The following information was supplied by the Nassau County Police's Fifth Precinct. A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate a conviction.
Two homes in Lakeview were burglarized. The first incident occurred on Colonia Road on Oct. 27 and the second on Derrick Adkins Lane on Oct. 31.
There was also an attempted burglary at a home on Pinebrook Court in Lakeview on Nov. 1.
An Elmont home located on Miriam Parkway was burglarized on Nov. 1.
A vehicle parked in the driveway of a home on N. Waldinger Street in Valley Stream was stolen on Oct. 27.
A car parked on Circle Drive East in Elmont was stolen on Oct. 28.
Copper was stolen from a home on Arlington Avenue in Valley Stream on Oct. 31.
Valuables were stolen from a car parked on Lakeview Avenue in Lakeview on Oct. 26.
Four manhole covers were stolen from locations on Hempstead Avenue in West Hempstead on Oct. 30.
Items were stolen from a shed located on Cohill Road in Valley Stream on Nov. 1. The victim had heard a loud noise in the backyard and looked outside to find a person near the shed carrying a bag.
Several items were stolen from cars parked in Lakeview. The first incident occurred on Hopatcong Avenue on Oct. 31 and the second on Iris Place on Nov. 1.
Both the driver and passenger side-view mirrors were stolen off of a car parked on Holland Avenue in Elmont between Oct. 30 and Nov. 1.
The window of a vehicle parked on Ostego Road in Lakeview on Oct. 26 was smashed.
A worker at a business located on Franklin Avenue in Franklin Square discovered a hole in the front glass window of the store when he came to work on Oct. 28.
The back windshield of a car parked on William Street in West Hempstead was damaged on Oct. 29.
The rear glass window of a car parked on Claflin Boulevard in Franklin Square between Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 was broken by an unknown person.
An unknown suspect kicked in the front door of a home located on 240th Street in Elmont on Nov. 2, breaking the glass. The person then ran away.
The right rear window of a car parked on Baylis Avenue in Elmont between Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 was broken.
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