Rockville Centre Crime Watch, Week of Feb. 7
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A resident of Jefferson Avenue, Rockville Centre reported on Jan. 22 that someone made unauthorized purchases in Delaware, totaling $1,569, against her American Express account.
A 14-year-old resident of Yale Place, Rockville Centre reported that someone sent text messages causing annoyance and alarm.
An employee at 176 N. Village Ave., Rockville Centre reported on Jan. 23 that someone from College Point refused to pay $500 for cosmetic treatment.
An employee of Child Protective Services requested on Jan. 23 that police conduct a well-being check at a Lincoln Court, Rockville Centre residence. No further police action was required.
A resident of Dorchester Road, Rockville Centre reported on Jan. 26 that someone called claiming to have kidnapped her son and demanding that she wire a total of $3,100 to Puerto Rico via Western Union. After complying with the demands, the complainant the determined that none of her children had been kidnapped; they were safe and unharmed.
A resident of N. Forest Avenue, Rockville Centre reported on Jan. 27 that sometime in November, 2012 a male friend from Freeport threatened her with a screw gun while repairing a door lock, causing her to be fearful and alarmed.
A resident of Merrifield Road, Oceanside reported on Jan. 23 that someone damaged his 2008 Pontiac while it was parked at 242 Merrick Road, Rockville Centre.
A resident of 151st Ave., Howard Beach reported on Jan. 21 that two New York State license plates were lost in the vicinity of Lexus Pre-owned cars, located at 666 Sunrise Highway, Rockville Centre.