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Hempstead-North Hempstead police report, Feb. 7

Reports from county or village police, Jan. 24-30

Atlantic Beach

A window of a residence on Bay Boulevard was broken by a thrown rock Jan. 24. Two unknown suspects were seen running from the backyard of the house.


A residence on 240th Street was burglarized Jan. 26. Burglars entered through an unlocked rear window and stole jewelry, $2,200, a jacket and

a baby bag.

Three unknown men with semi-

automatic pistols robbed a pedestrian at the intersection of Dutch Broadway and Astor Road on Jan. 26. They stole a laptop, an iPhone, a debit card, a driver's license and $50. The suspects fled

on foot.

Jewelry, $500 and a laptop were stolen from a basement apartment on Biltmore Avenue on Jan. 29. The basement door was pried open to

gain entry.

Jewelry and $500 were stolen from

a house on Covert Avenue on Jan. 30.

A rear window was pried open to gain entry.

Franklin Square

A residence on Forte Boulevard was burglarized Jan. 26. Entry was made through a rear basement window. Jewelry, a TV and the cover of a barbecue were stolen.

A GPS unit, stereo and tools were discovered stolen from a 2006 Ford parked on Lincoln Street on Jan. 29.

A GPS unit was stolen from a 1994 Chevrolet parked on Nassau Boulevard

on Jan. 30.

Lug nuts were discovered taken from a 2004 BMW Mini Cooper parked on Fenworth Boulevard on Jan. 30.


A Brooklyn man, 25, was arrested at JP Morgan Chase on Broadway Jan. 26 and charged with grand larceny and possession of a forged instrument.

The suspect is charged with depositing a counterfeit check and was in

possession of a second forged check, the report said.


Two unknown women were charged with robbery and assault at the intersection of Doughty Boulevard and Prospect Street. On Jan. 26, the suspects allegedly stopped another woman, asking for directions, and then assaulted her. They fled with her pocketbook containing personal papers and a

credit card.


A console valued at $10,000 was discovered stolen Jan. 27 from a 2006 Infiniti. The vehicle was parked at Atlantic Infiniti on Sunrise Highway.

North Valley Stream

A Barry Drive residence was burglarized Jan. 29. Robbers entered through a rear window. There was no apparent loss.


A unknown male stole $1,500 worth of T-shirts from a table display at American Eagle on Long Beach Road on Jan. 27.

Valley Stream

Three speakers were stolen Jan. 27 from Target on West Sunrise Highway.

West Hempstead

A residence on Hempstead Turnpike was burglarized Jan. 27. Entry was made through a front window. A wallet, $300 and a Wii game system were stolen.

A 2009 Chevrolet parked on Munson Avenue was burglarized Jan. 26, and an iPod was taken.

Two unknown men assaulted and robbed a pedestrian on Wellington Road, Jan. 26. They allegedly had a gun, and stole $1,200 and a cell phone.

A 2006 Toyota Solara at Guildford Court was discovered burglarized Jan. 26. A GPS unit was stolen.


Two video cameras were stolen from a 2008 Honda Pilot on Browers Point Branch Jan. 24.


Glen Cove

A Glen Cove woman, 23, was arrested on Chestnut Street Jan. 24 and charged with harassment.

A 40-year-old man was arrested Jan. 26 on Midwood Place and charged with menacing, criminal mischief and assault.

A man, 20, was arrested Jan. 30 on Glen Cove Avenue and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and alcohol consumption

in a public place.


Nasal and sinus decongestant was discovered stolen from CVS Pharmacy on North Broadway on Jan. 20.

Jewelry was stolen from an Orange Drive residence Jan. 27.

Jewelry was stolen from a 21st Street residence Jan. 28.

A steamroller was discovered stolen on North Broadway on Jan. 29.

Oyster Bay

A TV and cash were discovered stolen Jan. 24 from Mid China on Pine Hollow Road.

Allergy medication was stolen from a CVS Pharmacy on Jan. 26.


Two homes on Market Drive were burglarized Jan. 29. Items stolen included a fur coat, jewelry and electronic games.

A Flo Drive residence was burglarized Jan. 29, and jewelry was stolen.

Tires were discovered slashed on an automobile parked on Valley Road on Jan. 29.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley

and Sabrina Monroe


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