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Cops: Rocks Thrown Through Car, Home Windows

(File photo)
(File photo)

13 instances of criminal mischief to homes and cars were reported across Nassau County last week, according to Nassau County Police.

Homeowners in East Rockaway and Seaford reported rocks had been thrown through house windows on April 24 and 25. On April 26 and 28, rocks were reportedly thrown through car windshields in Valley Stream and Hewlett respectively.

Other incidents included spray paint graffiti at a high school, slashed car tires, and damaged car mirrors.

Here's the full rundown from Nassau County Police:

Criminal Mischief

  • April 24: Wyngate Drive West, North Valley Stream; front door of home damaged.
  • April 24: Adams Road, East Rockaway; rock thrown through home's window.
  • April 25: Lawrence Road, Seaford; rocks thrown through home's window and PVC fence damaged.
  • April 27: Clayton Avenue, East Atlantic Beach; PVC fence damaged.
  • April 30: Hicksville High School; rear part of main building spray painted.

Criminal Mischief to Cars

  • April 25: Lauman Lane, Hicksville; multiple cars reportedly damaged.
  • April 26: Dogwood Road, Valley Stream; rock thrown through car windshield.
  • April 27: Wellington Road, East Meadow; driver-side mirror damaged on car.
  • April 28: Bergman Drive, Hewlett; rock thrown through car windshield.
  • April 29: Hollywood Crossing, Lawrence; three tires on car reported damaged.
  • April 29: Central Avenue, Cedarhurst; car tires slashed.
  • April 29: North Corona Avenue, North Valley Stream; car damaged while parked.
  • April 30: Cedarhurst Avenue, Cedarhurst; car tire slashed.
Harvey Goodhart May 02, 2014 at 08:16 AM
Some of us remember the words "Houston, I believe we have a problem." Or something close to that.
Mark May 02, 2014 at 09:09 AM
Oh well. Dont mess with other people knowing they know where your property is parked. Street justice if deserved.
robert May 02, 2014 at 01:34 PM
This is what happens when our hide and go seek police force stays invisable..
Frank M May 02, 2014 at 05:19 PM
This is called "criminal mischief"???!!! If I walk out one morning and I saw my windshield smashed, I would definitely want justice. The poor victims are left to clean up the mess and pay for repair while solving these crimes receive low priority. These crimes deserve stiffer penalties including jail time.
Mark May 29, 2014 at 11:41 PM
Most the time when that sort of thing happens its because you deserved it. Rarely is it random thing. You do someone wrong and mess with someone you shouldn't you have to take and accept any retaliation that may occur.

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