Reports from county or village police, Jan. 3-9
A 33-year-old woman was arrested Jan. 6 on Mansion Drive and charged with third-degree grand larceny.
A burglary at a residence on New York Avenue was discovered Jan. 3. Personal papers, a cell phone, computer, computer software and video games were stolen.
A Tennyson Avenue home was burglarized Jan. 5. Entry was made through a basement window. The suspect triggered the alarm and left without taking anything. He dropped his wallet, which police retrieved.
A Henhawk Road home was
burglarized Jan. 6. Jewelry, an Xbox
and a PlayStation were taken.
A 2000 Honda Civic was stolen from Arlington Avenue on Jan. 6.
Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Jan. 5 at the intersection of Church Street and Merrick Road. A double-parked vehicle was shot at, and a passenger was struck in the lower back.
A metal object was thrown through a window at a BP gas station on Route 25 on Jan. 3.
A man, 20, was arrested on East Pine Street on Jan. 3 and charged with
A man, 39, was arrested Jan. 5 on East Park Avenue and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license and failing to obey a traffic device.
A 22-year-old man was arrested Jan. 3 and charged with third-degree burglary.
A North Carolina man, 23, was arrested Jan. 4 at the Martin Luther King Center and charged with assault.
A South Carolina woman, 19, and a Brooklyn woman, 18, were arrested Jan. 8 at the Best Western Mill River Manor on Sunrise Highway on prostitution charges.
A Mansfield Avenue residence was burglarized Jan. 3. Two flat-screen TVs, a PlayStation, an Xbox, video games, kitchen utensils and photos were stolen.
A 1992 Toyota Camry was stolen from in front of a residence on Hudson Avenue Jan. 5.
A 2009 Nissan was stolen Jan. 9 on Nassau Road. The vehicle was left running with the keys in the ignition in front of a store.
There was an attempted burglary on Summer Avenue residence Jan. 8. The rear door was damaged, but entry was not made into the home.
Compiled by Mary Beth Foley
and Sabrina Monroe