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Crime Blotter: GC Teen Arrested For Alleged Hash, Marijuana Possession

An investigation resulted in the arrest of an 18-year-old male resident in Parking Field 2S.

An investigation in Parking Field 2S resulted in the arrest of a male 18-year-old from Garden City for possession of alleged Hash and alleged marijuana.
An investigation in Parking Field 2S resulted in the arrest of a male 18-year-old from Garden City for possession of alleged Hash and alleged marijuana.
The following arrest information was supplied by the Garden City Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Jan. 29: The department is investigating a report of unauthorized withdrawals from a resident’s savings account.

Jan. 30: Poor weather conditions caused a tree down on Franklin Court against a house and blocking the street; several residential alarms throughout the village; traffic light outage on Nassau Boulevard at Merillon Avenue; minor accident on Tenth Street at Hilton Avenue.

Jan. 31: An unknown person damaged a window and door to a vehicle parked at an Old Country Road business.

Jan. 31: A patron of the Mobil Service Station on Franklin Avenue reports that he left his 2005 running as he went into the station to buy some items when an unknown male got into his vehicle and drove away. As the vehicle was fleeing the station, it struck and damaged a gas pump. The vehicle was recovered on Laurel Avenue in Hempstead on Feb. 6. The investigation is continuing.

Feb. 1: A pair of license plates was reported missing from a vehicle parked at an Old Country Road business.

Feb. 1: A Garden City detective investigation in Parking Field 2S resulted in the arrest of a male 18-year-old from Garden City for possession of alleged Hash and alleged marijuana.

Feb. 1: Police conducted a commercial vehicle inspection on New Hyde Park Road, inspecting 12 vehicles, placing five out of service and issuing 64 tickets for various traffic and safety regulations including three brake violations, one defective steering violation and an improperly secured body frame violation.

Feb. 1: A female 45-year-old from Garden City was arrested for criminal contempt after violating a Family Court order of protection stipulation to stay away from other family members when under the influence of alcohol.

Feb. 2: A joint investigation by the Garden City police department and hotel security resulted in the arrest of a male 25-year-old from Long Beach for the theft of $226 from a gym bag in the men’s locker room.

Feb. 2: After stopping a vehicle for passing a Stop sign on Meadow Street, Officer Baker charged a female 23-year-old for aggravated unlicensed operation (1 NY DMV license suspension), passing a Stop sign and uninsured operation.

Feb. 3: Officers responded to a railroad gate malfunction at the Franklin Avenue crossing.

Feb. 4: Officer Reilly apprehended a male 35-year-old from Roosevelt Island for the theft of more than $1,500 in designer handbags from Lord & Taylor. A female accomplice fled the scene in an auto prior to the arrival of responding officers. The subject was also charged with additional similar larcenies at Lord & Taylor on Dec. 21, Jan. 30 and Feb. 1. The investigation is continuing in regards to the female subject.

Feb. 5: Officer Edwards arrested a male 51-year-old from Bayville for leaving the scene of a property damage accident with another vehicle on Clinton Road.

Feb. 5: Officer Sommer was conducting speed enforcement on New Hyde Park Road when he stopped a vehicle for speeding at 45 MPH. Upon an investigation, it was determined that the driver had a NY driver's license suspension and the license plates on the vehicle belonged to another vehicle. The vehicle was impounded and the driver was cited for aggravated unlicensed operation, speeding, switch plates, unregistered auto, uninspected auto and uninsured operation.

Questions about this crime report? Email carisa@patch.com.

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