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Vol. 12, No. 44
February 16, 2017
Need for speed
Stephen Ruth agrees to one year probation for tampering with red light cameras — A3
Suffolk County Legislature forms committee to create drag strip
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Free car seat installation inspections will be given at the Centereach Fire Department Feb. 27 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Free safety seat check at Centereach Fire Dept. Brookhaven Highway Superintendent Daniel Losquadro (R) and Councilman Kevin LaValle (R-Selden) will host a free child safety seat check on Feb. 27, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Centereach Fire Department, 9 South Washington Ave. The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office, along with certified technicians from the Brookhaven Highway Department, will be on hand to inspect car seats and make sure children are riding in the right car seats for their age and size as they grow. “In passenger cars, child safety seats reduce the risk of fatal injury by 71 percent for infants and by 54 percent for toddlers,” Losquadro said. “Most parents are confident they have correctly installed their
child’s car seat, but in most cases — 59 percent of them — the seat has not been installed correctly.” He said he and his staff are proud toprovide the service free of charge, in the hope they can teach parents and caregivers how to know what size a child needs, and properly install car seats for the future. “I want to thank the Centereach Fire Department, Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office, Highway Superintendent Losquadro and the employees at the highway department for working collectively to organize this important event,” LaValle said. “I encourage all parents to come down on Monday.” Inspections are by appointment only. Call 631-363-3770 to reserve a spot.
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‘Red Light Robin Hood’ avoids prison time with plea By Kevin Redding firstname.lastname@example.org The merry adventures of Suffolk County’s “Red Light Robin Hood” continued last week as the Centereach resident who took matters into his own hands by tampering with red light cameras across county intersections struck a plea deal with prosecutors. The agreement reached will place him on interim probation for one year in lieu of any prison time. Stephen Ruth Jr., who has been crusading against the county’s red light camera
program since 2015 in an effort to “take the power back” by exposing what he considers government corruption and helping save Suffolk residents’ lives — for which he’s been called a domestic hero on social media — pleaded guilty in Riverhead Feb. 8 to a felony charge of criminal mischief. Since the county first installed red light cameras at busy intersections in 2010, which snap flashing photos of cars that run a red light or don’t come to a complete stop before turning right on red, they’ve been widely opposed across the county. Ruth, who’s become the boastful face of
the opposition — as evidenced by his smiley mug shot after first tampering with the devices in 2015 —has consistently called for the program’s repeal before the Suffolk County Legislature. He said the cameras and shortened yellow lights, “shortened to cause red light running for a profit,” are responsible for fatalities and accidents on the roads, have been illegally constructed without an engineer signing off on them, and are nothing more than a Suffolk County “money grab.” “I was willing to go to jail from the beginning because I’m sticking up on behalf of those people who don’t have a voice anymore,” Ruth said. “These cameras are completely illegal and the [county] is not allowed to collect any money off them whatsoever ... I knew this was going on and made my own news.” Under the plea deal Lake Grove attorney, David Raimondo, said if Ruth successfully completes his probation, the felony plea will be dropped to a misdemeanor. The 44-year-old real estate salesman may also have to pay up to $85,000 in restitution for all the cameras and equipment he’d left inoperable — a charge that will be challenged during a restitution hearing in April. Raimondo said he and his client will fight because “we believe that the entire red light camera system program is illegal and every single ticket issued from day one is a nullity.” In the wake of the court ruling, Raimondo acknowledged that it was a good plea.
Photo above from Stephen Ruth Jr.; file photo left
Stephen Ruth Jr., above, was arrested after tampering with red light cameras, along Route 25 A, on left. “This is something the county has to atone for and will atone for in civil litigation ... it is not Stephen’s or his family’s cross to bear,” Raimondo said. “Why should Stephen sacrifice his personal freedom for what I think is nothing more than enterprise corruption?”
