THE OFFICE CAT


 

 

Shoplifting arrests: Garden City Police arrested a 34 year old New Hyde Park man for the alleged theft of merchandise valued at $125 from Lord and Taylor on December 26th. A 40 year old Garden City Park woman was arrested the same day for allegedly taking $327 of merchandise Lord and Taylor.

Credit card fraud: On December 27th a Garden City resident reported that $2,700 in unauthorized charges were made against her credit card account.

Stalking arrest: On December 28th Garden City Detectives arrested a 46 year old Woodmere man for allegedly stalking a 45 year old Garden City man. He was charged with Stalking and Aggravated Harassment.

Fallen tree: On December 28th a large tree limb fell blocking the railroad tracks in the vicinity of Clinton Road.

Vehicle entered: On December 29th, a vehicle was rummaged through while parked at a Coventry Road residence. There is no reported loss at this time.

Unauthorized charges: On December 29th, Officers investigated an unauthorized charge of $950 against a resident’s credit card account at a local store.

Basement flood: Garden City police and firefighters assisted at a residence which had a flooded basement. Firefighters turned off the water and electric service until professional repairs could be made.

Credit card fraud: Police investigated a report on December 30th in which a resident had an unauthorized charge of $900 against a credit card at a local store.

DWI arrest: On December 30th, upon the investigation of a property damage vehicle crash at the Garden City Hotel, police arrested 56 year old Scarsdale man for Aggravated DWI

(more than .18% BAC),

Aggravated Unlicensed

Operation (suspended

License), Unregistered

Vehicle Operation.

More vehicle entry: Another vehicle was rummaged through on December 30th, while parked at a Rockaway Avenue residence. There is no reported loss at this time. The following day, a vehicle was gone through at a Chelsea Road residence. Again, there was no reported loss.

Storm calls: On December 30th, Officers responded to multiple calls due to wintery weather conditions throughout the Village including auto accidents, dangerous road conditions, residential alarm calls, minor fire calls, and a traffic light malfunction.

Middle School flooded: As a result of a ruptured water pipe, Officers responded to the Garden City Middle School for flooding conditions in the basement and kitchen on December 30th.

Unauthorized use of vehicle: On January 2nd, Garden City Police arrested a 44 year old Garden City man for theft of a vehicle belonging to another family member without permission or consent. He was charged with Unauthorized Use of an Auto.

Lights out: Officers responded to a traffic light malfunction at the intersection of Clinton Road and Commercial Avenue on January 2nd.

Water everywhere: On January 2nd police responded to a water main break on Harvard Street.

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