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Thursday, 6 March 2008

Three men are under arrest after leading Suffolk police on a three-minute chase in North Amityville this morning, authorities said.

At 11:22 a.m., plainclothes officers from the First Precinct noticed a 2008 Nissan Altima drive through Glenmalure Street in North Amityville a number of times before parking illegally -- with the driver's side to the curb -- in front of a home. The officers called a marked car to the scene, and as the responding vehicle turned into the street, the Altima took off.First Squad Det. Sgt. Gerard Pelkofsky said that the vehicles were not traveling at a high rate of speed, and that the pursuit ended about three minutes later when the Altima crashed into a telephone pole on Dererka Street. The pole collapsed, severely damaging the Altima.The driver, later identified as Kesley Nosy, 18, of North Amityville, fled from the scene. Two passengers, Robert Billinger, 17, also of North Amityville, and Jereme Miller, 34, of Brentwood, were arrested. A loaded nine millimeter handgun was recovered from the car, police said. Nosy was apprehended ten to 15 minutes later in a nearby garage.
All three men were charged with criminal possession of a weapon. In addition, Nosy was charged with unlawfully fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, criminal trespass, and for an outstanding warrant issued in Suffolk County for possession of marijuana, Pelkofsky said. Billinger suffered a slight abrasion to the forehead, but declined medical attention. None of the officers were injured in the pursuit.
Pelkofsky said investigators don't know why the men were originally on Glenmalure Street. The handgun will be examined at the crime laboratory and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. The bullets will be compared to see if they match any unsolved shootings. Nosy, Billinger and Miller will be arraigned tomorrow in First District Court in Central Islip.



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