Earl Evora, 57, of Bellport, was arrested on March 5 on charges of an order of protection violation. According to reports, Peconic Bay Medical Center secutiry reported that an intoxicated black male refusing to leave the premesis. Upon police arrival, Evora was reportedly found in the same room as a woman, who had an order of protection against him. He was taken into custody, transported to Riverhead police headquarters, processed, and held for morning arraignment.
Tanesha Nicole Clinton, 19, of Riverhead, was arrested on March 5 on charges of grand larceny in the fourth degree. According to police reports, an employee of TJ Maxx called police reporting a grand larceny. The employee reported that Clinton, a former employee, stole $1,714 worth of clothing and household goods on at least four separate incidents. Clinton was arrested, transported to police headquarters, and released on $100 cash bail.
Troy Trent, 41, of Riverhead, was arrested on March 6 on charges of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of a crime. Police had reportedly responded to the scene of an accident. With the help of State Police, Trent was found and arrested, processed and held for arraignment.
Steven Dippel, 32, of Manorville, was arrested on March 8 on petit larceny charges on March 8. According to reports, Dippel removed a Playstation 3, valued at $399, with out paying or permission to do so. Reports state that Dippel attempted to remove the gaming system by removing a paper shredder from its box and placing the Playstation 3 inside. He was transported to headquarters for processing and released on $100 bail.
Miguel Luciano, 30, of Riverhead, was arrested on March 9 on petit larceny charges. Police reports state that an employee of King Kullen told police that Luciano removed $279 of assorted food items from the grocery store. He was processed and held.
None of the defendants have been convicted of a crime, but were arrested for the charges listed above. They are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.