reported three in the including one in Jericho and another in Plainview.
Authorities also said two cars were reported stolen, including one from the lot at the
The Second Precinct reported the following crimes:
Jan. 28: Criminal mischief, Best Western, Woodbury: windshield smashed.
Jan. 14: Criminal mischief,; Eton Place, Plainview; broken window on house.
Jan. 26: Burglary; Dartmouth Drive, Plainview, basement window entry; unknown loss.
Jan. 26: Burglary; Woodbridge Lane, Jericho: assorted jewelry, costume jewelry stolen.
Jan. 26: Petty larceny; Anthony Jewelers, Syosset: Diamond Baguettes stolen.
Jan. 26: Burglary; Private road, Bayville, Stainless Steel Flatware, dining room set stolen.
Jan. 25: Grand larceny; Plainview; auto stolen.
Jan. 25: Grand larceny; Southwoods Road, Woodbury: Auto stolen.
The following arrest information was supplied by the Nassau County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate convictions.
- Jan. 25: Clayton Riley, 40, charged with possession of a forged instrument, Linden Care, Syosset.
- Jan. 28: Philip Olson, 23, charged with falsely reporting an incident, Jericho Turnpike, Syosset.
- Jan. 29: Tristan Delcastillo, 29, charged with possession of a dangerous weapon, Shop Rite, Plainview.
- Jan. 29: Timothy Janickey, 43, charged with criminal trespassing, Target, Broadway Mall.