal weapon and he was charged with criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree, which is classified as a class-A misdemeanor. Additionally Reisini was found to be in possession of a quantity of marijuana, which police described as concentrated cannabis, defined as hash oil, in the fifth degree, a class-D felony.
• A Noyac man complained to police May 12 that a neighbor yelled at his daughter and threatened to shoot her dog because the dog was, according to the police report, doing damage on Ridge Drive. The girl and a friend were walking the dog at the time of the incident, police said. No arrests have been made. Police are monitoring the situation.
• Christopher J. Reale, 32, of East Hampton, was arrested on a charge of driving while ability impaired by drugs, a felony due to two prior convictions in the past 10 years, after an accident in Amagansett on May 4. East Hampton Town police said his 2002 Toyota struck multiple trees along Montauk Highway, near Mitchell Dunes Lane, when he left the roadway shortly after noon. Reale consented to a blood test at police headquarters. He was held overnight for arraignment. East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana ordered him held without bail. According to police, Reale's last conviction was on Jan. 24.
• East Hampton Town police responded to a burglary in progress on North Main Street, just outside the village, on Monday at about 1:25 a.m. A woman said she heard glass break and saw a man running north on North Main Street. Police found that a glass window at the had been shattered. Police searched the area and brought in a Suffolk County Sheriff's K-9 unit was brought in to canvas the area, but the suspect was not located. When the manager arrived, he didn't say whether any items had been taken, police said.