Reports from county or village police, July 4-10
The back window of a house on Bourdious Avenue was discovered broken July 6. Copper piping was reported missing from the basement.
The tires of Chevy box truck parked on Montauk Highway were slashed
A washer and dryer were reported missing from a storage unit on Smithtown Avenue on July 9.
A John Deere Gator all-terrain vehicle valued at $12,000 was stolen July 4 from Decorative Gardens Nursery on Edwards Avenue.
Flag holes at Fox Hill Golf & Country Club golf course on Fox Hill Drive were damaged July 8.
The front window at Schenck Quick Stop on Middle Country Road was smashed July 4 and a cash register containing $160 was stolen.
A pocketbook was discovered missing July 5 from a 2001 Saturn on Avery Avenue.
A locked rear door was discovered kicked in at a house on Amsterdam Avenue on July 7. A motorcycle that had been stored in the basement was reported missing.
Cash and checks were reported stolen July 5 from a lock box in the office of Fresh Ice Cream Co. on Lincoln Avenue.
Cash was reported stolen from a Cottage Drive residence July 5. Entry had been gained through a basement window.
An oil burner, boiler and copper piping were reported stolen July 6 from a Pine Road residence.
Cash was stolen from the register at Only One Deli on Route 112 July 4. The front-door glass had been broken.
A 1999 Suzuki motorcycle was reported stolen July 5 from in front of a Lake Pointe Drive residence.
Cash was stolen from Pepperoni Grill on Waverly Avenue July 5. The front-door glass had been broken.
Copper piping, two drills and a battery charger were stolen from a house on Patchogue Avenue July 9. Entry was gained through a rear screen.
Graffiti was spray-painted on Clinton Avenue Elementary School July 5.
The Ridge Quick Mart on Middle Country Road was burglarized July 5; 100 packs of cigarettes were stolen. Entry was gained by smashing the front window.
A 2-foot python snake was stolen from a Kay Road residence July 7. Entry was gained through a bedroom window.
Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy and Mary Beth Foley