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Crimes Nearby: Bay Shore Woman Charged with Deer Park Bank Robbery

Arrests reported by precincts surrounding West Islip between April 1 and April 8.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department.  A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate convictions.

Deer Park

Jean Coughlin, of Bay Shore, was while she attempted to rob the Chase Bank at 615 Grand Blvd. Coughlin, 45, was detained at the scene by a bank customer and charged with three counts of robbery in the third degree. According to police, she is the prime suspect in two other Suffolk County robberies earlier this year in and .

Babylon

On April 1, Andrew Torres from Babylon was arrested in Babylon and charged with DWI, 1st offense.

On April 4, Paul Rickel, of Montauk, was arrested in Babylon and charged with DWI, previous conviction.

On April 4, Joseph Rosati, of Lindenhurst, was arrested in Babylon and charged with criminal possession of stolen property.

On April 4, Jennilee Tooher from Levittown was arrested in Babylon and charged with false personation.

On April 4, Ira Gross, of Babylon, was arrested in Hauppauge and cahred with grand larceny over $1M.

On April 5, Guy Morinville, of North Babylon, was arrested in Babylon and charged with grand larceny.

Bay Shore

On April 6, Matthew Brown, of Greenlawn, was arrested in Bay Shore and charged with DWI with a previous conviction in the past 10 years.

On April 8, Victor Fernandez, of Brentwood, was arrested in Bay Shore and charged with DWI.

On April 8, William Farren, of Bay Shore, was arrested in Bay Shore and charged with criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a controlled subtsance with intent to sell.

On April 8, Paul Ortiz, of Bay Shore, was arrested in Bay shore and charged with false personation.

On April 8, Luis Sarmiento, of Bay Shore, was arrested in Bay Shore and charged with DWI.

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