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Committee formed to create drag strip in Suffolk By Kevin Redding email@example.com Suffolk County is putting the pedal to the metal in an effort to build a drag strip for its need-for-speed residents. A large crowd of more than 100 drag racing enthusiasts filled the auditorium at the Suffolk County Legislature Feb. 7 and cheered on as Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory (DAmityville) announced the formation of an ad hoc committee, consisting of a bipartisan group of legislators, representatives from the county’s Department of Planning and the County Supervisors’ Association, also members from the racing community, to start the process of bringing a family oriented motorsports park to the county. “Long Island has thousands of families who are passionate about racing as a sport, and providing a legal outlet for drag racing could bring tremendous benefits to Suffolk County,” Gregory said at the press conference. The ad hoc committee was suggested by Legislator Tom Cilmi (R-Bay Shore) after representatives from the “Long Island Needs a Dragstrip” advocacy group charged into the Legislature’s auditorium in December to protest a resolution on the agenda. The legislators had been considering a bill for a master plan in Yaphank, but the racing community argued against accepting the master plan, claiming that the property would be better used as a drag strip. The group had been looking at some areas included in the master plan for a potential site to build on. Even though the Yaphank property wound up not being anywhere near large enough for what they were proposing, the passionate group had the legislators’ interest. “I was really inspired by the passion of all those that came to the Legislature and we’re going to do all we can to try and make it a reality,” Cilmi said in a phone interview. In terms of the crowd at both gatherings, Cilmi said, “it’s worth pointing out that in the room were young children, lots of women and lots of guys ... it was a large group of very enthusiastic people and it’s not every day that you fill an auditorium with people all interested in one issue.” The legislators on the committee — Gregory, Cilmi, Al Krupski (D-Cutchogue), and Rob Trotta (R-Fort Salonga) — will explore potential locations in Suffolk for the drag strip, which is projected to occupy between
Photo above from Legislator gregory’s offce; image below right from Facebook; file photo below left by Rachel Shapiro
Above and below right, Suffolk County Legislature Presiding Officer duWayne gregory discusses Long islanders’ desire for a drag strip in the county after the Long island needs a drag Strip advocacy group attended a meeting. Below left, Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta said the proposed drag strip has the potential to bring in needed revenue to the county. 100 and 200 acres, as well as the economic boom a full-fledged drag strip could bring to the struggling county. Gregory said the committee hopes the drag strip will deter the illegal and dangerous street racing that’s been known to take place in areas like Wyandanch. Another task is to make sure the local community and neighboring towns are behind the project and understand their quality of life will not be disrupted by it. In building the drag strip, the committee anticipates growth in the local racing-related industry, such as shops that paint the racing cars and work on engines, and job creation in those fields. There will also be food concessions within the arena, and spectators who could potentially come out and spend money at surrounding restaurants and hotels. Gregory said any large venue has the potential to attract thousands of people and effectively increase the county’s sales tax, which has been flat for the last few years:
“Long Island is losing money in sales tax as residents and tourists flock to nearby states, including New Jersey, to use their drag racing strips.” He said estimates show that a drag strip could generate more than $100 million in revenue. He proposed that this would be “a safe and enjoyable attraction that people [will] want to come to.” Krupski, who grew up in Cutchogue and remembers his grandfather taking him to the Riverhead Raceway when he was young, said the racing culture is still very much alive. “A lot of people are really interested in this and enjoy racing and working on cars and so to most people it’s more than a hobby, it’s more of a lifestyle,” he said in a phone interview. “I give DuWayne Gregory credit for putting this together. It’s a nice bipartisan group and everyone sees the value in it.” While still too early to confirm any serious location ideas, the committee and members of the advocacy group have areas like Enterprise Park in Riverhead on a list of potential development sites. One of the motorsport’s advocates has expressed interest in contributing a piece of their own property. “It’s going to be tough to find a spot to put this because a lot of people won’t want
to hear it,” Trotta said in a phone interview. “It’s going to have to be somewhere far away from most people, but we’re going to try our utmost [best] to find a place.” Trotta, who has been consistently vocal about the county’s current economic state, said while he doesn’t necessarily believe the drag strip will be “a savior of Suffolk County,” there’s potential to bring in extra revenue. “There’s not a resort in Nassau or Suffolk, and Long Island is bigger than most cities,” Trotta said. “There’s an opportunity for us to make something and mix it with the drag strip. We need people from the city to come out here and spend money.” During the press conference, John Cozzali, a Mastic resident and founder of “Long Island Needs a Drag Strip,” said he was happy to see the Legislature taking a serious look at his group’s long-dreamt of project. “We look forward to working on this initiative, which we believe will have a positive economic impact for Long Island and will create a safe place for the new generation to come and race,” Cozzali said. According to Gregory, the full economic analysis, conceptual planning of the racetrack and securing a location should take roughly nine months.
