On investigation of an erratic driver on Clinton Road and St. James Street North on July 14th, Backyard garden City Police arrested a 28-yr-outdated female for DWI and unsafe lane use. The DWI was a felony demand because of to a prior DWI conviction.
Fallen electrical power line
Officers and Firefighters responded to New Hyde Park Road on July 14th for a fallen electric power line resulting in a hazardous affliction, community electricity outages, and website traffic light-weight malfunctions. The spot was safeguarded until eventually arrival by PSEG.
Back garden Town Police and Firefighters responded to a home for a hearth alarm on July 14th. Upon investigation it was established the alarm was activated by ongoing development.
Police responded to a railroad gate malfunction at the Nassau Boulevard crossing on July 14th
A motorist was billed with driving on Stewart Avenue with a suspended license and a non-clear windshield on July 14th.
Following an investigation, on July 15th Yard Metropolis Law enforcement arrested a 58-12 months-old male on Franklin Avenue for a Nassau County larceny warrant.
Garden City Detectives arrested a 32-12 months-old male for allegedly cashing a $4,800 examine versus a resident’s bank account.
On investigation of a two-automobile crash on Hilton Avenue at 3rd Road on July 15th, just one of the operators, a 40-calendar year-old woman, was arrested for DWI.
Too much pace
A motorist was charged with driving in the vicinity of the High University with a suspended license and excessive pace on July 16th. One more motorist was billed with driving on Clinton Street with a suspended registration and abnormal pace.
An unattended bicycle was reported stolen from 7th Street on July 16th.
An unlicensed motorist was charged with passing a stop indication on Hilton Avenue on July 16th.
As a outcome of a PSEG electricity grid problem, Officers responded to various site visitors gentle outages on Clinton Road on July 16th.
A male issue was noticed on a online video surveillance camera thieving offers from a Pine Road porch at 5:55 AM on July 17th.
On investigation of a two-motor vehicle crash on Cathedral Avenue and 1st Street, one particular of the operators was charged with driving with suspended driver license privileges and unlicensed procedure on July 17th.
Leaving the scene
As a result of an investigation in Parking Industry 7S, on July 17th a motorist was billed with leaving the scene after placing a parked car which was then pushed into a brick wall. The wall and the parked automobile had been the two damaged.
Officers responded to 1st Road on July 18th for a report of a suspicious person in an enclosed household lawn. On a research of the spot, the issue, a 56-12 months-previous male, was apprehended on Sunset Lane and charged with criminal trespass. Upon even further investigation, he was billed with a few prior household trespass offenses that transpired in June on 2nd Road, Cathedral Avenue, and Hilton Avenue.
An unfamiliar individual reportedly stole a resident’s id to open a financial institution account and then attempted to transfer dollars from his regular bank account to this new account.
Speeders on Clinton
Two unlicensed operators were being charged with abnormal speed on Clinton Street.
GCPD, GCFD, and the NCPD Unexpected emergency Companies Unit (ESU) responded to New Hyde Park Road and Stewart Avenue for a two-auto crash on July 19th in which a person of the vehicles overturned. Firefighters and ESU Officers rescued the two occupants from the overturned automobile, and they, alongside with the other driver, had been transported to a community medical center for assorted accidents.
The Division investigated a report on July 20th of the illegal dumping of garden particles in the rear of Parking Discipline #5.
As a outcome of a joint investigation by GCPD and Nassau County Probation, a 39-calendar year-previous motorist was charged with driving on Outdated Region Highway with 8 driver license suspensions such as a suspension for illegal drug possession.
Speeders on Stewart
As a outcome of a targeted traffic investigation on Stewart Avenue at Tullamore Street, a motorist was charged with excessive velocity, unlicensed operation, and improper exhaust method.