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Southold Town police blotter: Dec. 13 – Dec. 19

Excerpts from the Southold Town Police Press Reports, Dec. 19, 2016

On Dec. 11, staff of Our Lady of Ostrabrama Church in Cutchogue reported that a man was disrupting mass, handing out flyers and placing items on the side altar. Police responded and escorted the man out of the church.

David Amaya of Greenport was arrested on Dec. 12 for breaking the rear window at a Center Street, Greenport home. Amaya was taken to police headquarters for processing.

When police were called to the Mattituck 7-Eleven on Dec. 13 to investigate a report of an intoxicated couple in a car, they found the couple to be sober. However, a warrant check on  Alicia Descalzo, no known address, revealed an active warrant out of Riverhead Town. Police arrested Descalzo and transported her to Riverhead police headquarters.

On Dec. 14 and 15 two Southold women reported jewelry missing from their Tuthill Road home. The last time they’d seen the  jewelry, valued at over $8,000, was November 22. Police are investigating.

A Greenport woman reported that on Dec. 13 she was bitten by a large black dog in the area of the Manhasset Avenue Cemetery in Greenport. Police checked nearby residences but were unable to locate any dogs matching that description. The woman was treated at ELIH and released.

David Zbythiewski of Southold was arrested on Dec. 16 when he was found to be driving while intoxicated. A complainant called police when he noticed Zbythiewski leaving Founders Tavern in an intoxicated state. Police arrested Zbythiewski and transported him to headquarters for processing.

Several buildings on Love Lane in Mattituck were damaged by graffiti on Dec. 17. Police are investigating.

On Dec. 17 a Southold man reported that someone withdrew $800 from his Capital One Bank account. Police are investigating.

Editor’s note: A criminal charge is an accusation. By law, a person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.