Kevin O’Hare with Sheriff Toulon

Rich Perez, McGruff the crime dog, Kevin O’hare

Sheriff Toulon and Rich Perez
Kevin is reunited with WNYW-TV 
(ch. 5) reporter Jodi Goldberg, 
a fellow worker at TV 55 News. 

In attendance representing SCCPAAA were Bob Marketta and Lou Giudice.

September 2023 580 crimes (a decrease from 621 September 2022) included:

  • 0 Homicide
  • 9 Aggravated Assaults
  • 1 Burglaries (0 Residential, 1 Commercial)
  • 3 Robberies
  • 6 Grand Larcenies Auto
  • 2 Trigger Pulls – 0 Victim shot (out of 4 recorded gun crimes)
  • compared to September 2022, when we had 0 Trigger Pulls (0 Victims Shot) out of (3 recorded gun crimes)

There were 351 arrests on 507 charges in September including:

  • 11 Assaults
  • 0 Burglary
  • 69 Drugs
  • 1 Robbery

September had 12 drug overdoses with 0 fatalities,
compared with September 2022 with 21 overdoses and 5 fatalities.

September had 638 motor vehicle crashes compared to September 2022 with 497 crashes.

  • 0 fatalities
  • 110 with injuries
  • 74 leaving the scene
  • 7 DWI related

There were 18 arrests for DWI with 25 charges.

Officers wrote 1886 tickets.

The next 6th Precinct Community Meeting will be held Tuesday November 14th at 7PM at the precinct.

Reported by Lou Giudice

Arrests in September

Felonies    27

Misdemeanors   86

Gang related     2 persons (M13 Bloods Crips       3 charges

Drug related 16

DWI  8
Total    118

Domestics Incidents    233
34 Arrests
Overdoses   12 non fatal   0 fatal

Grand Larceny
Koi Market   Dix Hills
2 Koi Fish Statures Value   $6000.00

Don’t leave keys or valuables in the car

Lock Doors

Don’t leave valuables in shopping carts
Gift Cards
Mail Theft/Check Washing
Relative Arrested   (Bail Money)

From    Bonnie Pine

Dear Alumni Members, 

Here are the major September 2023 statistics for the 1st Precinct which held its meeting on October 5, 2023:

339 arrests;
4 commercial burglaries;
2 residential burglaries;
16 stolen cars, with 4 in Deer Park and 4 in West Babylon;
4 robberies;
4 shootings;
a number of arrests involving firearms;
and93 car crashes, 21 with injuries.

Inspector Brendan Forte, the 1st Precinct Commanding Officer, again asked the community to email tips to the precinct at or  He also commended the town of Babylon for its cooperation.

One of the stolen cars was by an 18-year-old youth who drove recklessly and crashed into a residence in West Babylon.  Luckily no one was hurt, including his two passengers.  The owner of the car had left the keys in the vehicle.

Sergeant Kelly Martill, Commanding Officer of the Domestic Violence Unit, gave a presentation saying that it most always is about power and control of the victim.  L.I. Against Domestic Violence also was present.  Its 24-hour hotline is 631-666-8833.

The next meeting will be on November 2, 2023.  The location and time will be announced later.  All residents are welcome. 

Respectfully,Justin Cooper
1st Precinct Coordinator