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Frederick Staria III and Jason Kinlaw were arrested in connection with multiple robberies.
Two Selden men arrested for multiple robberies Suffolk County Police have arrested two Selden men in connection with multiple robberies that occurred earlier this week. Following an investigation by Sixth Squad detectives, Frederick Staria III and Jason Kinlaw were arrested in connection with three robberies and an attempted robbery. Staria entered businesses, threatened the use of a weapon and demanded cash. He fled with an undisclosed amount of money. In one incident, the employee did not comply and Staria fled without proceeds. During two of the crimes, Kinlaw drove Staria to the locations. The following businesses were robbed: Gorgeous Salon, located at 1232 Middle
Country Road in Selden, Feb. 12 QuickChek, located at 2686 Middle Country Road in Lake Grove, Feb. 13 Pizza Hut, located at 534-1 William Floyd Parkway in Shirley, Feb. 13 The attempted robbery occurred at: Milk and Things, located at 815 Middle Country Road in Selden Feb. 13 Staria, 35, was charged with three counts of third-degree robbery, third-degree attempted robbery and four warrants. Kinlaw, 24, was charged with third-degree robbery and third-degree attempted robbery. They were held overnight at the 6th Precinct for arraignment Feb. 14 at First District Court in Central Islip.
Incidents and arrests Feb. 7–Feb. 13 Never too old
A 62-year-old woman from Ronkonkoma was driving a 2003 Volkswagen on Granny Road near the intersection of Oakdale Road in Farmingville at about 1:30 a.m. Feb. 8, according to police. During a traffic stop, police discovered she was driving without a license. She also possessed heroin and cocaine. She was arrested in Selden and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Jefferson Station at about 1 p.m. Jan. 1, according to police. She was arrested Feb. 7 in Selden, where she also possessed a hypodermic needle, and charged with fourth-degree grand larceny and possession of a hypodermic instrument.
Someone put a solvent on a 2015 Hyundai, which melted away the paint, while it was parked outside of a home on Hewes Street in Terryville at about 9 p.m. Feb. 8, according to police.
At New York Gold Center on Middle Country Road in Coram Jan. 2, a 44-year-old man from South Setauket sold stolen jewelry for cash, according to police. At Diamond Jewelers on Middle Country Road in Centereach Jan. 3, he did the same thing again, police said. He was arrested Feb. 7 in Selden and charged with third-degree criminal possession of stolen property and fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
Feeling the heat
Breakfast behind bars
Two unknown men stole beer and cigarettes from Speedway gas station on Route 25A in Miller Place at about 3 a.m. Feb. 8, according to police.
A 33-year-old woman from Port Jefferson Station stole a wallet from a purse hanging off the back of a chair at Bagel Deli Gourmet on Patchogue Road in Port
On Feb.7 at about 1 p.m., a 36-year-old man from Miller Place disassembled and stole aluminum and copper coils from air conditioning units from the outside of T.J. Maxx on Middle Country Road in Selden, according to police. He was arrested and charged with second-degree criminal mischief.
