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Crimes Nearby: Man Charged in CVS Pharmacy Robberies

A look at recent crime in the region.

Richard Dombroff, 22, robbed the same Deer Park CVS Pharmacy twice in the past month, police say.
Richard Dombroff, 22, robbed the same Deer Park CVS Pharmacy twice in the past month, police say.
The following information was supplied by the Suffolk County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation and does not indicate guilt.

DEER PARK

A Dix Hills man has been arrested and charged with robbing a CVS Pharmacy in Deer Park twice over the past month, police said. 

Richard Dombroff, 22, surrendered at the First Precinct in West Babylon Monday morning following a police investigation. 

Police say Dombroff went into the CVS, located at 1944 Deer Park Avenue, on Sept. 22 and jumpedover the counter and forcibly stole prescription medication. Two weeks later, on Oct. 6, Dombroff went into the same CVS and did the same thing, police said.

BAY SHORE

A Bay Shore man is facing aggravated DWI, as well as several other charges, after state police stopped him for allegedly speeding on the Southern State Parkway Monday evening.

Police say Machardo Maxell, 35, of Bay Shore, was pulled over in a Chevrolet Tahoe about 9:26 p.m. A state trooper detected a strong odor of marijuana while talking to Maxell as well as signs of impairment, according to police.

LINDENHURST

A Lindenhurst man will be spending the next 24 years in prison after he was sentenced on Wednesday for choking and stabbing his ex-wife to death in 2010.

Muhammet Karadag, a 53 of North Erie Avenue, was found guilty of stabbing and choking his wife on August 29, 2010, as well as setting his Lindenhurst home on fire earlier that evening.

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