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Police Blotter: St. Paul's Theft, 3 Injured in DWI Crash

See what crimes and other incidents were reported this week in Garden City.

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

May 24: A metal vent was stolen from the property of St. Paul’s.

May 24: On different occasions over the past week, a vehicle parked in Garden City Plaza was found to be covered in eggs, coffee, gum and marker pen ink.

May 24: As part of the nationwide "Click it or Ticket" campaign, officers conducted a passenger safety checkpoint on Clinton Road, which resulted in the issuance of 33 tickets, 26 of which were for seatbelt and occupant safety violations.

May 24: Officer Sansone was conducting traffic enforcement on Washington Avenue when he observed a 25-year-old West Hempstead man driving a vehicle northbound at 45 mph in a 30 mph zone. The vehicle was stopped and upon an investigation, the driver was arrested for aggravated unlicensed operation for having 10 open license suspensions, unlicensed operation, obstructed rear plate, and speeding.

May 25: A pair of sneakers was stolen from the front of a Third Street residence.

May 25: Officer Sansone stopped a vehicle on Meadow Street for speeding (45 mph in a 30 mph zone). A computer check revealed that the plates on the vehicle belonged to another vehicle and the driver, a 66-year-old man from Kings Park, was unlicensed. The driver was cited for speeding, unlicensed operation, switched license plates, unregistered vehicle, uninspected vehicle and uninsured operation.

May 25: Officers responded to the rear of Citibank on Franklin Avenue. It was determined that a Medford man, 35, had parked his vehicle in a handicap space with the engine running and entered the bank. The vehicle then jumped a curb, striking and damaging bushes, a handicap walk handrail and a light pole. The driver then left the scene. As a result of Officer Reilly’s investigation, the subject was located at a local towing yard and was cited for leaving the scene of an accident, leaving a vehicle unattended and parking in a handicap space without a permit.

May 26: The police are investigating the reported theft of a computer from a Garden City Plaza business.

May 26: A decorative flower pot was removed from the rear yard of a Rockaway Avenue residence.

May 26: A pedestrian crossing sign was found damaged at the corner pf Cathedral Avenue and Seventh Street.

May 27: An Apple iPhone was reported stolen from the vicinity of a Brixton Road residence.

May 27: Officers responded to a Garden City residence for a hang up 911 call. When they arrived at the scene it was determined that a domestic incident had taken place where an 18-year-old man damaged cabinets, moldings and a computer inside the residence. It was also determined that the subject took the phone away from a family member who was attempting to call the police. The subject fled the scene on foot, but was apprehended by the responding officers. When the subject was placed in the police vehicle, he kicked the rear window of the vehicle damaging the window and frame. He was charged with two counts of felony criminal mischief, and disabling a phone device.

May 28: A bike was taken from the rear yard of a Stewart Avenue residence.

May 29: Officers responded to a two-vehicle accident on New Hyde Park Road near Dartmouth Street at 1:40 a.m. The investigation revealed that a 22-year-old man from Franklin Square was driving north on New Hyde Park Road when he crossed into the southbound lanes, striking another vehicle occupied by a male and female, both from Elmont. All parties were transported to Winthrop Hospital for multiple injuries. The Franklin Square male was arrested for aggravated DWI (.21% BAC), assault, reckless endangerment, reckless driving, and uninsured operation

If you have questions about this crime report, email Tara.Conry@Patch.com.

Jack O'Niel May 31, 2012 at 05:57 PM
May 27: Officers responded to a Garden City residence for a hang up 911 call. Hmm, I'd like to know where this nut lives or at least the vicinity please.
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