The Garden City Crime Report

September 20, 2017 - garden totes

Elizabeth Cendan, 39, of Garden City, was arrested on Aug. 21 and charged with shoplifting from Nordstrom Rack, located on Old Country Road in East Garden City.

Catherine Javaherian, 40, of Great Neck, was arrested on Aug. 18 and charged with shoplifting from Macy’s, located on Old Country Road in East Garden City.

An worker in a Garden City Plaza business bureau reports a burglary of 3 credit cards from her wallet on Aug. 16. The cards were subsequently used for unapproved purchases in Brooklyn.

During a corner review with Nassau County Probation, Garden City officers arrested a 22-year-old male from Mineola on Aug. 17 for pushing with 6 motorist permit suspensions. He was charged with aggravated unlawful operation and lapsed registration.

Twelve 2.5” coronet hose valves were reported stolen from a garages of 1225 and 1325 Franklin Ave. on Aug. 17.

Officers investigated a rapist effect to a automobile parked outward a blurb building on 2nd Avenue on Aug. 17.

An officer reserved to trade coercion stopped a automobile on Clinton Road for extreme speed on Aug. 17. Upon investigation, a driver, a 22-year-old male from Roosevelt, was charged with pushing with a dangling license.

A encumber parking poster was reported stolen from a automobile parked during a 3rd Street chateau on Aug. 18.

Officers responded to reports of mixed infirm vehicles on Cherry Valley Avenue as good as Meadow Street due to flooding conditions caused by complicated rains on Aug. 18.

Officers investigated a rapist effect where low scratches were found on a automobile parked in a Hayes Street drive on Aug. 19.

Officers investigated a news of fake charges surpassing $2,100 opposite a resident’s credit label comment on Aug. 21.

On Aug. 22, a womanlike plant settled she was walking her dog on Grove Street when a automobile described as an comparison indication light colored minivan stopped and a motorist asked her directions while behaving a licentious act. The automobile afterwards left a scene. The motorist is described as a white man, 20-30 years of age, middle build, with somewhat prolonged curly brownish-red hair.

A womanlike plant reported someone pennyless a back driver’s side window to her car,which was parked in Garden City Plaza, and stole a receptacle bag on Aug. 22.

Officers investigated several reports of thefts from vehicles in a executive and eastern sections of a encampment during a overnight hours on Aug. 23. Items stolen embody a wallet, income and other personal items.

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