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Police: Hewlett man charged in arson of trash, clothing bins

Glenn Annesley's charges stem from two separate fires

Glenn Annesley's charges stem from two separate fires last July. Credit: NCPD

A Hewlett man faces arson charges in the torching of a clothing bin and a trash bin last July, police say Thursday.

Glenn Annesley, 55, of Quail Avenue, was arrested at 7 p.m. Wednesday on two counts of fifth-degree arson after “an extensive investigation,” Nassau County police said. He was awaiting arraignment at First District Court in Hempstead.

The charges stem from two separate fires: one involving a clothing bin in the rear lot of 100 Herricks Rd. and the other involving a trash bin in the rear lot of 80 Herricks Rd., police said.

In a news release, police did not provide a motive for the fires.

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