Partners in crime
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Medford man arrested in Selden Coram man arrested for driving for DWI with daughter in car under the influence of drugs Suffolk County Police arrested a man for driving while intoxicated with his daughter in his car in Selden Feb. 11. Alan Bauser was driving a 2008 Hyundai southbound on North Ocean Avenue and Middle Country Road, when he was observed by 6th Precinct Patrol Officer Christopher Weiner failing to maintain his lane of travel, crossing the roadway’s lane marking and crossing onto the shoulder of the road numerous times at approximately 11:35 p.m. Officer Weiner initiated a traffic stop and conducted sobriety tests, which Bauser failed. Bauser also admitted to overusing his prescription medication. Bauser’s 12-year-old daughter was in the car. Further investigation revealed the daughter had a Family Court Order of Protection requiring Bauser to refrain from misusing prescription medication in her presence. The daughter was released to a family member. Bauser, 42, of Medford, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated with a child passenger 15 or younger (Leandra’s Law), endangering the welfare of a child
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and second-degree criminal contempt. Bauser was held overnight at the 6th Precinct and was scheduled to be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip on Feb. 12.
Suffolk County Police arrested a man in Selden Feb. 11 for driving under the influence of drugs after a two-vehicle crash. Javon Harrington was operating a 2003 Infiniti on North Evergreen Drive at a high speed when he went through a stop sign at Pine Street and struck a 2009 Dodge and then a tree. Harrington, 20, of Coram, and his passengers Elijah Quinitchette, 24, of Coram and Eddie Bray, 20, of Coram were transported to Stony Brook University Hospital via Selden Fire Department Ambulance. Bray suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries. Harrington and Quinitchette suffered minor injuries. The 19-year-old man driving the Dodge, and his two passengers, were also transported to Stony Brook University Hospital via Selden Fire Department Ambulance for observation. Sixth Squad detectives arrested Harrington and charged him with driving while ability impaired by drugs. He was scheduled to be arraigned at First Dis-
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trict Court in Central Islip Feb. 12. Both vehicles were impounded for safety checks and the investigation is ongoing.
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Just the way you look (in town hall) tonight By Victoria Espinoza firstname.lastname@example.org For 22 years Cupid has visited Huntington Town Hall for Valentine’s Day and spread his love throughout the building — with the help of Town Clerk and Marriage Officer Jo-Ann Raia. Raia has been serving as marriage officer for the town since 1989, and in 1995 she started a tradition of a “marriage marathon.” “I normally perform marriage ceremonies year round,” she said. “However in 1995 I thought it would be romantic to begin a Valentine’s Day marriage ceremony marathon. The couples I united over these past
years received this idea enthusiastically. It is a privilege and a pleasure for me to unite these couples and to share in their happiness as they embark on their new lives together.” The free event consists of couples partaking in a small marriage ceremony with Raia presiding, and then the new bride and groom cut a cake and enjoy drinks and snacks with their guests, donated by local vendors, as well as gifts for the couple and the maid of honor and best man. This year 11 couples were wed in town hall. Local merchants have donated flowers, baked goods, decorations and other gifts throughout the years, and this year Raia said 34 businesses have donated to the event, including Copenhagen Bakery, The
Flower Petaler, Rise Above Bakery, Fashion in Flowers and more. Huntington residents Brian Walling, 42, and Cari Endres, 40, took advantage of this romantic event after finding out about it while paying off a parking ticket. “It was the last day before I got another $100 charge and I saw the flyers when I was at town hall,” the bride said. “I asked him if he was working Valentine’s Day, and he said no, so I told him ‘we’re getting married on Valentine’s Day.’” The couple met at a bar while skiing in Vermont two years ago. “We were basically both watching TV rooting against the Patriots, because we’re both Giants fans and then I don’t think
we’ve ever been apart since that night,” Endres said. Walling said the hug the first night ensured him that Endres was the one for him. “The conversation was fun and we definitely had a lot in common and we were just having a good time, but what sealed the deal was the hug,” he said. “It was the best hug ever.” Walling proposed last July while the pair were spending July 4th weekend with family at Endres’ family lake house. “My father passed away three years ago and he knew how special the lake house was to me,” Endres said. “We were up there with family after a lobster dinner sitting under tiki torches in bathing suits still and that was it.”
