October 4, 2012 | 1092 views
Rockville Centre crime watch; Week of Oct. 4
A resident of 58th Street, West New York, New Jersey was arrested on Sept. 18 and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation and VTL violations after an investigation by police personnel in Municipal Parking Field 12.
A resident of South Franklin Avenue, Hempstead was arrested on Sept. 22 and charged with trespass, possession of burglar tools and two open warrants after a police investigation in the vicinity of Molloy College at 1000 Hempstead Ave., Rockville Centre.
The following dayA resident of Charing Cross Road, Baldwin was arrested and charged with assault after an investigation in the vicinity of N. Village Avenue, Rockville Centre.
A resident of Orlando Avenue, West Hempstead was arrested and charged with assault in connection with the same incident.
A resident of Pinebrook Avenue, West Hempstead was arrested in connection with the same incident and charged with assault.
A resident of Stewart Avenue, Bethpage reported on Sept. 17 that the previous month, someone assaulted him in the vicinity of Dark Horse, 12 S. Park Ave., Rockville Centre, resulting in three facial fractures and a knee injury.
A resident of Dogwood Lane, Berkley Heights, New Jersey reported on Sept. 22 that someone struck him in the right eye while in front of Beach House, at 21 S. Park Ave., resulting in injury requiring medical attention at South Nassau Communities Hospital.
A resident of Allen Road, Rockville Centre reported on Sept. 21 that someone entered his residence through the kitchen window and stole a Lenovo V570 laptop computer valued at $1,000.
A resident of Dahill Road, Old Bethpage reported on Sept. 17 that he lost his wallet in the vicinity of Kasey’s Kitchen and Cocktails, 23 N. Park Ave., Rockville Centre and shortly afterward someone used his TD Bank debit card to make a purchase at Exxon, 345 Sunrise Highway, Rockville Centre.
A resident of West Avenue, Hicksville reported on Sept. 19 that someone stole $80 from his 2001 Ford that was parked at Skelos Sports Complex.
The same day, a resident of Maple Avenue, Farmingdale reported that someone stole $100 and an iPad valued at $800 from his vehicle while it was parked at Skelos field.