The following arrest information was supplied by the Garden City police department. It does not indicate a conviction.
March 23: A female 30-year-old from Uniondale was arrested at Sears for the theft of $147 in assorted women’s accessories.
March 28: Extensive damage consisting of numerous deep scratches was found on a 2007 Lexus parked in the Garden City Plaza area.
March 29: Someone broke the widow to a vehicle parked on Kildare Road and removed a GPS device and a DVD player. Someone broke the widow to a vehicle parked on Somerset Avenue and removed a purse.
March 30: At 11:24 a.m., a Garden City resident reported to the police department that he had just observed a tractor trailer traveling north on Franklin Avenue attempting a right turn on to Main Street when it struck a traffic light pole knocking it down. The vehicle then backed up onto Franklin Avenue and fled the scene northbound on Franklin Avenue. A description of the vehicle was given to all police personnel. A parking enforcement aide alerted the department that he observed the vehicle traveling in Parking Field 9E near Eleventh Street. Police officers responded to that location where they stopped the vehicle. Upon their investigation, Officers Edwards and Reilly arrested the driver, a male 64-year-old from Pennsylvania, for driving while impaired on drugs, leaving the scene of an accident, speeding and failure to stop at a stop sign.
March 31: Garden City police officers assisted the Nassau County Police Department with a burglary investigation at a county office building located on County Seat Drive where copper building materials were removed from the building.
March 31: A light fixture was stolen from the walkway of a Stewart Avenue apartment building.
March 31: While investigating a domestic disturbance at a Garden City residence, officers arrested a female 42-year-old for assaulting her daughter. The mother had struck the victim several times with a plastic hanger causing the victim to suffer welts and contusions.
April 1: While checking a residence for a suspicious vehicle parked in a driveway, officers located a distressed male who was reported missing from Westbury for medical reasons. Officers tended to the subject and he was then transported to a local hospital for treatment.
April 2: Officer Walsh arrested a male 47-year-old from Hempstead for the theft of a Sony camera from Sears. The subject had cut the cable securing the camera with a channel lock. He was charged with larceny, possession of burglar tools and two outstanding Nassau County larceny warrants.
April 3: Detectives are investigating the cashing of forged checks in the name of a New York City business at local banks.
April 3: Copper building supplies valued at more than $2,500 were stolen from a construction site on St. Paul’s Place.
April 3: A student reports the theft of her Apple Mac Book in Harvey Hall, Adelphi University.
April 3: Police conducted a commercial vehicle inspection on New Hyde Park Road, inspecting 22 vehicles, placing seven out of service, and issuing 88 tickets for traffic and safety violations, including eight for overweight violations. One driver was cited for a suspended license.