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Hempstead-Oyster Bay police report, Jan. 31

Reports from county or village police, Jan. 17-23.


A 2006 Saturn was stolen while parked on Jerusalem Road Jan. 23.

East Meadow

Jewelry was stolen from a house on Kroll Road Jan. 21. Entry to the residence was gained through a rear window.

Jewelry, money and a computer were stolen from a Surrey Drive residence Jan. 22. Entry was gained through a rear door.

Jewelry, money and an HDTV were stolen from a house on Third Avenue Jan. 22.

A 2003 Hyundai was stolen on Roosevelt Avenue Jan. 22.


A pocketbook and a cell phone were discovered stolen from a vehicle on Estate Drive Jan. 17.

A wallet containing credit cards was discovered stolen Jan. 20 from a vehicle on South Gate.


Landscaping equipment was discovered stolen Jan. 21 from Aries Lawn Maintenance on Coach Lane.


Two pocketbooks were stolen from vehicles that were broken into while parked at the Ciao Baby restaurant on Sunrise Highway Jan. 21. The pocketbooks were found two days later behind a shed at a residence on Ann Terrace.

A 2010 Toyota Corolla parked at Parkview Nursing Home on Merrick Road was broken into Jan. 20, and a pocketbook was stolen.

Two vehicles on Ford Drive North and Ford Drive West were discovered broken into Jan. 19. A GPS, a camera and a DVD player were stolen.

Massapequa Park

On Jan. 17, a First Avenue resident discovered a BB pellet lodged in a window frame of his home after he heard a noise and observed a car drive by.

A Massapequa Park woman, 20, was arrested Jan. 21 and charged with tampering with physical evidence. Police said the woman was stopped in her vehicle at Sunrise Highway and Park Boulevard for a traffic law violation. An officer allegedly observed a plastic bag, he presumed to contain cocaine, in her mouth. When she was asked to spit the bag out, she swallowed it instead.


Jewelry and money was stolen from a house on Tadmor Street Jan. 23. Entry to the residence was gained through a second-floor rear window.

North Massapequa

Panels on a electrical sign on Jerusalem Avenue were discovered knocked out Jan. 18. The damage was estimated at $200.


A PVC fence on Abby Court was damaged Jan. 17.


Locks were discovered cut off a trailer at a Mobil gas station on Wantagh Avenue Jan. 22, and landscaping equipment was stolen.

A wallet was stolen from an employee's handbag at the Feel Well spa on Wantagh Avenue Jan. 22.



An air compressor was stolen from a fenced yard at the Land Tek Group on County Line Road Jan. 17.


A 2009 Honda Element was stolen from Hayes Street Jan. 20.


Jewelry and money were stolen from a home on Johnson Lane Jan. 21. Entry was gained to the residence through an unlocked side window.

A computer, a drill and $15 in coins and currency were discovered stolen Jan. 21 from a home on Jennings Avenue. Entry was made through a second-floor side door.


Locks were broken on a vehicle and trailer parked at Advanced Seamless Gutters on Hampton Road Jan. 19. Tools were reported stolen.


The Church of God on Mansfield Avenue was burglarized between 7:15 p.m. on Jan. 16 and 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 17. Stereo equipment, a piano, a keyboard and an amplifier were stolen.

A Lee Street residence was burglarized Jan. 17. A computer, stereo equipment and PlayStation 3 and Xbox game systems were stolen.


A 1998 Honda Civic was stolen from Macon Place Jan. 17.

A Cunningham Avenue residence was burglarized Jan. 20. Entry was gained through an unlocked bathroom window. There was no apparent loss.

Jewelry and a laptop was stolen from a house on Newton Avenue Jan. 20. Entry was gained through a basement window.


A GPS was discovered stolen from a vehicle on Wren Drive Jan. 18.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley and Sabrina Monroe

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