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Fourth Precinct Report, July 31 to Aug. 7

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

  • Peter M. Fishburne, 49, of Florida, was arrested on Aug. 2 and charged with shoplifting at the at 605 Rockaway Turnpike in North Lawrence.

The Fourth Precinct reports that the following individuals were arrested and charged with DWI:

  • Dennis L. Jones, 33, of Freeport, on Aug. 1 on Windsor Parkway in Oceanside
  • Charles J. Jordan, 20, of Oceanside, on Aug. 4 on Waukena Avenue in Oceanside
  • Doris Milea-Melendez, 41, of Baldwin, on Aug. 4 on Merrick Road in Oceanside
  • Theresa A. Pawlowski, 57, of East Rockaway, on Aug. 6 on Ocean Avenue in East Rockaway

Incidents

  • An unknown person(s) between July 30 and 31 took a camcorder, sunglasses, duffle bag and headsets from a vehicle that was parked on Meadow Road in Inwood.
  • An unknown person(s) between Aug. 1 and 2 removed a GPS unit from a vehicle that was parked on Meadow Road in Inwood.
  • An unknown person(s) between Aug. 1 and 2 broke the rear windshield of a vehicle that was parked on Harvard Road in Woodmere.
  • An unknown person(s) between Aug. 2 and 3 scratched the passenger side door of a vehicle that was parked on Kearny Drive in Woodmere.

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HURST TOOL August 12, 2012 at 06:48 PM
these crime blotters really keep me at ease and feeling safe! thank god nothing serious happens in our area and the only arrests are for dwi and shoplifting at costco and burlington coat. Open up your eyes people, if this is what you really think happens day in day out, your in the clouds too...This is far from the complete list of incidents that occur in this time frame. The county wants us to think it is! Where are all the home burglaries in woodmere, where are the stick ups in north lawrence or the little small scale riot at an inwood housing complex. It's open season on cars and anything that isn't nailed down lately in Lawrence. Wait until our 4th pct. is merged with the 5th soon. Not taking a jab at the patch for reporting, you can only report what's provided to you. And our local cops are chasing down thugs and making arrests too for far more serious stuff than the petty thefts at our retail stores we read about. Tell us what really goes on around here ED!
Robert G. Schwarz August 12, 2012 at 06:52 PM
They didint post about the 8 cars on Glen Drive in Woodmere which were broken into in one night, or the others in woodmere either. Thieves have been having a field day recently. When is it going to stop??

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