Reports from county or village police, Dec. 6-12
A 17-year-old boy was arrested
Dec. 11 for violation of a persons in need of supervision warrant.
The roof of a vehicle on Southwoods Circle was dented Dec. 7.
A Getty station on Franklin Avenue was discovered burglarized Dec. 7. About $5,000 worth of cigarettes and $6,000 worth of Lotto tickets and phone cards were stolen.
GPS navigation units were stolen from two vehicles parked on Margaret Drive and Barbara Boulevard on Dec. 9.
Windows were damaged on two vehicles parked at the Broadway Mall at Routes 106 and 107 on Dec. 7.
An automobile was stolen from Duffy Avenue on Dec. 6.
Jewelry, a TV and an Xbox game console were stolen Dec. 11 during a residential burglary on Lakeview Avenue. A possible suspect, described as male and between 15 and 18 years old, was seen in a black Honda Accord with a missing hubcap.
A Massapequa woman, 50, was arrested on Jackson Place Dec. 6 and charged with driving while intoxicated, criminal impersonation and leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident.
An attempted burglary occurred on Second Avenue on Dec. 10. Police said a 13-year-old girl and her friend were in the home when the family dog started to bark and growl. The girls went to investigate and saw an unknown man, possibly in his 20s or 30s, standing in the living room. The man ran out the front door, which was unlocked. No injuries or loss were reported.
North Valley Stream
Jewelry was discovered stolen from a Dana Avenue residence Dec. 12.
Eyeglasses, valued at about $1,500, were stolen from a vehicle parked in a driveway on Buckminster Road on Dec. 8.
A 1993 Honda Accord was stolen from the Macy's parking lot at the Green Acres Mall on Dec. 6. A male suspect wearing a baseball cap was observed on surveillance video entering the vehicle possibly using a master key, police said.
An attempted burglary occurred on Ocean Avenue on Dec. 11. The residence was occupied when a man broke down the rear door. The suspect fled before taking anything, police said, and no injuries were reported.
A security officer discovered a small tree had been uprooted at Wantagh Park on Kings Road on Dec. 9.
Compiled by Mary Beth Foley