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Police Report: Arrests for Burglary, Assault, DWI

LBPD blotter on Long Beach-related incidents


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

Arrests

  • Steven Lalicata, 28, of Astoria was arrested and charged with driving with a suspended license at East Park Avenue on April 16.
  • Lucas Butler, 20, of Long Beach was arrested and charged with burglary at East Hudson Street on April 17.
  • Hadrick Ray, 33, of Long Beach was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct at Long Beach Police Department on April 17.
  • Sebastian Ford, 22, of Long Beach was arrested and charged with assault, menacing and violating an order of protection at East Fulton Street on April 17.
  • Todd Padavona, 47, of Bellmore was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated with a previous conviction and driving with a suspended license at East Olive Street on April 18.
  • Susan Aiosa, 52, of Long Beach was arrested and charged with driving with a revoked license after driving in the wrong direction on a one-way street at East Market Street on April 18.  
  • Valerie Castoria, 44, of Massapequa was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated at Long Beach Boulevard and East Hudson Street on April 19.
  • Joseph Wolters, 32, of East Patchogue was arrested and charged with driving with a suspended license with a previous conviction at Lincoln Boulevard and East Park Avenue on April 20.

    Robert Thomas, 25, of Westbury was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated at Lido Boulevard on Apri 15.

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paul.d.spellman April 25, 2012 at 07:01 PM
First I would like to say
Michael Snow April 26, 2012 at 11:34 AM
And then
Lloyd April 26, 2012 at 12:11 PM
Does suspending a drivers license really mean anything to anybody? Should we resort to cutting off their hands or gouging out their eyes instead?
Brendan April 26, 2012 at 12:51 PM
Just speaking from experiences I've had with family members who have had brushes with the law while driving, the process by which your license is suspended is pretty confusing. You get letter after letter, they all say different things, you get them out of order, etc. If you happen to take care of the infraction that was going to suspend your license at the DMV or the court, that is no guarantee that the "system" knows about it...it is a pretty big mess. I think the most likely thing that happens often is that the driver has no idea their license is suspended or is confused as to when the suspension actually begins and ends. And since you are dealing with someone who obviously has problems driving, they get pulled over and find out the hard way that they weren't supposed to be behind the wheel to begin with.
ed April 27, 2012 at 02:22 PM
Your license won't get suspened if you don't drink and drive and/or pay your tickets. Common sense!
Brendan April 27, 2012 at 03:32 PM
Ed, totally agreed. No argument here. People should follow the law. The problem is, when you don't, and you end up dealing with these "agencies" that are in control of important aspects of our lives, and those agencies pay little to no mind as to whether the experience is navigable by a sane person. You can say that someone who has committed a crime should have little expectation of being treated with courtesy or respect but we're talking about tickets here, not mass murder. You also stand a better chance of getting people to comply if you make it easier for people to understand what is going on.
Lloyd April 30, 2012 at 02:21 AM
If you're confused about your legal problems, maybe its best to consult a lawyer before its too late. Dont depend on some friend for advice or an indifferent beareaucrat to take care of you.

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