Here’s a look at some of the top crime stories that made headlines over the past week in and around your community.
Swastikas and racial slurs have been found painted on vehicles in Holbrook, and Suffolk County police are seeking the public’s help in identifying and locating those responsible.
A home destroyed on West Avenue last Wednesday in Patchogue Village had already been abandoned for a year, despite people living in it.
A Sayville man is charged with impersonating a Suffolk police officer and allegedly touching a woman inappropriately at the Islip Grange Community Park on Broadway Avenue in Sayville, according to police.
A Setauket man was shot and killed in his Setauket home Tuesday night, and Suffolk County homicide detectives are still investigating the shooting. According to police, a 911 caller reported that a man had been shot at 62 Upper Sheep Pasture Road.
Police said a 27 year-old Mt. Sinai man was part of a fight that happened on Arden Place and Main.
Police said a Rocky Point man broke into a home on Merritts Path in Rocky Point, stealing checks and electronics.