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Crime Nearby: State DOT Worker Arrested

Patch reports on crimes in nearby communities.

Some of the crimes reported by police around Long Island.

A Lake Ronkonkoma man who works for the New York State DOT has been arrested by the Nassau DA's office for allegedly falsifying the records he kept in connection with the state's H.E.L.P. roadside assistance program.

According to officials, Dominick Iannolo, 44, a HELP program supervisor, was snared in a dual-agency investigation with the state inspectors office and charged with four counts of falsifying business records and one count of official misconduct. Iannolo was arrested with one other, Brian Miller, 55, of West Babylon, for the same charges. Both men are due back in court September 11.

Huntington

Suffolk police are searching for two men responsible for an assault in Huntington last month which left a 52-year-old man unconscious in the parking lot of a bodega July 1. The incident occurred at 6:05 a.m. across the street from the Carousel Bar at 517 E. Jericho Turnpike, according to police.

Investigators say the victim had been struck several times in the head and face, causing severe bleeding and facial damage that required immediate medical treatment at a local hospital.  Two white males were seen on surveillance video fleeing from the parking lot. They got into a gray sedan and drove west on Jericho Turnpike, according to police.

Farmingdale

Two men held up a Lowe's store Wednesday night in East Farmingdale.

Suffolk County police said two men entered the store on Price Parkway in East Farmingdale at 7:50 p.m. Wednesday and demanded cash. One man pulled a handgun. Police said the cashier handed over the money and the two men fled in a two-door sports car

On Monday, a Lowe's store in Hicksville was also robbed by a man who displayed a gun and made off with cash, police said.

Massapequa

The son of the Massapequa resident who was reported missing at Jones Beach and later turned up alive has been arrested, Parks Police said.

Jon Roth, 22, was arrested Monday afternoon at about 4 p.m. according to New York State Parks Police Capt. Bruce Marx. Roth has been charged with insurance fraud, conspiracy to commit insurance fraud, and falsely reporting an incident, according to a spokesman for the Nassau County District Attorney.

Roth Raymond Roth missing on July 28th, setting off a massive search by authorities. On Wednesday, it was learned that he was alive and had been stopped by police in South Carolina.

Garden City

A Hempstead man was arrested after  in June and July. A thorough investigation by the Garden City, Hempstead and Nassau County Police led to the arrest of Jaime A. Nunez, 29, on Terrace Avenue in Hempstead July 31. Nunez was charged with marijuana possession and four burglaries.

Malverne-West Hempstead

A West Hempstead man was g a fellow resident and '' outside . Nassau County Police's Homicide Squad arrested Bruny E. Fenelon, 30, of West Hempstead, at 10:55 p.m. According to detectives, Fenelon was involved in an argument with another man in the back parking lot of the Hempstead Turnpike store. When the argument escalated, Fenelon allegedly began to punch and kick the 39-year-old victim, which resulted in his death.

Riverside

The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office East End Drug Task Force and Southampton Town Police arrested Moses Bullock, 39, of Riverside and charged him with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree, a class B felony.

Bullock was arrested after police said he had allegedly sold a quantity of crack cocaine on multiple dates.  According to Southampton Town police, Bullock was arrested after a several-months' long investigation into alleged narcotics activity in the Flanders and Riverside areas.

Greenport

Ralph Mims III, 34, of East Marion, was charged with driving with a suspended license, evading police and other offenses on Aug. 4, after police observed Mims speeding in a 2004 Nissan Maxima on Route 48 in Greenport, police said. A registration check on the license plate revealed that the vehicle was displaying plates that did not match the car. The vehicle in question turned off but was later located headed east on Route 48. The vehicle made a sudden left hand turn into a driveway off of Route 48, and the operator took off on foot, police said. The Southold Town Police K-9 unit tracked Mims to a residence nearby.  Mims told police he ran because his license was suspended, police said. He was arrested, released on bail, and ordered to appear before Southold Town Justice court at a later date.

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