'96 Honda Accord, Hofstra, Uniondale
'85 Pontiac, Ellison Avenue, Westbury
'85 Buick, Edwards, Hempstead Turnpike,
'90 Volkswagen, Jefferson, Westbury
'94 Searingtown Road, Searingtown
'96 Jeep, Roslyn Road, Old Country Road, Mineola
'97 Nissan, Levitz, East Gate Boulevard
'85 Oldsmobile Cutlas, Horton Highway, Mineola
'90 Mazda, Wilson Avenue, Westbury
'94 Nissan, Toys R Us, Carle Place
'93 Ford, North Second Street, New Hyde Park
'94 Lincoln, Marshalls, Old Country Road, Westbury
'94 Lexus, Omni Building, Earl Ovington Boulevard
'91 Lincoln, Lake Success Shopping, New Hyde Park
'90 Toyota, McKinley Parkway, Mineola
'82 Pontiac Firebird, Post Avenue, Westbury
'89 Toyota, Sterns, Roosevelt Field
'71 Volkswagen Super, Nordstroms, Roosevelt Field
'84 Nissan , Amoco, Union Avenue
'98 Honda Civic, Lowes, Corporate Drive, Westbury
'95 Dodge Avenger, Brooklyn Avenue, New Cassel
A residence on Mineola Boulevard, Mineola was entered through an unknown entrance resulting in the loss of a camcorder.
The Third Squad reports the arrest of a New Hyde Park man for leaving the scene of an accident, involving personal injury, at 8:20 p.m. in Williston Park. According to detectives, at 8:15 a.m. it is alleged that, after reportedly engaging in a verbal argument with the victim, a school crossing guard assigned to the Hillside Grade School crossing at Maple Drive, West, New Hyde Park, over an alleged parking violation, the defendant drove from the scene, striking the victim in the leg as he did. The 42-year-old victim was transported to Winthrop Hospital where she was treated and released. Subsequent to investigation, Third Squad detectives arrested a 42-year-old resident of Hillside Boulevard, New Hyde Park, in connection with the incident.
The Narcotic Bureau reports the arrest of a Commack man for passing a forged prescription in Carle Place. According to detectives, it is alleged that at 11 a.m the defendant, a 25-year-old from Ronkonkoma, passed a forged prescription for Vicodin, a narcotic painkiller, at Waldbaum's Pharmacy, Carle Place. A pharmacist became suspicious and notified police who arrested him when he later returned to pick up the drug. The defendant is a former X-ray technician in Commack where the prescription was obtained.
The sex crimes squad reports the details of two arrests made in connection with a rape that occurred on the campus of Hofstra University. According to detectives, on Nov. 9, the defendants and the victim, all Hofstra students were present in the Esta Brook Hall dormitory room of a 23-year-old male. At that same location between the hours of 2 and 5 a.m. it is alleged that the 23-year-old male and another 20-year-old male did sexually assault the victim. One Hofstra male was arrested on Nov. 17 and the other on Nov. 19. They were arraigned in First District Court.
A residence on Pinecone Lane, Westbury was entered through a front door resulting in the loss of a pocketbook and its contents.
Vanderpoel Hall, at Hofstra University, was entered through the front door resulting in the loss of credit cards and cash.
A woman was attacked on Washington Avenue in New Hyde Park.
A service station on Old Country Road, Carle Place was held up resulting in the loss of cash.
Homicide detectives are investigating a stabbing that resulted in the death of a 19-year-old Hempstead teen that occurred at 4:30 a.m. in Hempstead. The teen was found in the area of North Franklin Avenue and Fulton by a Daily News driver. Hempstead police were notified and the victim was taken to Mercy Hospital where he expired at 7:10 a.m. Detectives are requesting that if anyone has knowledge of the incident to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All calls will remain anonymous.
A residence on Hark Lane, Westbury, was entered through a rear window resulting in the loss of jewelry.
A man who was banned from Bloomingdale's, Roosevelt Field, entered the store and removed a jacket.
A male with a gun held up the Dairy Barn, Old Country Road, Westbury, resulting in the loss of cash.
A residence on Westbury Avenue, Carle Place was entered, resulting in the loss of jewelry.