Sept. 18: A male 22-year-old from Bethpage was charged with leaving the scene of an accident after striking and damaging a parked vehicle in the Adelphi University parking garage. He was also cited for uninsured operation.
Sept. 20: Loose currency was removed from vehicles parked at two different Hampton Road residences.
Sept. 20: A homeowner returned to her home on Pell Terrace and observed a vehicle blocking her driveway. She also observed the front door to her home was open and damaged. She entered her residence and observed a subject exiting a room with a pillow case containing property from the residence. The subject pointed to his waistband, simulated a weapon and threatened the homeowner before exiting the residence and fleeing the scene in the vehicle that was blocking the driveway. The vehicle is described as red with North Carolina Plates. The subject is described as an African American man in his 40s with short hair, 5-foot, 7-inches to 5-foot, 9-inches with a stocky build wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans.
Sept. 21: Several Garden City youths ages 15 were cited for damaging a lamppost to a Washington Avenue residence.
Sept. 21: An iPhone was reported stolen from Grove Street Park.
Sept. 21: A wallet was removed from a vehicle parked on Cathedral Avenue.
Sept. 21: Officer Oswald stopped a vehicle driving on the wrong side of the road on Meadow Street before making a unsafe turn without signaling onto Clinton Road. Upon further investigation, he was arrested for DWI (.13 percent blood alcohol content), felony aggravated unlicensed operation (license suspended for a prior DWI), three unsafe lane/turn violations and uninsured operation.
Sept. 22: Officer Petraglia stopped a vehicle for traveling 50 mph in a 30-mph zone on Nassau Boulevard. The driver was subsequently charged with aggravated unlicensed operation for an outstanding driver license suspension and speeding.
Sept. 22: A bicycle was stolen from a shed on Lydia Lane.
Sept. 22: A male 28-year-old from Elmont was observed driving on Washington Avenue weaving in his lane and striking the curbing. He was stopped and arrested for DWI (.20 percent blood alcohol content), unsafe lane usage, unlicensed operation and uninsured operation.
Sept. 23: Officer Touhy arrested a female 17-year-old from New Hyde Park for the theft of $566 in assorted clothing from Lord & Taylor.
Sept. 23: Sears security reports that two male subjects entered the store and each of them took a Keurig coffee maker before running from the store without paying for them. Security officers ran after the subjects who then dropped the items in the parking lot before entering a vehicle that sped away from the scene. The investigation is continuing.
Sept. 23: Officer Lamardo stopped a vehicle for traveling 45 mph in a 30-mph zone on Stratford Avenue and subsequently arrested the driver, a 53-year-old New Hyde Park man, for driving while with a license suspended for a prior DWI arrest and speeding.
Sept. 23: Officer Walsh arrested a 39-year-old woman from from Franklin Square for the theft of $470 in assorted clothing from Lord & Taylor.
Sept. 23: Police conducted a commercial vehicle inspection on New Hyde Park Road, inspecting 12 trucks, placing six out of service and issuing 72 tickets for various traffic and safety regulations, including 16 overweight violations and two defective brake violations.
Sept. 23: At 2:20 a.m. an alert resident advised the Police Desk of a suspicious person looking in vehicles in the vicinity of Devereaux Place and Stewart Avenue. Officer Oswald searched the area and located the subject. Upon further investigation, the subject, a 60-year-old man from Hempstead, was found to be in possession of more than $1,000 in electronic and personal items taken from a vehicle parked at a Stewart Avenue residence and for the theft of money from a vehicle parked at a Devereaux Place residence. The investigation is continuing in regards to the subject being responsible for other similar thefts in the village. Garden City police arrested this subject for similar offenses in 2011.
Sept. 24: A 20-year-old man from Bay Shore was issued an appearance ticket for soliciting roofing work without a permit at residences on Kenwood Road and other nearby streets.