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Babylon-Islip police report, Dec. 27

Reports from county or village police, Dec. 13-19


A resident on County Line Road reported Dec. 14 that unauthorized online purchases were made with her credit card.


A Christmas wreath was stolen from a house on Salt Meadow Road on Dec. 14.

Bay Shore

Inflatable decorations at a residence on South Penataquit Avenue were slashed Dec. 13.

A GPS unit was stolen from a vehicle on West Main Street on Dec. 14.

A Central Islip man, 39, was arrested Dec. 14 at Sears on Sunrise Highway and charged with petty larceny for stealing men's shirts.


Both windshield wiper blades were stolen from a vehicle parked in the Sports Authority lot on Sunrise Highway on Dec. 13.


Rims and tires were discovered stolen from a 2008 Infiniti G37 parked in a driveway on Smithtown Polk Boulevard Dec. 14.

Central Islip

The driver-side window was broken and a stereo stolen from a 1996 Saturn parked on Fairway Lane on Dec. 15.

Assorted lengths of copper wire were discovered stolen Dec. 13 from a vacant commercial building on Motor Parkway.

Copper piping was reported stolen Dec. 13 from a boiler in the basement of a vacant building on Wilson Boulevard.


Copper welding cable was reported stolen Dec. 15 from a fenced-in area of Patalan 650 Mechanical Corp. on Akron Street.

East Islip

Items were reported stolen Dec. 15 from the yard of Ray the Plumber on Sunrise Highway.


An outdoor central air-conditioning unit was discovered stolen from the side of a medical/dental building on Town Line Road on Dec. 15.


A burglar entered a house on Spur Drive South on Dec. 14 and stole jewelry and a camera.

Islip Terrace

Graffiti was discovered Dec. 14 at Connetquot Elementary School on Merrick Street.

Lake Grove

Two sets of wheels and tires from a 2009 Nissan Maxima parked in a Williams Boulevard lot were stolen Dec. 14.

Lake Ronkonkoma

A 1995 Jeep Cherokee, left running in a 7-Eleven parking lot on Portion Road, was stolen Dec. 14.


A 1988 Pontiac Firebird was discovered stolen Dec. 14 from Doug's Automotive on Montauk Highway.


A man was seen fleeing a residence on Pond Road Dec. 14 in a dark-colored sedan. The rear window of the house had been pried open. Nothing was reported stolen.

West Babylon

Reindeer decorations were stolen from a residence on Broadway Avenue on Dec. 13.

The window of a garage door at Roll Right Towing on Sunrise Highway was discovered broken Dec. 15. The safe had been broken into and cash and silver were stolen.



A large quantity of heavy-gauge copper wire was discovered stolen Dec. 14 from the shop of Crossway Electric Inc. on Commack Road.

An unknown person pried open the rear door of a Long Meadow Road house Dec. 15. No property was reported missing.


Property was taken from a 2006 Chrysler parked in the lot of Coach's Corner Bar & Grill on Dec. 13.

Dix Hills

A Dix Hills man, 28, was arrested Dec. 15 and charged with grand larceny for breaking into a shed on Woodedge Drive and stealing a space heater.

East Patchogue

Four rims and tires were stolen from a 2009 Infiniti parked on Patchogue-

Yaphank Road on Dec. 15.


An unknown man stole firewood bundles from the front of the King Kullen supermarket on New York Avenue on Dec. 13.

A pocketbook was stolen Dec. 14 from a place of business on Carver Street. The pocketbook, containing credit cards, a wedding ring, and an iPod, was last seen on a chair in the victim's office.

Huntington Station

Outdoor Christmas decorations were discovered stolen Dec. 13 from a yard on Pioneer Boulevard.

A laptop computer was discovered stolen from a place of business on Broadway on Dec. 13.


A purse was stolen Dec. 13 from an employee of a Montauk Highway beverage distributor while the employee was working.

Mastic Beach

A Huguenot Drive resident discovered Dec. 15 that someone had used his credit cards to purchase a large amount of goods and services without his permission.

Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy


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