Reports from county or village police, July 4-10


The back window of a house on Bourdious Avenue was discovered broken July 6. Copper piping was reported missing from the basement.

Blue Point

The tires of Chevy box truck parked on Montauk Highway were slashed

July 7.


A washer and dryer were reported missing from a storage unit on Smithtown Avenue on July 9.


A John Deere Gator all-terrain vehicle valued at $12,000 was stolen July 4 from Decorative Gardens Nursery on Edwards Avenue.

Flag holes at Fox Hill Golf & Country Club golf course on Fox Hill Drive were damaged July 8.

The front window at Schenck Quick Stop on Middle Country Road was smashed July 4 and a cash register containing $160 was stolen.

East Patchogue

A pocketbook was discovered missing July 5 from a 2001 Saturn on Avery Avenue.

A locked rear door was discovered kicked in at a house on Amsterdam Avenue on July 7. A motorcycle that had been stored in the basement was reported missing.


Cash and checks were reported stolen July 5 from a lock box in the office of Fresh Ice Cream Co. on Lincoln Avenue.


Cash was reported stolen from a Cottage Drive residence July 5. Entry had been gained through a basement window.

Mastic Beach

An oil burner, boiler and copper piping were reported stolen July 6 from a Pine Road residence.


Cash was stolen from the register at Only One Deli on Route 112 July 4. The front-door glass had been broken.

Middle Island

A 1999 Suzuki motorcycle was reported stolen July 5 from in front of a Lake Pointe Drive residence.

North Patchogue

Cash was stolen from Pepperoni Grill on Waverly Avenue July 5. The front-door glass had been broken.


Copper piping, two drills and a battery charger were stolen from a house on Patchogue Avenue July 9. Entry was gained through a rear screen.

Port Jefferson Station

Graffiti was spray-painted on Clinton Avenue Elementary School July 5.


The Ridge Quick Mart on Middle Country Road was burglarized July 5; 100 packs of cigarettes were stolen. Entry was gained by smashing the front window.

Wading River

A 2-foot python snake was stolen from a Kay Road residence July 7. Entry was gained through a bedroom window.

Compiled by Virginia Dunleavy and Mary Beth Foley

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