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Hempstead-Oyster Bay police report

Reports from county or village police, June 27-July 3


A flat-screen TV was stolen from a Hughes Street residence July 3. Entry was gained through an upstairs bathroom window.

Four tires on a Ford van parked on Legion Street were slashed July 3.

An alleyway on Bedford Avenue was marked with graffiti July 2.

East Farmingdale

Credit cards and personal papers were stolen June 29 from a locker at the LA Fitness gym on Broad Hollow Road.

East Meadow

A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle parked on Endo Boulevard on June 28.

Jewelry was reported stolen from a Merrick Avenue residence July 1.


Prescription medicine, $20, sunglasses and a GPS navigation system were discovered stolen from a vehicle parked on Arlyn Drive West June 30.

An unknown male individual was allegedly observed pushing over a cement eagle statue and shifting a second statue off its pedestal at the American Legion hall on Veterans Boulevard July 2. The loss was estimated at $500.

A handicap-parking permit was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked on Beverly Road on July 3.

Massapequa Park

Hotel paperwork and guest information including copies of driver's licenses and other personal information were discovered stolen from behind the front desk of Best Western Bar Harbour Inn on Sunrise Highway on June 29.

An E-ZPass and a gold chain with a football charm were discovered stolen from a vehicle parked on Pacific Street June 30.

On June 30, a flag and a flag mount were discovered ripped and stolen from a Clark Boulevard residence, causing damage to exterior siding of the house.


Four tires on a 2008 Nissan Altima parked on South Merrick Road were slashed July 2.

The glass door at Precious Kids Too on Jerusalem Avenue was damaged June 27.

A bottle was thrown through the front window of a house on Tadmor Street on June 28.

A 2010 Honda parked on Merrick Avenue was vandalized July 1, and a GPS navigation system was stolen.

A window on a 2000 Honda parked at the Long Island Rail Road station was damaged July 1.


Cash and jewelry were stolen from a Pine Street residence July 1.


A credit card was stolen from a residence on Renison Drive on June 27.

Jewelry was stolen from a residence on Central Avenue June 28.

A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle parked at TGI Friday's on Merrick Avenue June 28.



On June 28, while an Edna Court resident was napping, an unknown intruder entered the home and stole a laptop and accessories.

A residence on Woodside Avenue was burglarized June 30. An unknown individual placed a ladder against the house, broke a second-story window, entered the home and ransacked the bedrooms.

The Baldwin Middle School on Schreiber Place was broken into and ransacked July 2.

East Rockaway

The windshield of a vehicle parked on Waverly Avenue was damaged by a thrown rock June 27.


An unknown male individual was allegedly captured on security video stealing items from a Duane Reade pharmacy on Hempstead Turnpike on June 29.


A 2003 Volkswagen was stolen June 27 from Gas Stop on Sheridan Boulevard. The vehicle was left running while the driver went inside to pay the cashier.


A 2002 Mazda Millenia was stolen from Parkside Road June 29.

Long Beach

A Long Beach woman, 47, was arrested June 27 at police headquarters and charged with criminal possession of a weapon and menacing.

New Cassel

A laptop and a camera were stolen from a State Street residence June 28. A bedroom window was left open, and the bedroom had been ransacked.


Jewelry, furs and household items were stolen from a Cedar Street home on July 1.

A laptop was stolen from a vehicle parked at Hofstra University June 29.

Valley Stream

A 1989 Honda Civic was discovered stolen from the parking lot at Sunrise Multiplex Cinemas June 27.

Ground beef and $300 in coins were stolen from a North Central Avenue apartment July 2. Entry was made through a broken front window.

West Hempstead

A laptop computer was stolen from a 2008 Nissan Versa parked on Regent Place July 3.

A GPS navigation system was stolen from a 2008 Chrysler parked on Concord Avenue July 3.

Compiled by Sabrina Monroe

and Mary Beth Foley


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