Reports from county or village police, March 14-20
A front yard on Promenade Drive was marked with spray-paint March 18.
A woman driver reported that an unidentified vehicle struck her vehicle March 19 on Fox Hill Drive. The other driver fled the scene.
A resident on Fourth Avenue reported receiving annoying phone calls from an unknown male March 18.
A brick was thrown through the kitchen window of a house on Westfield Road on March 14.
Several vehicles parked on Newton Lane were spray-painted with red paint March 17.
The men's public restroom on Park Place was vandalized with graffiti on March 17.
A brown Italian wallet was stolen from a unlocked locker at East Hampton Gym located on Fithian Lane on March 15.
After a traffic stop on Long Neck Boulevard March 15, a 20-year-old Brentwood woman was issued traffic summonses and a field appearance ticket for aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, possession of marijuana, driving a vehicle with non-transparent windows and an unsafe lane change.
A 27-year-old Coram man was arrested March 19 at the intersection of Argonne Road East and Canoe Place Road for aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to appear at court for a previous similar charge. He was initially stopped for disobeying a stop sign.
After a traffic stop on Ponquogue Avenue on March 16, a 35-year-old man was issued traffic summonses for an equipment violation and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
An unidentified male was observed in the rear yards of Seacove Lane residences March 20.
A 2009 Kawaski KX250 and 2003 Honda XR100 were discovered stolen March 14 from a residential shed on Bauer Avenue.
The theft of two Honda 400 EX quads from the side yard of a house on Meadow Avenue was discovered on March 14.
A resident on Tarpon Avenue told police March 17 that an engagement ring was stolen from a bedroom closet.
An E-ZPass was discovered stolen March 18 from a 2003 Mitsubishi
Outlander on Industrial Boulevard.
A vacant house on Sunset Drive was discovered vandalized March 14. Several windows of the residence were broken and bathroom tiles and sheetrock damaged.
Two holes were cut in a chain-link fence at Eastern Welding on Mill Road on March 19.
An unidentified male suspect stole more than $1,000 worth of merchandise from The Home Depot store on Old Country Road on March 18.
A laptop computer, valued at more than $1,000, was stolen from a Doctors Path location March 16.
An East Avenue residence was burglarized March 16. Cash and jewelry, valued at $2,700, were reported stolen.
Forty-seven watches, valued at more than $1,000, were stolen March 14 from the Timex Outlet on West Main Street.
A man flagged down a police car at the St. Patrick's Day parade in Rocky Point March 14 and informed the officers someone had attempted to rob him of his cash and cell phone. The victim said he resisted and was assaulted. He was taken to St. Charles Hospital and treated for a head injury. A 16-year-old male from Rocky Point was arrested later that day on County Road in Shirley and charged with robbery, second degree and assault.
The front and rear doors of Combo Pizzeria on Northern Boulevard were discovered broken and the interior of the restaurant ransacked March 14.
Personal papers and bank deposit slips were reported missing March 19 at a residence on Elizabeth Drive.
A handball court on Bayberry Road was spray-painted with graffiti March 20.
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Hulse Landing Drive on March 15.
A fight between two men at Mulcahy's Bar on Middle Country Road moved outside and into the adjacent McDonald's parking lot March 14. One man was injured and treated at Stony Brook University Medical Center.
Gasoline was stolen from a Strong Avenue gas station March 19.
A unknown person stole 106 assorted Major League Baseball hats from the LIDS store in The Arches shopping center March 14.
A prescription pad was stolen from the Perry Physical Medicine-Rehab on Deer Park Avenue on March 18.
A wallet was stolen from a rear office at Petland Discounts on Route 27 on
Purses were stolen from two vehicles on Sherman Avenue on March 17.
Compiled by MaryBeth Foley, Sabrina Monroe, Virginia Dunleavy and Ann Smukler