June 8: An officer on patrol observed several downed wires on Nassau Boulevard. The area was safeguarded until they were removed by the proper utilities.
June 8: A catalytic converter was stolen off a 1991 Toyota that was parked in the Community Park.
June 8: Officer Dallolio responded to a reported one-car accident on Old Country Road. Upon arrival he observed that a vehicle had struck a utility pole on Old Country Road at Herrick’s Road. The driver of the auto, a male 22-year-old from Lynbrook, was bleeding from a head wound. He was transported to Winthrop-University Hospital for treatment. He was arrested for DWI and uninsured operation.
June 9: Officer Bandl stopped a female 35-year-old from Mineola for driving her auto 70 mph in a 30-mph zone while unsafely changing lanes on Franklin Avenue. She was stopped and arrested for DWI where she refused to take a breathalyzer test. She was also charged with speeding and two unsafe lane violations.
June 10: Detectives arrested a malr 53-year-old from Flushing for two counts of criminal contempt for the violation of two Queens Court order of protections after threatening bodily harm to his ex-wife and her brother on Supreme Court Drive.
June 10: Officer Dallolio responded to Meadow Street for a report of a male subject accompanied by three others in possession of a possible gun. The subject was located and upon an investigation he was found to be in possession of an air pistol. Upon further investigation, the subject, a male 16-year-old from Roosevelt, was placed under arrest for an outstanding family court warrant for previous violations to the conditions of his probation.
June 11: Someone apparently broke a driver's side front window to an auto parked at the Stewart Manor railroad station. Value: $150.
June 12: Officer Oswald stopped a vehicle on Franklin Avenue for swerving in and out of lanes and even crossing the center hazard lines at one point. The subject, a male 30-year-old from Brentwood, was arrested for aggravated DWI (.20 percent blood alcohol content), aggravated unlicensed operation for having a suspended license, three unsafe lane violations, unlicensed operation, uninsured operation and no seatbelt.
June 12: Upon their investigation, Garden City detectives arrested a male 20-year-old from East Williston for criminal contempt for sending text messages to his ex-girlfriend on June 11 in violation of a court order.
June 12: At 2:50 a.m. officers investigated a report of an accident on Nassau Boulevard where a vehicle traveling northbound collided with and damaged the curbing and the front lawn of a residence before leaving the scene. When officers searched the area for the vehicle, they located it parked, unoccupied and damaged on Chester Avenue. It was later determined that the driver falsely reported the vehicle stolen at the Nassau County 5th Precinct. Upon a joint investigation by the 5th Precinct and the Garden City Police Department, the subject was arrested for leaving the scene of an auto accident and falsely reporting the vehicle stolen.
June 13: The department is investigating reports of larceny from parked vehicles overnight on Chestnut Street, Ash Street and Beech Street. Proceeds included: two GPS Units and an iPod.
June 13: Police conducted a commercial vehicle inspection on Clinton Road, inspecting 12 vehicles, placing nine out of service and issuing 71 tickets for various safety violations.
June 14: A laptop computer valued at $600 was removed from a vehicle parked in Nassau County Parking Field #6.
June 14: A resident reports that someone utilized her online account to fraudulently purchase a computer valued at $1,100.
June 14: Garden City detectives arrested a male 30-year-old from New Hyde Park Road for an incident on June 12 where the subject was driving his vehicle on Stewart Avenue when he cut off a vehicle driven by a Lynbrook male and occupied by his former girlfriend and daughter causing the vehicle to abruptly stop. The subject then exited his car and punched the driver from Lynbrook in the head causing a laceration over his eye. The subject was charged with assault, endangering the welfare of a child and for violating a stay away court order.