December 20, 2012 | 670 views
Rockville Centre Crime Watch, Week of Dec. 20
A resident of Hempstead was arrested on Dec. 7 and charged with petit larceny, criminal possession of stolen property and trespass after an investigation on Voorhis Avenue, Rockville Centre.
An employee of Community National Bank, at 333 Merrick Road, Rockville Centre reported on Dec. 7 that someone placed an object suspected of possibly being a bomb on a table and stole money from the bank. The man fled westbound on Merrick Road.
A resident of Locust Avenue, Rockville Centre reported on Dec. 7 that someone entered his residence through a ground floor bathroom window and stole jewelry, valued at $900.
A resident of N. Long Beach Road, Rockville Centre reported that someone stole his iPhone, valued at $500, from his unsecured locker at South Side High School.
A resident of Floral Avenue, Bethpage reported on Dec. 7 that someone stole a New York State driver’s license, credit card, keys and Garmin GPS, valued at $350, from his unlocked car while it was parked at 80 N. Park Avenue, Rockville Centre.
A resident of 227 Street, Laurelton reported on Dec. 7 that someone stole an iPhone, valued at $200, from Mercy Medical Center.
A resident of Voorhis Avenue, Rockville Centre reported on Dec. 7 that someone stole an EZ Pass and approximately $2 in coins from her 2010 GMC.
A resident of Maude Street, South Hempstead reported on Dec. 8 that someone stole his wallet from the counter of Subway, located at 218 N. Long Beach Road, Rockville Centre.
A resident of Nierrifield Avenue, Oceanside reported on Dec. 6 that someone forged and cashed a business check for $4,500 without authorization.
A resident of Intervale, Rockville Centre reported on Dec. 7 that someone used a NEFCU debit card number to make unauthorized transactions, totaling $1,264.83, against his account.
A resident of Oxford Road, Rockville Centre reported on Dec. 8 that someone opened a G.M. Capital One account using his personal information without authorization and made $11,000 in transactions against his account.
A resident of Texas reported on Dec. 7 that his car was damaged while at U-Haul at 240 Maple Avenue, Rockville Centre
A resident of Newton, Massachusetts reported on Dec. 9 that two New York State license plates were missing from Canterbury Road, Rockville Centre.