Suffolk County police arrested a number of individuals in Port Jefferson Station for narcotics-related charges this week.
Suffolk County police approached a vehicle around 3:20 p.m., September 12th in the Sunoco gas station parking lot on Old Town Road in Port Jefferson Station, after noticing suspicious behavior, according to reports. Sean Kennedy, 20, of Port Jefferson Station and Joseph Klein, 20, of Port Jefferson were inside the vehicle.
Police said Kennedy was allegedly in possession of Oxycodone, and was charged with possession of a controlled substance – he was issued a desk appearance ticket. Klein was charged with multiple narcotics-related counts, including three felony and two misdemeanor charges. Klein allegedly possessed Oxycodone, Cocaine, Hydrocodone, and Suboxone, prompting charges of a B felony, C felony, D felony, and two class A misdemeanors.
Klein was arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip on September 13th, where a judge ordered bail at $5,000.00 cash or $25,000.00 bond. Klein has not posted bail and is being held in custody at Suffolk County Jail. He was due back in court, today, September 18th.
Suffolk police also arrested Margaret Bergold, 21, of Port Jefferson Station on September 11th. According to police, Bergold was charged with operating her motor vehicle while impared by drugs and for allegedly possessing a hypodermic instrument.
Cops said Bergold was found unconscious at the wheel of a 2003 Hyundai around 10:17 a.m., last Tuesday. Bergold was supposedly rolling through the busy intersection of Route 347 and Route 112. When found, Bergold allegedly had a hypodermic instrument in her car.
Court records indicate that Bergold was charged with Possession of a Hypodermic Instrument, a class A Misdemeanor, and Operating a Motor Vehicle While Impaired by Drugs. Bergold was appeared in court on September 12th, where bail was set at $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond. Bergold has not posted bail and is due back in court on September 19th.
Multiple drug arrests in Port Jeff Sta. this week – Examiner.com