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Crime Blotter: Gym Bag, Cash Stolen From Locker at NY Sports Club

The lock that was placed on the locker prior to the theft was found to be missing, police said.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Garden City Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Sept. 5: The department is investigating an incident in Adelphi University Parking Field #5 where a vehicle struck a parked vehicle and then left the scene without stopping.

Sept. 5: A male 66-year-old from Garden City was arrested for contacting his ex-wife via text message in violation of a Family Court order of protection. The subject was charged with criminal contempt.

Sept. 5: Personal items were stolen from an unlocked locker at New York Sports Clubs.

Sept. 6: A bumper to a vehicle was damaged while parked in Garden City Plaza.

Sept. 6: The department is investigating an unauthorized online purchase against a resident’s account in the amount of $464.

Sept. 7: A gym bag containing $200 in currency was stolen from a locker at New York Sports Clubs. The lock that was placed on the locker prior to the theft was found to be missing.

Sept. 8: Due to heavy winds, officers responded to calls for downed tree limbs on Brompton Road, Weyford Terrace and Huntington Road. In addition officers responded to a power outage Hilton Avenue and wires down on Stratford Avenue.

Sept. 8: Officer Matos responded to the intersection of Meadow Street and Prospect Avenue for a report of a one-vehicle accident where the vehicle struck and damaged a light pole and a lawn to a residence. The driver of the auto ran away from the scene. Officer Matos determined the driver’s identity, a ale 36-year-old from Hempstead. He was subsequently located at his residence where he was arrested, charged with leaving the scene of an accident, unlicensed operation and uninsured operation. 

Sept. 9: Garden City detectives arrested a male 53-year-old from New Hyde Park for criminal contempt. The subject had sent text messages to his ex-wife at her Garden City residence in violation of a Nassau Family Court order of protection.

Sept. 9:  The department is investigating the opening of an unauthorized credit account and subsequently fraudulent charges were made using a resident’s information.

Sept. 10: Upon an investigation, Garden City detectives arrested a female 37-year-old from North Bellmore for an incident in June where the subject damaged a parked auto by scratching the side of it with a key. The subject was charged with criminal mischief.

Sept. 10: Officers responded to Sears for a report of a male subject who had just stolen three pairs of designer sneakers and then fled the store on foot. An officer observed the subject but he was able to flee the scene. Officers at the scene were able to identify that a nearby parked vehicle was owned by the subject, a male 43-year-old from Hicksville. The vehicle was then placed under surveillance and when the subject returned to his vehicle a short time later, he was placed under arrest for larceny.

Sept. 11: Officer Touhy arrested a male 66-year-old from Massapequa after his wife reported that after they both appeared in court, she was walking on Court House Road when he swerved his vehicle towards her as she was walking away from the court on Old Country Road causing her to fear for her safety. He was charged with menacing and violation of a Family Court order of protection.

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