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Fourth Precinct Report, Aug. 7-14

Police report arrests for shoplifting and DWI and incidents of theft and mischief.

The following information was supplied by the Nassau County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate convictions.

Arrests

  • Jane Cramerscheriff, 56, of Long Beach, was arrested on Aug. 9 and arrested for shoplifting at the Loehmanns at 1296 Broadway in Hewlett.
  • Syaad Amin Ramkellawan, 23, of Long Beach, was arrested on Aug. 13 and charged for DWI on Waukena Avenue in Oceanside.

Incidents

  • An unknown person(s) between Aug. 8 and 9 removed personal papers and $10 from an unlocked vehicle that was parked on Edward Avenue in Woodmere.
  • An unknown suspect(s) between Aug. 9 and 10 took $30 from an unlocked vehicle that was parked on Forest Avenue in Woodmere.
  • An unknown person(s) between Aug. 9 and 10 stole a flashlight from a vehicle that was parked on Hewlett Avenue in Hewlett.
  • An unknown person(s) between Aug. 9 and 10 removed a GPS unit and $20 from a vehicle that was parked on Glen Drive in Woodmere.
  • An unknown person(s) between Aug. 9 and 10 took loose change from an unlocked vehicle that was parked on Eastwood Road in Woodmere.
  • An unknown person(s) between Aug. 9 and 10 scratched the driver’s side door of a vehicle that was parked on Bryant Street in Woodmere.
  • An unknown person(s) on Aug. 10 removed $10 from a vehicle that was parked on Cedarwood Drive in Cedarhurst.
  • An unknown person(s) between Aug. 11 and 12 took a sweater and $30 from a vehicle that was parked on Carlyle Street in Cedarhurst.
Carmela Soprano August 17, 2012 at 10:58 AM
There were a rash of larcenies from vehicles in the North Lawrence and Inwood areas as well in the last week. All from unlocked vehicles. Some on the street, some in the driveway.
Igwheet August 17, 2012 at 02:39 PM
Remember to report every single crime, no matter what it is and no matter how small; even graffiti and minor vandalism. The greater the number of crime reports that come into the precinct, the greater the number of police patrols the precinct must assigned to the area. Robbery in the 5 Towns has spiked dramatically in the past year. When every single incident is reported to the precinct, the statistics will reflect the increase, and the police are forced to respond with more manpower. Otherwise, resources will be diverted elsewhere, and the 5 Towns will be deprived of the essential proactive policing we need to ensure the security of our property, and the safety of our families and neighbors. To report a crime in Nassau County, there is no need to call the precinct directly. Just call 911.
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Mike August 18, 2012 at 01:25 AM
Call 911 to report minor vandalism and graffiti? Hmm that does not sound like the correct use for the 911 system to me. It's for life-threatening emergencies only if not just call the station house
Chaim Sandler August 23, 2012 at 06:49 PM
Mike is correct. 911 is for emergency's only. To report an incident call the 4th Pct. at 516-573-6400 and ask that a report be filed.

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