The following arrest information was supplied by the Garden City Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
June 19: A white SUV struck another vehicle on Franklin Avenue at 15th Street and then fled the scene. There were no injuries reported.
June 20: A burglary was reported at a Middleton Road residence. Sometime between 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., two windows were broken and assorted jewelry and coins were stolen.
June 20: A window to a vehicle parked at a Roosevelt Street residence was broken and an iPod was removed from inside.
June 20: Officers responded to traffic light outages on Washington Avenue apparently due to the extreme heat.
June 22: At 7:35 am, officers responded to PayHalf for a report of a missing person, a Mineola man, 61, who was located by a family member on the roof of the building. The person was reported missing on June 21. The fire department was notified to respond due to the store being closed. EMS personnel responded to the roof via the GCFD Ladder Truck. Entry into the building was made though the main doors and the missing person was then removed to a local hospital for treatment. Click here for more on this story.
June 22-23: Officers responded to numerous storm-related calls including traffic light malfunctions, a railroad gate malfunction, auto accidents, and several alarms.
June 22: The fender to a parked vehicle in Parking Field #11 was damaged by unknown means.
June 23: Officers responded to an alarm at the Mobil Station on Franklin Avenue at 12:20 a.m. and discovered that the entrance door had been damaged, a cigarette machine was knocked over and several packs of cigarettes were missing. GC Detectives are investigating.
June 23: Detectives are investigating fraudulent online charges made against a resident’s credit card account.
June 23: Garden City officers assisted Child Protective Services with an out-of-state custody dispute at a Garden City location.
June 24: Officers Petraglia and Oswald were conducting a traffic investigation on Franklin Avenue with their emergency lights activated when they observed another vehicle traveling northbound, swerving from lane-to-lane at a high rate of speed. The vehicle then veered towards the police cars almost striking one of the officers. The vehicle was stopped and upon their investigation, the driver, a 30-year-old man from Roosevelt, was arrested for aggravated DWI (.18% BAC), reckless driving, failure to move left of emergency vehicles, unsafe lane operation, failure to wear seatbelt, unlicensed operation, unregistered operation and uninspected operation.
June 24: A fence to a Pell Terrace residence was found damaged.
June 24: The department is investigating an incident at where two female subjects stole 14 tank tops valued at $450 from the Kardashian Department of the store.
June 25: Heavy rain storms in the morning resulted in officers responding to several stor-related calls including residential/business alarm activations, a fire call, traffic light malfunctions, and an auto accident.
June 25: While conducting traffic enforcement on Clinton Road, Officer Sansone stopped a vehicle for a defective taillight. Further inquiries revealed that the driver, a 35-year-old man from Baldwin, had a suspended driver license and was operating a vehicle with a suspended registration. He was cited for aggravated unlicensed operation, suspended registration, defective lights and uninsured operation.
June 26: Officers monitored several polling locations throughout the village for the Primary Elections.
June 26: A Mongoose bicycle that was chained to a bike rack at the Nassau Boulevard Railroad Station was reported stolen.
June 27: At 3 a.m., Patrol Officer Wedra was on patrol when he observed a vehicle traveling south on Cherry Valley Avenue with the left front wheel missing, extensive damage to the driver’s side of the vehicle and deployed side airbags. Officer Wedra stopped the vehicle and it was determined that the vehicle had just struck and damaged a street lamp post on Washington Avenue. The driver, a 50-year-old man from Franklin Square, was arrested for Aggravated DWI (.21% BAC) and leaving the scene of an accident. The driver did not report any injuries and there were no passengers in the vehicle.
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