The following arrest information was supplied by the Garden City police department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Jan. 11: Numerous copper gutter items valued in excess of $6,000 were stolen from the Cathedral of The Incarnation.
Jan. 11: Someone scratched the driver’s side of a vehicle parked at a Locust Street residence.
Jan. 13: After receiving a report from CVS Pharmacy of a subject who had just stolen numerous cosmetic items totaling more than $540 from the store, Officer Hennessy and other responding officers located and arrested the subject, a male 49-year-old from Roosevelt. He was found to be in possession of the stolen merchandise.
Jan. 13: The department is investigating an incident where several computers were purchased under a fraudulent account in the name of a Garden City resident.
Jan. 14: A game console and a camera were stolen from a vehicle parked at a Rockaway Avenue residence. A GPS system was stolen from a vehicle parked at a Kingsbury Road residence.
Jan. 15: Officer Oswald stopped a female 24-year-old from Brookhaven for operating an auto southbound on Clinton Road drifting from lane to lane and not signaling a right turn. She was placed under arrest for DWI (.17 percent blood alcohol content), two lane/turn and uninsured operation.
Jan. 15: A male 18-year-old from Garden City was arrested for aggravated harassment after sending numerous harassing and offensive text messages to his former girlfriend.
Jan. 16: Police conducted a commercial vehicle inspection on Clinton Road, inspecting eight vehicles, placing three out of service and issuing 54 tickets for various safety and traffic regulations.
Jan. 16: Upon responding to a call for a domestic incident, a juvenile was arrested for assault and criminal mischief offenses against a family member.
Jan. 16: The police department is investigating alarming and harassing emails being sent to a Franklin Avenue business.
Jan. 17: Garden City police officers assisted the Nassau County Police Department with traffic control due to an auto accident in Garden City Park on Herricks Road. The street was closed due to an electric pole being struck resulting in loose arcing live wires that caused severe road damage that had to be repaired.
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