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Monday, March 30, 2015
Crime
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The Lynbrook village board is fighting to close a local motel that trustees say is home to criminal activity, including the use and dealing of drugs as well as prostitution. At the March 16 board … more
Two drunk drivers collided with each other in Rockville Centre and seriously injured two passengers on March 21. Peter Serra, 34, of Oceanside, was driving his 2012 Volkswagen SUV the wrong way … more
Another robbery by a knife-wielding man was reported at Fortune Grocery on North Central Avenue last Friday, according to Nassau County Police. A suspect described as a black man, 5 feet 9 and … more
The Nassau County Police Department is investigating links between several bank robberies in the area, including two at the Capital One Bank in Valley Stream. The first occurred on Feb. 9 at 9:32 … more
Police are searching for a single suspect in four armed robberies that took place around Valley Stream between Feb. 9 and March 11. The first incident occurred on Feb. 9 in North Woodmere, where … more
Two males told police that they were robbed while walking through a parking lot at the Green Acres Mall on Friday, Feb. 13 at 6 p.m. The victims, ages 25 and 16, said they were approached by two … more
A knife-wielding man assaulted an employee inside a Rockaway Ave. candy store on Feb. 24, causing minor lacerations to the victim’s hand, before fleeing with a cash register drawer containing … more
A man was charged with robbery on Feb. 13 after he was chased down by witnesses who saw him snatch a teenager’s purse on Shaw Avenue, according to Nassau County Police. The 17-year-old female … more
A male suspect threatened to use a gun when he demanded money from a teller at the Capital One Bank on N. Central Ave. in Valley Stream on Feb. 14, according to Nassau County Police. The suspect … more
Madeline Singas, Nassau County’s new acting district attorney, stopped by Herald Community Newspapers’ Garden City office last Thursday for a discussion with editors and reporters about the views, goals and strategies she brings to the job. The conversation touched on topics from gun violence to illegal drugs, police practices, public corruption and what Singas sees as the need for “smart prosecution,” from crime-prevention strategies to alternatives to jailing young, non-violent offenders. more
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