Officers impounded a vehicle on Kellum Place; the vehicle was declared a scofflaw by the Garden City Court due to unanswered parking tickets.
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Officer Hennessy arrested a 71-year-old Queens male for the theft of merchandise valued at $1,375 from Lord & Taylor.
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Officers and detectives investigated a report of a burglary at a John Street residence. The incident occurred between 7 a.m. and 2:15 p.m. The front door to the residence was apparently forced open. Assorted jewelry was reported stolen from the residence. The investigation is ongoing.
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At 11:50 p.m., a male and a female, both 19 years old, were cited for trespassing in Community Park after closing.
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Officer Sansone stopped a vehicle on Clinton Road and Willow Street for speeding (50 mph). Upon further investigation, the vehicle was impounded and the driver, a 33-year-old Hicksville male, was charged with driving with a suspended license, improper plates, unregistered auto, uninsured operation and speeding.
Garden City detectives arrested a 21-year-old Plainview male for a felony charge of criminal sale of marijuana for an incident that occurred on South Avenue on April 29. A co-subject was previously arrested for this offense on the date of occurrence.
Garden City detectives are investigating a report of three subjects described as white males, ages 14-15, attempting to enter a vacant house on Main Avenue by breaking a basement window. There was no apparent entry into the residence.
Officers responded to a traffic light malfunction on Nassau Boulevard at South Avenue.
Officers investigated thefts from multiple vehicles during the overnight hours on Euston Road, Brompton Road and Merillon Avenue. Items stolen included loose change, a pocketbook and a briefcase.
Officers investigated two incidents where an unknown vehicle struck a parked vehicle and left the scene without stopping; one incident occurred at Adelphi University and the other incident occurred on Fifteenth Street.
Potted plants were reported stolen from the rear patio of a Maple Street residence.
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Officers investigated a two-vehicle property damage crash on Clinton Road and St. James Street North where one of the vehicles left the scene without stopping.
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A commercial vehicle inspection was conducted on Commercial Avenue at Clinton Road; 14 vehicles were inspected of which eight were placed out of service. Seventy-two tickets were issued for various traffic and safety violations including five overweight violations and one suspended license offense.