• The man police said shot and killed Setauket's Ross Reisner will be arraigned on murder and harassment charges on Friday, according to the Suffolk County police.
Brett C. Knight will be arraigned at the First District Court in Central Islip and charged with second-degree murder, a felony.
Reisner ran Maple Lane Farm in Mattituck.
Police said Knight's last known address was in Midvale, Utah.
U.S. Marshals from Tennessee arrested Knight in that state on Wednesday, after launching a nationwide manhunt for him. Police had believed Knight, after committing the Sept. 24 murder, bought a motorcycle and fled the Setauket area.
• A Calverton man arrested after police said he choked and stabbed his girlfriend during a dispute at Tanger faced the judge on Thursday — and pleaded not guilty to each of the 10 counts in the indictment, according to a spokesman for District Attorney Thomas Spota.
Paul C. Thompson, Jr., 24, was arrested on Sept. 29 in Mastic Beach after police asked for the public's help to track him down.
He was arraigned in Suffolk County Criminal Court on Thursday before Judge William Condon.
Judge Condo set bail at $100,000 cash or $200,000 bond; Thompson's next court date is Nov. 7.
According to Robert Clifford, spokesman for Spota, Thompson is charged with one count of assault in the second degree, a felony. If convicted, maximum punishment would be two and one-third to seven years in jail.
• A woman wielding a knife slashed tires and threatened two people recently, police said.According to Southampton Town police, Betty Bolling, 31, of Mattituck, was arrested on Oct. 5 after police said she took a kitchen knife to another woman’s Jeep and then threatened two people with the knife afterward. According to police, Bolling slashed the tires of the woman’s 2000 Jeep Cherokee parked on Pine Court in Northampton before approaching the victim, who locked herself inside the house and called police.
Bolling also allegedly threatened the victim’s boyfriend. Police arrested Bolling at around 12:45 p.m. She was transferred to Town of Southampton Police Headquarters and charged with third-degree criminal mischief, a felony, and two counts of menacing in the second degree, a misdemeanor.
• A Riverhead man was busted when police stopped a speeding vehicle and found 129 grams of marijuana in the car, police said.
According to New York State Police, a 28-year-old man was stopped on Tuesday at 9:50 p.m. for speeding on Route 25 in Riverhead. While interviewing the driver, troopers smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle, police said.
A search of the vehicle yielded 129 grams of marijuana, which a front passenger said was his, police said. He was charged with criminal possession of marijuana in the fourth degree, a misdemeanor.SOUTHAMPTON
• Edward Johnson, 24, of Hampton Bays, was arrested in Bridgehampton on Oct. 3 after police said they found marijuana and a weapon in his vehicle. According to police, Johnson was stopped in a 1999 Chevy Tahoe on Narrow Lane and the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike at around 3:15 p.m. for a seat belt infraction. When police interviewed Johnson they smelled the odor of marijuana, which he admitted to having smoked earlier in the day, police said. When police searched the vehicle they reportedly discovered a small quantity of marijuana and a gravity knife type of switchblade, as well as a marijuana grinder. Johnson was arrested and charged with felony criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree, unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation, and a seat belt violation.
• A 17-year-old from Sag Harbor, who was arrested Monday, is accused of eight burglaries in Sag Harbor Village this summer, as well as stealing a car, village police said.
Devin K. Brevard, who lives on Walker Avenue in the village, was picked up on the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike on Monday and brought to Sag Harbor Village Police headquarters for questioning.
Brevard's mother consented to a search of her home, where police said they found several items stolen from homes in the village from July to September, they said.