Reports from county or village police, Feb. 28-March 6
An attempted residential burglary on Garfield Street occurred on March 4.
Jewelry was stolen from a home on Albermarle Avenue on March 4.
A 1993 Honda Civic was stolen from in front of a house on Coakley Street on March 6.
A GPS unit was discovered stolen March 1 from a vehicle on Morris Drive.
Cash and a flat-screen TV were discovered stolen March 2 from Bollywood Performing Arts on West Old Country Road.
Cash was discovered stolen from the register at Hicksville Sweet Shop on South Broadway on March 4.
The front window of a Biltmore Boulevard residence was damaged by a BB gun pellet March 2.
Two metal signs were discovered stolen March 3 from a concrete retaining wall on Hicksville Road.
A Massapequa man, 24, was arrested March 5 and charged with fourth-degree grand larceny. He was caught on surveillance tape stealing the purse of a co-worker at Best Yet Market on Merrick Road.
Windows on two vehicles parked on Pacific Street were discovered broken March 5.
Jewelry and a camcorder were discovered stolen from a residence on Stuyvesant Avenue on March 1.
GPS units were discovered stolen from three vehicles parked on North Maple and North Pine streets
on Feb. 28.
A Roosevelt woman, 18, was arrested March 4 on third-degree grand larceny and possession of forged instrument charges. She is charged with cashing a $4,700 fraudulent check at Chase Bank on Wantagh Avenue on March 3. She was apprehended the following day when she returned to the bank attempting to withdraw additional funds.
A Hicksville man, 20, was arrested March 1 for allegedly attempting to rob an individual at gunpoint on Powells Avenue.
A laptop was stolen from a vehicle parked on Old Country Road on March 3.
A safe was discovered stolen from a residence on South Drive on Feb. 28.
A 1997 GMC pickup on Old Country Road was discovered stolen March 2.
A 15-inch flat-screen TV was stolen from a Tenafly Drive residence March 3.
A Hewlett-Packard toner cartridge was stolen March 3 from Staples on Jericho Turnpike.
A slate wall on Moores Hill Road was discovered damaged March 6.
A wallet was stolen at a business on Second Street on March 3.
North New Hyde Park
A laptop was stolen March 3 from a vehicle parked on Union Turnpike.
A 1993 Ford Taurus was stolen from the driveway of a residence on Jefferson Avenue on March 5.
A vehicle on Underhill Boulevard was stolen March 1.
Cash was stolen from a vehicle parked on Hicks Avenue on March 6.
A 2000 Honda Civic was reported stolen from in front of a house on Davis Avenue on March 3.
An attempted burglary occurred March 5 at the Kenneth Mock law office on Nassau Road.
Two red Sharps medical waste containers were discovered stolen March 4 from Woodbury Center for Health Care on Jericho Turnpike.
Jewelry and a cell phone were discovered stolen from a residence on Walnut Street on March 5.
Three laptop computers and a TV were stolen Feb. 28 from a residence on Chautauqua Avenue.
Copper piping was discovered stolen March 4 from a Woodfield Road
residence. The home's glass rear door was broken to gain entry.
A pedestrian was robbed March
4 at Chestnut Street and Hempstead Gardens Drive by a man with a knife. The suspect, about age 18, stole a cell phone from the victim and fled on foot.
Compiled by Mary Beth Foley
and Sabrina Monroe