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Nassau PD: Thefts at Home Vacated by Sandy, 12 Arrested at Mall

A weekly rundown of arrests and crimes reported in the Fourth Precinct.

The following information was supplied by the Nassau County Police Department. A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate guilt.

GRAND LARCENY

  • An unknown suspect removed personal property from a victim's shopping cart at the CVS on Atlantic Avenue in East Rockaway on Jan. 11.
  • Five people were arrested at the Walmart at Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream between Nov. 14 and Jan. 3 for for grand larceny, petit larceny, and falsifying business records. Those arrested include Tiffany Jordan and Tanasia Taliaferro, of Jamaica, Leonard Williams, of Rosedale, Colby Baptiste, of St. Albans, and Cory Buckley, of Rego Park.

LARCENIES

  • An unknown person removed property from a victim's unlocked vehicle, which was parked on Holly Lane in Lawrence, between Jan. 12 and Jan. 13.
  • An unknown person entered two vehicles parked in the driveway of a Kings Avenue residence in Atlantic Beach between Jan. 10 and Jan. 11 and stole loose change.

PETIT LARCENY

  • Stephen H. Wilson, of Rosedale, was arrested on Jan. 10 for shoplifting at Radio Shack inside Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream.
  • Yolanda K. Mashburn, of Hempstead, and Brownecia Brown, of Hollis, were arrested on Jan. 10 for shoplifting at the Target store on Sunrise Highway in Valley Stream.
  • Kesiah A. Beadle, of Rosedale, was arrested on Jan. 10 for shoplifting at the JC Penney store inside Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream.
  • Diane V. West, of Oceanside, was arrested on Jan. 10 for shoplifting at the CVS store on Atlantic Avenue in Oceanside.
  • Yilmaz Ayten, of Valley Stream, was arrested on Jan. 11 for shoplifting at the Walmart located at Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream.
  • Sometime between Sept. 22 and Jan. 5, an unknown person stole two wall air conditioners from a residence on Rose Street in Oceanside that has been vacated since Hurricane Sandy.
  • Kaitlin R. Perez and Kayla M. Pena, both of Woodhaven, were arrested on Jan. 12 for shoplifting at the JC Penney store inside Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream.
  • Dahman J. Anderson, of Hempstead, was arrested on Jan. 13 for shoplifting at the Pathmark on Franklin Avenue in Franklin Square.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

  • A Valley Stream resident reported that between Jan. 11 and Jan. 12 and unknown person broke a section of the PVC fence on his S. Cottage Street property.
  • A victim in Valley Stream reported on Jan. 13 that an unknown person(s) threw an old phonebook through the front door of their Broadway property, causing damage to the plexi glass.
  • A victim on Clay Street in Elmont reported that an unknown person damaged her front door lock on Jan. 7.

If you have questions about this crime report, email Tara.Conry@Patch.com.

LYNBROOK92 CHAMPS January 17, 2013 at 03:26 PM
Im not one to stereo-type, really. But cmon now.
Thomas Nathan January 17, 2013 at 03:38 PM
Actually you are stereo-typing so why you dont you be a big boy and just admit it.
the big kahuna January 17, 2013 at 05:44 PM
if the shoe fits.........
Michael January 18, 2013 at 02:57 PM
Lynbrook homeowners see their taxes raised every year, crime increasing as the recession worsens, & schools put on lock down, so homeowners leave Lynbrook. They are replaced by section 8 housing that require even more village services Our County Legislator Fran Becker cast the deciding vote to cut Nassau police precincts in half. We need more police now, not less. .
S.M. January 19, 2013 at 01:02 AM
I'll call it like it is...savages!
Ivan Ivanovich January 22, 2013 at 03:28 AM
The police do little to curb crime, they provide the illusion of safety, at best they're incompetent, at worst they're corrupt

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