Reports from county or village police, Feb. 7-13
Dealer license plates were stolen from the Newins Bay Shore Ford dealership on West Main Street Feb. 9.
A Wyandanch male, 17, a North Babylon man, 25, and a Copiague man, 24, were arrested Feb. 8 and charged with second-degree burglary. They are accused of attempting to enter a house on Martinstein Avenue.
An unknown person stole a diamond ring from Diamond Jewelers on Middle Country Road Feb. 9.
Various jewelry items were discovered stolen from the bedroom of a Bellwood Avenue house Feb. 7.
A Hempstead woman, 32, was arrested at Rite-Aid pharmacy on Merrick Road Feb. 11 and charged with petty larceny. She is accused of putting store merchandise in her jacket and pocketbook.
Cigarettes were stolen from the CVS pharmacy on Grand Boulevard Feb. 7.
Two Andersen windows were stolen from the construction site of a new office building on Blue Point Road Feb. 9.
A 2006 GMC Sierra pickup truck was stolen from the parking lot at the 7-Eleven on Country Road 16 Feb. 11. The keys had been left in the unattended vehicle.
The front passenger window of a vehicle parked at KK Athletics on Horse Block Road was broken Feb. 7. A cell phone, money, and credit cards were taken.
A power washer was discovered stolen from the rear lot of a business on Wireless Boulevard Feb. 8.
Cash was stolen from a car parked in a driveway on Muriel Street Feb. 9.
The windshield of a 2004 Infiniti parked on Alexander Avenue was damaged Feb. 7.
A woman stole coffee from Stop & Shop on Portion Road Feb. 8
A purse, containing cash, was stolen at Panera Bread on Deer Park Avenue Feb. 8. The purse had been left unattended.
North Great River
Medication was stolen from the CVS pharmacy on Connetquot Avenue Feb. 9.
A 1997 Honda on Birs Avenue was discovered stolen Feb. 8. The vehicle was later recovered in Bay Shore. All 4 tires and rims were missing.
Meat was stolen from Stop & Shop supermarket on Golding Avenue Feb. 8.
A woman told police she heard banging at the rear door of her house on Keith Lane Feb. 9 then saw an unknown man fleeing the property.
Scratches were discovered Feb. 7 on two vehicles parked in a driveway on Rollstone Avenue. The vehicles appeared to have been keyed.
A burglar entered a house on Oyster Cove Road through an unlocked back window and stole items from the residence Feb. 9.
An unknown person broke the passenger-side window of an Audi parked in the TJ Maxx parking lot on Jericho Turnpike Feb. 8 and stole an E-ZPass tag and a GPS unit.
A rear window was broken on a 2001 Nissan Altima while parked at Otsego Elementary School on Otsego Avenue Feb. 8.
A Huntington man, 23, was arrested Feb. 7 and charged with grand larceny. He is accused of stealing a pocketbook containing credit cards at Huntington's One Stop on High Street earlier and using one of the credit cards at a gas station.
An individual pumped $46 worth
of gas into a vehicle at the Sunoco gas station on Jericho Turnpike on Feb. 8 and left without paying.
Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy and Ann Smukler