'97 Chevy, Kort Chevrolet, Jericho Turnpike, New Hyde Park
'93 Nissan, Roosevelt Field
'97 Jeep, Westbury Jeep, Jericho Turnpike, Westbury
'90 Lincoln, Sheridan Bowl, East Jericho Turnpike, Mineola
'91 Honda, Loehmann's, Union Turnpike, New Hyde Park
'94 Mercedes, Marietta Drive, Westbury
'86 Chevy, Movie Store, Merchants Cove, Westbury
'86 Nissan, Monitor Street/Grand Boulevard, Westbury
'97 Mazda, Roosevelt Field
'91 Honda, Roosevelt
'89 Acura, Roosevelt Raceway, Loew's Movie
'87 Chevy, Notre Dame Church, New Hyde Park Road
'95 Acura, Stewart Avenue, East Garden City
'95 Honda, Woodville Lane, Searingtown
Third Squad detectives report the arrest of three Westbury men for assault and reckless endangerment that occurred in New Cassel at 11:30 p.m. According to detectives, a 5-year-old boy was struck in the face with eggs allegedly hurled by three men while a passenger in a vehicle operated by his father eastbound on Union Avenue near Covert Street. When his father, aged 20, and mother, aged 22, exited the vehicle the three men allegedly hurled glass beer bottles at them. The 5-year-old suffered contusions, swelling and pain to his head. No other reported injuries. A 20-year-old, a 25-year-old and a 16-year-old, all males and all from Westbury, were arrested in the area a short time later and charged.
A home on Earl Street, East Williston was entered through the garage resulting in the loss of jewelry and cash.
A home on Willis Avenue, Roslyn Heights, was entered, resulting in the loss of cash.
Third Squad detectives report the arrest of a New York man for a robbery that occurred in Carle Place at 12:45 p.m. According to detectives a 43-year-old of East 117 Street, in Manhattan, left Tower Records, Old Country Road, with assorted merchandise without paying for it. When confronted by a security guard he pushed, shoved and struggled with him and the guard suffered abrasions to his hand, knee and elbow. He then broke an antenna from a parked car and menaced the security guard with the antenna. He was arrested and charged.
A home on Superior Road, Bellerose Terrace, was entered resulting in the loss of a bike and a jacket.
Golf items were removed from Golf U.S.A. on Jericho Turnpike, but were recovered by the police.
Third Squad detectives are investigating a robbery that occurred at 7:30 p.m. in Williston Park. According to the investigating detective, two males, one armed with a handgun entered the Mini Mart on Hillside Avenue, Williston Park and confronted a 25-year-old clerk inside. The subjects ordered the victim to a back room and took cash, cigarettes and lottery tickets from the office. The subjects fled the scene in an unknown direction. These two subjects went on to steal further in the area, but the Illustrated has been informed, due to the hard work of the Third Precinct, these individuals have been arrested.
A Brentwood man is under arrest following two incidents that occurred in Westbury. At 8 a.m. an 86-year-old woman was in front of her home on Roxbury Road about to pick up her newspaper when a male walked up and picked up the paper. The man then walked into the front door of the house with the woman following, protesting about her paper. The woman continued yelling at the man as she entered the house behind him. Once both of them were inside, the male closed the door and locked it with the security chain.
The man then undressed himself and forcefully removed some of the woman's clothing. He punched the woman repeatedly and pushed her against a wall several time before he attempted to rape her. The victim stated to the male that she was expecting friends at any moment and the male apparently got scared and fled from the house. Two neighbors observed him leaving and they called police. Minutes later police received a second call from a 12-year-old who stated that a man was attempting to break into his Stratford Drive home, which is located around the block from the Roxbury Road home.
Police arrived and Police Officer Frederick Trillo arrested a 19-year-old from Brentwood. He was arrested and charged.
The female victim was examined and treated for contusions, abrasions and lacerations at a local hospital.
Four people were injured when a German Shepherd attacked a mother and her two children at 11:55 a.m. in Mineola.
A 34-year-old woman was in the front yard of her McKinley Parkway home with her two sons; one age 1 year and the other 4 years old, when a neighbors dog attacked them for no apparent reason. The mother was bitten on both legs and buttocks.
The 4-year-old received puncture wounds to his head and face as well as a possible fractured right leg. The infant was bitten on his neck.
The dog's owner controlled the dog, but received a bite to her left wrist while doing so. All four were taken to Winthrop Hospital, Mineola. The dog was voluntarily surrendered to the North Hempstead Animal Shelter.
At the Parkville Lane School, Westbury, a man asked an 8-year-old girl to get into his car. She fled.