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top left and bottom left, alexander acosta Herrera and Esmeria Martinson tie the knot; top middle and bottom right, Brian Walling and cari Endres enjoy their wedding ceremony; top right, town clerk Jo-ann raia performs a marriage ceremony during Huntington’s marriage marathon.
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Photos by Bill landon
Clockwise from left, Chris Witherspoon scores; Jon agostino passes the ball; Ryan dunn moves the ball up the court; and Shawn McFarland scores over the attempted block.
Cougars’ year comes to end in last regular-season game By Bill landon Colin Powell once said “success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty and persistence,” and the Smithtown West boys’ basketball team has used dedication and determination to attain another success this season. On Feb. 13, the Bulls outscored Centereach 59-29 on senior night in the last game of the regular season to remain perfect, at 14-0, in League III.
Smithtown 59 Centereach 29
Smithtown West’s seniors started the game off strong, despite four not seeing much playing time this year. Will Kass started the three-point flurry with a shot that gave the Bulls an early 8-0 lead, but Centereach junior forward Chris Witherspoon drained back-toback 3-pointers to make it a two-point game with just over two minutes left in the opening quarter. Centereach would come no closer. Even with a different starting five, the Bulls found their rhythm early. Juniors Chris Crespo and Michael Gannon, and senior Gordon Shouler added shots from beyond the arc to help Smithtown West take a 34-13 advantage into halftime. In total, Smithtown West had eight 3-pointers from six different players. “Our effort is what won this,” Crespo said. “Our seniors gave 100 percent effort and we executed all game. I’m really just in awe as to how we played together as a team tonight.” Centereach senior Josue Chery opened the third quarter with a trey of his own, to bring the score to 34-16, but Smithtown West’s defensive pressure was more than the Cougars could handle. That pressure keyed in mainly on senior Jon Agostino, who is usually a double-digit scoring threat. Smithtown West held its coach’s nephew to just three points. “I thought the defense was the best part of our game tonight,” Smithtown West head coach Mike Agostino said. The Bulls continued to bank 3-pointer after 3-pointer, as senior Justin Durcan, Crespo and Gannon swished their shots to break the game open at the end of the third. “I was just happy that all of our guys got to play,” Gannon said. “We have four seniors who don’t play as much and it was fun to watch them play well.” Durcan finished atop the scoring sheet
with 14 points. Crespo followed with 11 points, Gannon added nine and senior Chris VanderBrink tacked on seven. “I think coming out hot and confident — even though we’re not the regular starters — that’s what made us so comfortable,” Durcan said. “It’s our preparation. We work hard every day in practice even if we don’t see much playing time, and I think we work harder in practice than any team in our league, and that helped us today.” Witherspoon finished with a team-high
11 points for Centereach. McFarland and Washington added four points each. The loss eliminated Centereach from postseason play. The Cougars finished the season with a 9-11 overall mark and 6-8 record in league play. The Bulls, who clinched the league title with a win over Copiague Feb. 2, finished with the best boys’ basketball record in the county, at 19-1, and are on a 15-game winning strak. Only one other team, Center Moriches, finished undefeated in conference play.
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Above, a rendering of the overbay apartment complex. Below, demolition of the islander Boat Center building is nearing completion.
