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Reports from county or village police, May 16-22

Bellmore

Four tires and rims were discovered stolen May 17 from a 2010 Nissan parked on Farmers Avenue. The vehicle was left up on pavers taken from the yard of residence.

East Farmingdale

A North Babylon man, 20, was arrested May 20 for petty larceny. He allegedly took video games and a bucket from Wal-Mart on Route 110.

East Meadow

A pocketbook was stolen May 20 from a workplace on Hempstead Turnpike.

A 1973 Ford Mustang was discovered stolen May 19 from Five Star Auto Sales on Newbridge Road.

Hicksville

An automobile was discovered spray-painted May 16.

Massapequa

A man's locker was broken into May 19 at Synergy Gym on Sunrise Highway. His keys were stolen, and a GPS unit in his vehicle parked in the Kohl's parking lot was stolen.

The window of a vehicle parked on Sunrise Highway was damaged May 19. Panels and switches from inside the vehicle were stolen.

A Bay Shore woman, 42, was

arrested May 19 at Wal-Mart in the Sunrise Mall and charged with petty larceny and endangering the welfare of a child.

Massapequa Park

A Massapequa Park man, 18, was arrested May 20 following an incident at Lake Shore Drive and Fitzmaurice Street. He allegedly stood in the roadway, blocking a male driver. After the driver told the defendant to get out of the way, the defendant punched the driver, breaking his jaw.

A GPS unit was discovered stolen May 21 from a vehicle parked on Garfield Street.

Wantagh

A Merikoke Avenue residence was discovered burglarized May 22, and jewelry was stolen.

A GPS unit and an iPod were discovered stolen May 19 from a vehicle parked on Waterbury Drive.

A cell phone, GPS unit and $340 were discovered stolen May 19 from a vehicle parked on Island Road.

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Amityville

A burglar entered a house on Wanser Place through an unlocked basement door May 20, and stole cash.

Bayville

The window of an automobile was discovered damaged May 16.

Carle Place

A 1990 Honda parked on Old Country Road was stolen May 16.

Copiague

A Copiague man, 59, was arrested May 16 and charged with petty larceny for taking pieces of scrap metal from a bin at a Lincoln Street business.

Deer Park

Copper piping was stolen from a vacant house on Carlls Straight Path on May 17. Entry was gained through an unlocked rear door.

East Garden City

Tires on a 2001 Jaguar parked at the Roosevelt Field mall were slashed May 19.

Freeport

During a routine investigation of a suspicious car on Church Street on May 16, a Freeport man was arrested for possession of 67 small zipped bags containing marijuana.

A GPS was stolen May 18 from a car parked on W Merrick Rd.

Two youths were arrested May 21 for stealing a pickup truck on Guy Lombardo Avenue. The truck was abandoned several blocks away, and the suspects were caught a short time later.

Glen Cove

A 49-year-old man was arrested May 19 on Jerome Drive and charged with stalking, fourth degree.

Hauppauge

The theft of credit cards was discovered May 18 from two vehicles parked on Homestead Circle.

Huntington

A laptop computer was discovered stolen May 16 from an unlocked 2005 Ford Explorer parked on Rushmore Street.

Huntington Station

A Bronx woman, 49, was arrested May 16 and charged with grand larceny, fourth degree for stealing clothing from the Banana Republic at Walt Whitman Mall.

Jericho

An automobile on Elmtree Lane was discovered scratched May 16.

Locust Valley

Credit cards were discovered stolen May 16 from a vehicle parked on 13th Street.

A GPS unit was discovered stolen May 21 from a vehicle parked on Garfield Street.

Roosevelt

A Gusto Lane residence was burglarized May 17. Cash and a 32-inch LCD television were stolen.

Uniondale

A Clark Place residence was discovered burglarized May 22. Entry was made through a basement window. A water meter and photos were stolen.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley

and Sabrina Monroe

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