Rockville Centre Crime Watch, Week of Dec. 6, 2012
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A resident of Sprucewood Avenue, Levittown, reported on Nov. 23 that someone stole a pocketbook containing credit cards, miscellaneous paperwork and $40 while on a NICE bus traveling from Uniondale to Rockville Centre.
A resident of Hayes Street, Baldwin, reported on Nov. 24 that someone stole a Canon camera, valued at $2,000, from Extra Butter clothing store, 266 Merrick Road, Rockville Centre.
A resident of Windermere Place, Rockville Centre, reported on Nov. 19 that someone made unauthorized purchases in Massachusetts and New Hampshire from her TD Bank account without authorization.
Cannon’s Blackthorn owner was issued an appearance ticket on Nov. 22 charging him with an ABC violation of a disorderly premise regarding the disturbance and assault, which resulted in multiple arrests. [See Arrests].
A resident of Cedarhurst reported on Nov. 21 that the rear bumper of his 2012 Hyundai was damaged while parked on Sunrise Highway, in the vicinity of Morris Avenue.
A resident of White Star Avenue, W. Hempstead reported on Nov. 24 that his 1992 Toyota, parked on Meehan Lane, Rockville Centre, was damaged.
A resident of S. Park Avenue reported on Nov. 22 that her gold bracelet, valued at $5,000, was lost while she was shopping at various locations in Rockville Centre.
A resident of Charlotte, North Carolina reported on Nov. 25 that she lost her North Carolina driver license while at Churchill’s, located at 18 S. Park Ave., Rockville Centre.