Reports from county or village police, Feb. 7-13.
Jewelry, an iPod and credit cards were stolen Feb. 11 from a house on Bermuda Street.
A 29-year-old Inwood man was arrested Feb. 7 on Peninsula Boulevard and charged with driving while intoxicated. The defendant allegedly struck a vehicle and drove through a fence and the lawn of a residence, then fled the scene.
A 70-year-old woman on Dutch Broadway was a victim of fraud. On Feb. 9, she was approached by two people and told if she gave them $2,000, they could double her money. She was driven to a nearby business where she expected to get paid, but the store employees didn't know what she was talking about and the subjects had fled.
A stolen 2001 Lincoln Town Car was recovered Feb. 9 on Hempstead Turnpike.
A 2007 Ford Van reported stolen from New York City was recovered Feb. 10 at Dutch Broadway and Parkway Drive.
Jewelry was stolen Feb. 12 from a residence on Oak Street. A glass side door was broken to gain entry.
A pocketbook was taken Feb. 13 from a 1997 Honda parked at Norfolk Drive West and Cromer Road.
Three males, who allegedly attempted to buy alcohol without proof of age, became unruly Feb. 7 at Foodtown on Peninsula Boulevard when confronted by the store manager. They damaged a vending machine.
A 32-year-old Poughkeepsie woman surrendered to police Feb. 11 and was charged with identity theft.
An Inwood woman, 40, was arrested Feb. 9 at Lawrence Avenue and Mill Street accused of talking on a cell phone while driving and having a suspended license.
Two tires were found damaged Feb. 10 on a 2009 Land Rover parked on Washington Avenue.
A gym bag and clothing were stolen Feb. 9 from a 2008 BMW parked in a driveway on Briarwood Lane.
A Garden City woman, 26, was arrested Feb. 7 on Lido Boulevard and accused of driving while intoxicated.
A Roosevelt man, 39, was arrested Feb. 9 at Austin Boulevard and California Place for charges including false impersonation and unlawful possession of marijuana.
An man kicked and broke a glass side panel of a bus Feb. 8 at Davison Avenue and Long Beach Road.
Two people presented false prescriptions for Oxycodone Feb. 9 at the Walgreens pharmacy on Long Beach Road.
License plates were stolen Feb. 9 from a 2002 Lexus parked on Roxbury Avenue.
Money and prepaid phone cards were discovered stolen Feb. 7 from the Nassau Fish Market on Nassau Road.
Kitchen appliances and electronics were stolen Feb. 8 from a residence on Grenada Avenue. Entry to the home was made by pushing in a window air-conditioner.
The Church of God Prophecy on Mansfield Avenue was burglarized Feb. 11.
The Church of Christ on Woods Avenue was burglarized Feb. 11.
A laptop computer was stolen Feb. 8 from a motor vehicle parked on Hempstead Turnpike.
A 2002 Infiniti was stolen Feb. 8 from Nassau Road and Harrison Street.
Flat-screen televisions and money were discovered stolen Feb. 9 from the Pupuseria Carmelina restaurant on Jerusalem Avenue.
A 1999 Hyundai was stolen Feb. 11 from Front Street.
An unknown man snatched a pocketbook from a woman Feb. 8 in a parking lot near South Corona Avenue.
A laptop computer was discovered stolen Feb. 8 from a 2009 Honda Accord parked on Trinity Place.
A global positioning system unit and a MP3 player were discovered stolen Feb. 8 from two vehicles parked on Arden Boulevard.
Jewelry was stolen from a Marlboro Road residence Feb. 9.
Three computers were stolen Feb. 9 from a residence on Hillary Lane.
Jewelry was stolen Feb. 9 from a residence on Audrey Road.
Compiled by Mary Beth Foley and Sabrina Monroe