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Crime Report: Marijuana Arrest, Criminal Mischief

A weekly rundown of arrests and case reports, courtesy of the Lynbrook Police Department.

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Arrests

Nov. 25 - At 11:45 p.m., Charran Webb, 28, of Queens, was arrested and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation, failure to yield to a pedestrian on Sunrise Hwy. Webb was also charged with two open warrants from the Village of Hempstead for trespass and speeding in a school zone.

Nov. 27 - At 2:25 a.m., Marco S. Berardi, 23, of Lynbrook, was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and operating a motor vehicle with tinted windows on Whitehall Street.

Case Reports

Petty Larceny – At 8:51am on Nov. 23, the complainant reports that an unknown person(s) did break the passenger side window of their Toyota and removed their Garmin GPS system while the auto was parked on Robertson Rd. The loss is valued at $650.

Criminal Mischief– At 3:15am on Nov. 24, the front door of Quality Convenience located at 188 Hempstead Ave. was broken with a large rock by unknown person(s). The value of the door is $700.

Grand Larceny - At 5:14pm on Nov. 25, the complainant reports that while at Fun Station USA located at 40 Rocklyn Ave an unknown person(s) did remove their Coach wallet containing their NYS driver’s license, four credit cards, two medical cards, $40 dollars and the keys to their vehicle.

Petty Larceny - At 9:50pm on Nov. 25, the complainant reported that an unknown person(s) did take their Apple I-Phone while they were playing basketball at Sport Time, located at 175 Merrick Rd.   

Grand Larceny - At 2:50pm on Nov. 27 the complainant reported that their platinum diamond ring was missing from their residence located on Lester Avenue. The ring has been missing since May of 2009. The value of the ring is $8,672.

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