Demolition makes way for third new apartment complex in Port Jeff By Alex Petroski email@example.com Construction of a third set of apartments is slated to begin in the spring in Port Jefferson Village, after demolition of the vacant Islander Boat Center building on West Broadway began last week. This comes after ground was broken in June 2016 on a 112-unit apartment complex by TRITEC Real Estate Company, adjacent to the Islander Boat Center property called The Shipyard luxury apartments, as well as the opening of the 38-unit complex by Rail Realty called The Hills at Port Jefferson in upper Port, which will grow by 36 units upon completion later this year. Hauppauge-based building company the Northwind Group owns the site of the new project, which will be called Overbay apartments. A conditional site plan and conditional use approval were granted for the property by the village building and planning department in May 2015 for the construction of 52 apartment units, according to special village attorney for the department Alison LaPointe. Northwind managing member Jim Tsunis confirmed
StePhen Ruth Continued from page A3 As Ruth has always worn his criminal tampering and obstruction of governmental administration as a badge of honor — even proudly demonstrating on his YouTube
in a phone interview that is still the plan. LaPointe said in an email several other conditions laid out by the department need to be met by the property owner prior to the issuance of a final site plan and a building permit. Tsunis declined to give a reason why demolition began nearly two years after receiving board approval. Demolition of the original structure began Feb. 10 but was not complete as of the morning of Feb. 13. The new building will overlook Port Jefferson Harbor. “It’s a cute little nautical-style building — I’m looking forward to building it,” Tsunis said. He added he’s excited to be a part of the expansion and beautification process going on in the village. “Hopefully within the week that building will be down, which is good news,” village Mayor Margot Garant said during a board meeting Feb. 8 after the demolition permit was issued. Another board member shared his positive outlook on the future of the site. “It’ll improve the western entrance to the downtown area,” Trustee Bruce D’Abramo said during the meeting. At least one trustee is concerned about
the impact all of the changes in the village will have for longtime residents. “This is a Victorian village but we’re turning it into hodgepodge lodge here,” Bruce Miller said. “There’s just no cohesion here.” Garant added the village board has no jurisdiction over the building and planning department, and the new apartment buildings all meet standards set in the village code. According to the village code, structures are not permitted to exceed 35 feet at their highest point. A member of the community who lives on Beach Street shared similar concerns to Miller’s, and voiced her displeasure during the public comment period of the meeting. “I’m sick to my stomach when I look at it,” the resident said of The Shipyard building, which is under construction, adding she’s not looking forward to another building going up next to it. “I’m sick to my stomach when I drive down the hill. I feel bad for every other resident in the area who’s going to be looking at this massive structure.” Barbara Sabatino, a village resident and business owner, as well as a member of the building and planning department, was at the meeting and expressed regret over ap-
channel how he uses a painter’s extension rod to reach high-positioned red light cameras to turn its lens away from the road — Raimondo applauded his client for always taking responsibility for what he’s done. “While I absolutely don’t condone or approve of any form of violence or destruction of property, I admire Stephen’s willingness to bring attention to the public
the failures in the engineering behind the camera and how it’s affecting the taxpayers as a penalty and tax,” he said. “I [especially] admire that Stephen brought to the public’s attention the fact that the yellow light times have been shortened by the engineers because unfortunately people have been seriously injured and perhaps killed as a result.” Ruth, in calling for a full investigation into the camera program to prove it’s an illegal operation, also wants to spotlight that the county continues to delete videos of any and all accidents that take place at intersections. James Emanuel, a retired Suffolk County police officer, has dedicated himself to researching and testifying against the program, and is one of Ruth’s avid supporters. “I’ve spoken to a lot of police officers who privately are a big fan of what he did,” Emanuel said. “You get to the point where you have to push back against the system — you just don’t have a choice. The guy saw a danger and his attitude was, ‘I’m gonna push back.’ He turned himself in every single time and he didn’t have to do that.” Suffolk County Legislator Leslie Kennedy (R-Nesconset) acknowledges that red
proving the building of the large structure. “We had a lot of discussion about this at planning board. We’re restricted to what they can build by code,” she said. “If the code says you can build ‘x’ amount of floors with ‘x’ amount of square footage, we’re kind of stuck. We can’t say ‘No you can’t build something,’ if legally in the code they can. What we can do is learn from this, that this looks a lot bigger than we had anticipated.”
County legislator rob trotta, on left, has also been outspoken against red light cameras.
light cameras, although useful in some intersections, are overused and costly. “I think what Ruth thought he was doing was making a statement, and he clearly did make a statement,” she said. “But you have to stay within the parameters of the law to make a statement that’s not going to get you in big trouble.”
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