Nassau police are seeking the public’s help in identifying subjects who took part in a grand larceny in the parking lot of a King Kullen store in Manhasset earlier this year.
Police say, two unidentified men stole a purse containing bank cards along with assorted personal items from the rear of a parked vehicle on June 27 at 12:45 p.m
The thieves fled in an unknown direction from the scene of the crime at 1430 Northern Blvd.
Anyone with information regarding the unknown subjects is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS (8477).
Doc Arrested with Pills, Forged Prescriptions
Nassau County Police arrested a Greenvale doctor on drug and
prescription forgery charges Monday after finding a horde of pills and
prescription sheets in his parked car.
Dr. Edmond Hakimi, 32, is charged with three counts of second-degree forgery and seven counts seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance after a search of his 2013 Jeep yielded a number of pills.
Officers from the Criminal Intelligence Rapid Response Team approached the parked vehicle at 10:15 p.m. in the rear lot at 560 Northern Blvd. in Great Neck. Hakimi was found sitting in the front seat with a white powdery substance believed to be Xanax or Adderall, police said.
A search of the Jeep turned up two suboxone film strips, a cigarette pack containing three white pills identified as Alprazolam, a prescription bottle in the name of another that contained 27 yellow pills believed to be Clonazepam, a prescription bottle in another’s name that contained three yellow pills believed to be Alprazolam, a white bottle containing a leafy substance believed to be marijuana, five blank prescription sheets and three prescriptions in the defendants name.
Police said further investigation also recovered a container of 144 yellow pills believed to be Alprazolam, 27 pink pills believed to be amphetamine and a white powdery substance believed to be Cialis.
Hakimi was arraigned Tuesday at First District Court in Hempstead.
Duo Charged with New Hyde Park Burglary
A man and woman from Franklin Square have been arrested for allegedly burglarizing two apartments on Jericho Turnpike in New Hyde Park on Saturday, Aug. 24.
According to detectives, at about 4:32 p.m. on Aug. 24, Frank Simone, 29 and Allyson Tibaldi, 26, went to a commercial building on Jericho Turnpike with their three-year old daughter. While Tibaldi kept watch, Simone climbed to a second story landing and entered two apartments, stealing jewelry and prescription narcotics before the two fled the scene.
Both were taken into custody on Wednesday, Aug. 28. Tibaldi was arrested at her residence at 2:10 a.m. while Simone was located on Sunrise Highway in Bellmore at 4:20 a.m.
They are each charged with two counts of second degree burglary and endangering the welfare of a child. Simone was also charged with third degree unauthorized use of a vehicle. They were to be arraigned at First District Court in Hempstead on Aug. 28.
Syosset Firefighter Accused of Forging Prescription
A Syosset volunteer firefighter was recently charged with stealing a prescription form from his employer to get Percocet pain pills, according to Newsday.
William Sauberman, 27, of Woodbury was arrested Aug. 13 and charged with forgery, criminal possession of a forged instrument and grand larceny and has been arraigned in in First District Court in Hempstead.
Sauberman allegedly stole the form from his employer at Sports Associates of Long Island in Woodbury, where he worked as a medical assistant and IT administrator, and filled it out for 120 Percocets.
According to Newsday, the Syosset Fire Department, where Sauberman is a volunteer firefighter and EMT, filed internal charges against him on Aug. 20. It's unknown if they are related to the forgery arrest.
A source told Patch that Sauberman has been suspended from the department indefinitely as of Aug. 20.
Sauberman will return to court Sept. 5.