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Man Harassed, Followed Teen As She Walked Home: Garden City Police

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Backyard City, NY — The Back garden City Law enforcement Section has noted the adhering to incidents for the week ending Sept. 6.

Aug. 31

  • A health-related workplace claimed an individual produced a solid health-related report applying their letterhead and company title.
  • A organization noted checks picked up by the Postal Support were being stolen, altered and cashed by an not known person.
  • Packages were documented stolen from a FedEx drop-off box on Previous Region Highway.
  • A driver on 11th Street explained yet another motor vehicle fled the scene following putting his motor vehicle, leading to him to go through back again soreness.
  • The mirror to a automobile parked on the Adelphi College campus was identified harmed.

Sept. 1

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  • The Back garden City Law enforcement and Nassau County Probation Departments carried out a joint investigation on County Seat Generate ensuing in the arrest of a 23-calendar year-previous male for driving with a license suspended for DWI offenses.
  • A number of items have been reported stolen from a motor vehicle parked on Pell Terrace.
  • A driver on Clinton Road was billed with driving with a suspended registration, passing a purple targeted traffic light-weight, and extreme speed.
  • A driver on Franklin Avenue was billed with driving with a suspended license and too much speed in a university zone.
  • A driver on Clinton Street was billed with driving with a suspended license and extreme pace.

Sept. 2

  • Officers responded to New Hyde Park Street for malfunctioning railroad gates thanks to a company disruption in Queens.
  • A driver on Stewart Avenue was billed with driving with a suspended registration and failure to yield suitable of way.
  • A auto parked on Damson Road was rummaged through and the carpet and glove box ended up damaged.
  • Officers investigated a report of a man stealing ice product containers from a shop.
  • A person’s identity was reportedly made use of to file false unemployment statements.
  • A person’s identification was reportedly utilised to open up unauthorized lender and debit card accounts.
  • A 46-yr-aged motorcyclist was arrested on Poplar Road for possession of stolen home, driving with a suspended/revoked license, and unregistered auto.
  • A landscaping corporation was issued a ticket for functioning gas leaf blowers. An additional corporation was billed with landscaping with no a permit.
  • Police are investigating a scam wherever a retail outlet staff gained a cell phone get in touch with from another person she imagined was a contractor who did preceding function for her employer and for each the caller’s directions, transferred dollars from the employer’s financial institution account to an unknown financial institution account.

Sept. 3

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  • A 54-calendar year-previous girl was arrested on South Avenue for DWI, passing a cease indication, and unsafe lane utilization.
  • A driver on Hilton Avenue was billed with driving with a suspended license and abnormal pace.

Sept. 4

  • Officers arrested a 35-calendar year-old guy for harassing and stalking an 18-yr-previous victim on St. James Avenue South as she was trying to stroll house from the Place Everyday living Push Railroad station.
  • Officers arrested a driver on Meadow Street for aggravated unlicensed operation 2nd degree (11 license suspensions) and passing a purple targeted traffic light.
  • Officers arrested a 34-calendar year-previous person for the theft of various objects from a shop. He was billed with petty larceny.
  • On investigation of an Aug. 30 incident on 7th Street, detectives arrested a 58-12 months-aged male for harassing a different human being by pushing him, spitting on him, and pouring espresso on him.
  • A auto parked in a Backyard City Plaza parking whole lot was reportedly destroyed by unidentified signifies.
  • Firefighters and law enforcement responded to a home for a reported oven fireplace. Firefighters decided the problem was surplus steam emanating from the oven while it was in self-cleansing method.
  • Things were stolen from a handbag which was stored inside of a 7th Avenue restaurant worker region.

Sept. 5

  • A bicycle was documented stolen from a Cathedral Avenue garden.
  • Yard Metropolis detectives arrested a 27-year-old gentleman for grand larceny and possession of a forged instrument. The male deposited cast checks into his bank account followed by subsequent withdrawals for a loss of $37,300.

Sept. 6

  • Backyard garden Metropolis detectives arrested a 21-12 months-old gentleman for grand larceny and computer system trespassing. The man hacked into a victim’s bank application and transferred money from the victim’s account to his lender account for a loss of $19,000.
  • An unauthorized on line account was opened working with a victim’s identification and then employed to make fraudulent buys.
  • The bumper on a motor vehicle parked on the Adelphi campus was uncovered broken by mysterious suggests.
  • A driver on Stewart Avenue was billed with driving with a suspended license and dashing in a college zone.
  • Two driver on Rockaway Avenue were being billed with driving with a suspended license and rushing in a school zone.

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