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North Hempstead-Oyster Bay police report, Dec. 27

Reports from county or village police, Dec. 13-19


A 37-year-old man was arrested Dec. 13 on the Long Island Expressway and charged with driving while intoxicated and possessing a dangerous weapon.


A 19-year-old man was arrested

Dec. 14 on South Oyster Bay Road on a possession of a dangerous weapon charge.



The front door of a Milburn Avenue residence was smashed Dec. 14, and jewelry and a PlayStation game console were stolen.

Tool Rentals Inc. on Merrick Road was burglarized Dec. 14. Cash was stolen.


An attempted burglary through a back window at a residence on Jerusalem Avenue was discovered Dec. 15.

East Meadow

A Franklin Avenue residence was burglarized Dec. 16. Cash, an air-pellet gun, a laptop and an Xbox game console were stolen.


Two vehicles parked at the Sunrise Mall were damaged during burglaries Dec. 13. A GPS navigation unit, a radio and a Bluetooth unit were stolen from a 2008 Dodge parked at Sears, and the front grill of a 2002 Ford Explorer parked near Beefsteak Charlie's was taken as well as items from inside the vehicle.

A woman's pocketbook was stolen Dec. 16 from a shopping cart while she was unloading packages into her car in the Burlington Coat Factory parking lot on Sunrise Highway.

Massapequa Park

Money and a pocketbook were discovered stolen Dec. 17 from two vehicles parked on Park Lane.


China Gardens on Merrick Road was discovered burglarized Dec. 14 and $200 from the cash register was stolen.

Rockville Centre

A Roosevelt man, 20, was arrested Dec. 16 on Lindell Boulevard for being in possession of a stolen vehicle.


Jay's Hardware on Nassau Road was discovered burglarized Dec. 14, and cash was stolen.

JR Food Center on Nassau Road was discovered burglarized Dec. 16. Robbers gained entry through an air-conditioning unit and stole cigarettes and cash.


A Nassau Road residence was discovered burglarized Dec. 15. Clothing was cut up and a diamond cross pendant and chain were stolen.


The American Broadcast Employees Federal Credit Union building on Wantagh Avenue was discovered marked with graffiti Dec. 14.

Compiled by Mary Beth Foley


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