Crime Blotter: Lord & Taylor Cashier Busted For Stealing From Registers

An 18-year-old from Hempstead was charged with two counts of petit larceny.

Lord & Taylor on Franklin Avenue in Garden City.
Lord & Taylor on Franklin Avenue in Garden City.
The following arrest information was supplied by the Garden City Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Dec. 3: An unknown vehicle struck and damaged an unoccupied parked vehicle in Parking Field 11.

Dec. 4: A 51-year-old woman reports the theft of her wallet, containing credit cards and cash, while she was in the vicinity of a Franklin Avenue ATM machine.

Dec. 4: A Jefferson Street resident reports the theft of deliveries from a courier service that was left at the front of the house. A Roosevelt Street resident reports a similar theft.

Dec. 4: Loose change and sunglasses were reported stolen from a vehicle parked at a Brook Street residence.

Dec. 5: The department is investigating a forgery of a resident’s personal check in the amount of $850.

Dec. 5: A computer valued at $2,400 was purchased at an online store using the identity and credit of a resident without authorization or permission.

Dec. 6: An unauthorized cell phone account was opened using the identity and credit information of a resident.

Dec. 6: Officers assisted MTA Police with a traffic/safety detail caused by a vehicle fire on the railroad tracks in the vicinity of the New Hyde Park train station.

Dec. 7: At 10;40 p.m. Officer Russell observed a vehicle traveling north on Clinton Road without its headlights on. The vehicle was stopped at Brook Street and the operator, a 32-year-old man from Glen Cove, was arrested after it was determined that he had 24 outstanding driver's license suspensions. He was also charged with uninsured operation and driving without the vehicle’s headlights on.

Dec. 7: Officer Dallolio arrested a cashier from Lord & Taylor for the theft of $600 from a register on Dec. 7 and $420 from a register on Dec. 5. The cashier, an 18-year-old from Hempstead, was charged with two counts of petit larceny.

Dec. 7: A wallet was stolen from a vehicle parked in Nassau County Parking Field #7.

Dec. 7: A Meadbrook Road resident reports that an item she purchased was missing from an envelope sent via the U.S. mail.

Dec. 8: Officer Oswald observed a vehicle with four occupants traveling south on Prospect Avenue at an unsafe speed causing it to swerve. The vehicle made an unsafe wide right turn onto the wrong side of Meadow Street almost striking a vehicle traveling east and then continued to stay on the wrong side of the road before turning onto Lafayette Street where the operator turned off his headlights but continued driving. Officer Oswald stopped the vehicle and subsequently arrested the operator, a 23-year-old man from Hempstead, for DWI (.10 percent blood alcohol content), reckless driving, unsafe speed, headlights not illuminated and three lane/turn violations.

Dec. 8: Police officers and Special Police officers provided security and traffic control for the village tree lighting ceremony held on Stewart Avenue.

Dec. 9: An iPhone 4 was reported lost or stolen on Seventh Street.

Dec. 9: Officer Graber arrested two women, aged 54 and 25, both from Elmont, for the theft of $622 in merchandise from Lord & Taylor. The 54-year-old was also charged with possession of burglary tools for using scissors to remove security tags from the stolen merchandise.

Dec. 9: The department is investigating an identity theft where someone opened a credit account in another person’s name and proceeded to charge $3,900 against the account.

Dec. 10: Officers assisted Locust School with an emergency drill.

Dec. 11: Officer Wehr stopped a vehicle on Meadow Street for an equipment violation. Upon investigation, the driver, a 40-year-old man from Roosevelt, was arrested for having nine outstanding driver license suspensions, a suspended registration, the equipment violation and uninsured operation.


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