Reports from county or village police, May 30-June 5


Robbers entered a Central Avenue residence through an unlocked rear window June 1, and stole jewelry.

East Rockaway

An e-book reader was stolen May 31 from an unlocked vehicle parked on Murdock Road.


The glass front window of a Subway sandwich shop on Hempstead Turnpike was discovered broken June 5. No loss was reported.

A 2009 Land Rover SUV parked on Nassau Street was discovered stolen June 4.

Thirteen tires and rims were discovered stolen June 4 from four vehicles in a storage lot at Belmont Park race track on Hempstead Turnpike.

Two men robbed a pedestrian of a cell phone and wristwatch at the intersection of Dutch Broadway and Meacham Avenue on June 3.

Franklin Square

A pump, vacuum and chlorinator for a pool were stolen from the rear yard of a Chestnut Street residence June 4.


A 25-year-old woman was arrested on Rose Street May 31 for an alleged assault that took place at her residence.

A GPS unit was taken from an unlocked car on Lexington Avenue on May 30.

A Freeport man was arrested for unlawful possession of marijuana during a routine traffic stop at Bergen Place and Pine Street on June 1.


A section of a brick wall above stores on Broadway collapsed and fell onto the sidewalk June 1. One injury was reported, and a 2008 Mercedes was damaged.

A second-floor apartment on Broadway was broken into June 2, and a laptop and computer were stolen.


Two 20-year-old Far Rockaway men were arrested May 31 and accused of being in possession of stolen GPS units.

The fire department extinguished an electrical fire ignited in an outlet behind a dryer at a Wanser Avenue location May 30.

Island Park

The side window of an Austin Boulevard residence was damaged by a thrown rock June 2.

A window on a vehicle parked on Sagamore Road was damaged June 3.


A backpack was stolen June 3 from a vehicle parked at Costco on Rockaway Turnpike.

Flowerpots were stolen May 31 from the front lawn of a residence on Fulton Street.

Lido Beach

A barbecue was stolen May 31 from in front of a cabana on Lido Boulevard.

A 2004 Nissan Maxima on Lido Boulevard was scratched May 31.

Long Beach

A Long Beach woman, 20, was arrested June 3 on East Park Avenue. She was charged with third-degree grand larceny and falsifying business records.

A Long Beach man, 24, was arrested June 1 on charges of criminal possession and sale of marijuana.


A GPS unit was stolen June 1 from an unlocked vehicle parked on Dunne Place.

A laptop computer was stolen June 5 from a vehicle parked on Rocklyn Avenue.

New Hyde Park

Vehicles parked on Wilton Street and at Terrace and Gilford avenues were discovered spray-painted June 2.


A Long Beach man, 23, was arrested June 1 at a Walgreens pharmacy on Long Beach Road for attempting to obtain Oxycodone through a forged prescription.

The window of a 2000 Cadillac on Kings Highway was shattered May 31, and a laptop and GPS unit were stolen.

An iPod, cash and a debit card were stolen from a vehicle parked on Rockville Centre Parkway on May 31.


An East Roosevelt residence was burglarized June 2 through an unlocked rear window. Jewelry, cash, a GPS unit and sneakers were stolen.


A 1992 Saturn parked in front of a Green Grove Avenue residence was discovered stolen May 30.

A residence on Jerusalem Avenue was discovered burglarized on May 31. Damage was caused to a rear interior door and a water heater pipe, resulting in extensive flooding.

Valley Stream

A rear window of a South Montgomery Street residence was pried open June 5, and jewelry and $1,500 were stolen.

Halal Meat on North Central Avenue was burglarized June 4, and $100 was stolen.

Three subjects were captured on surveillance video allegedly stealing razors and heartburn medication valued at $1,480.23 from Target on West Sunrise Highway on June 2.

A catalytic converter was stolen from a 1998 Toyota parked in a Long Island Rail Road lot on Hicks Street June 2.

West Hempstead

Jewelry, a laptop computer, TV and Yankee baseball hats were stolen from a residence on Hempstead Turnpike on June 3. Entry was made through a pried-open front door.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley

and Sabrina Monroe

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