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Suffolk DA: Suspects In Knifepoint Robberies To Be Arraigned Today In Riverhead

Shane Cashmore, Paul Drab, 26, and Juliana Pantaleone, 31, are charged with robbing a Huntington Station ice cream store.

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Above are the mug shots of (L to R) Julianna Pantaleone, Paul Drab, and Shane Cashmore.

Photo by: Suffolk County Police Department

Riverhead, NY - May 11, 2017 – A 30 year old man arrested for a series of knifepoint robberies on Long Island will be arraigned today (5/11) with two codefendants in Riverhead, Suffolk County District Attorney Spota said.
Shane Cashmore, Paul Drab, 26, and Juliana Pantaleone, 31, were charged with robbery in the first degree after a robbery of a Huntington Station ice cream store on New York Avenue on May 1.
Cashmore said he robbed the stores because of his addiction to heroin.
The trio are also suspects in multiple knifepoint robberies that have occurred in both Nassau and Suffolk counties since February.
The trio will appear before Judge Timothy Mazzei (second floor of the courthouse).  The court calendar starts at 9:30 am.
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