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Hempstead-Ouster Bay police report, Feb. 7

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

East Farmingdale

A Sony DVD player and a GPS unit were stolen from a 1998 Lincoln parked on Schleigel Boulevard on Jan. 26. The vehicle's window was broken to gain entry.


Tools were stolen from a 1999 Chevy Astro minivan parked in the Vision Pro Communications lot on Central Avenue

on Jan. 25.


Two laptops, a camera and cash were stolen from an East Marie Street residence Jan. 29.


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.


Four rims and tires were discovered stolen from a 2008 Infiniti G37 parked behind a locked gate in a lot at Infiniti of Massapequa on Jan. 26.

Cash, an iPod and a credit card were discovered stolen Jan. 26 from an

unlocked vehicle on Sandy Lane. The credit card was fraudulently used at

a Taco Bell, the report stated.


A 2007 Jeep parked at a hair salon on Merrick Road was broken into Jan. 30, and a GPS unit was stolen.

North Massapequa

Two tires and rims were discovered stolen Jan. 26 from a 2004 Acura parked on North Richmond Avenue.


Two men, 29 and 26, of Greenlawn and Huntington, respectively, were arrested Jan. 30 on Round Swamp Road on drug-related charges. The men were observed participating in a suspicious transaction at a Mobil gas station lot, and marijuana and several pills were found in their vehicles, the report said.

A bicycle was stolen on Shelter Hill Road on Jan. 26.


Two women, 41 and 29, of Amityville and Freeport, respectively, were arrested Jan. 26 and charged with attempting to cash a forged check at a drive-through window at TD Bank on Sunrise Highway. Police were alerted by a teller after the women allegedly used identification not belonging to them. Their vehicle was stopped by police near the bank.

A glass door at Burger King on Wantagh Avenue was damaged Jan. 26. Video surveillance captured an unknown male, about 17 years old, kicking the door, the report said.


Atlantic Beach

A window of a residence on Bay Boulevard was broken by a thrown rock.


A Hewlett-Packard widescreen monitor was stolen from a residence

on Beachview Street on Jan. 26.


Three unknown men with semi-

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

Jewelry, $500 and a laptop were stolen from a basement apartment on Biltmore Avenue on Jan. 29. Entry to the residence was gained through a basement door, which was pried opened.

Jewelry and $500 were stolen from a house on Covert Avenue on Jan. 30. Entry to the residence was gained through a rear window, which was pried open.

Franklin Square

A residence on Forte Boulevard was burglarized Jan. 26. Suspects entered through a rear basement window and stole jewelry, a TV and a barbecue cover.

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 on Jan. 26 and charged with grand larceny and possession of a forged instrument. The suspect attempted to deposit a counterfeit check and was in the possession of a second forged check, the report said.


A white 2001 Ford E250 was stolen Jan. 24 on Santa Barbara Road.


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


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

Valley Stream

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

West Hempstead

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

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley

and Sabrina Monroe

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