The following information is taken directly from the Nassau County Police Department's incident reports. None of the defendants have been convicted of a crime.
- On Jan. 31, five garbage cans were removed from an unoccupied rental house on Newbridge Road.
- On Feb. 3, an unknown male broke the windows of a car with a baseball bat. The vehicle was parked on Mitchel Avenue.
- An East Meadow woman was arrested on driving while intoxicated charges on Feb. 4 after she was involved in a car accident that injured her 10-year-old son.
- An IPad was stolen from a car on Division Avenue on Jan. 30.
- A car was reported stolen from Millford Drive on Feb. 1.
- A homeless woman was arrested on burglary charges for allegedly breaking into the garage of the Getty Gas Station on 606 Wantagh Ave. on the night of Feb. 3.
- On Feb. 3, Karl Pichler, 42, of Bethpage was arrested near the intersection of Southberry Lane and Hempstead Turnpike and charged with driving while intoxicated and five vehicle and traffic violations.
- A flat screen television, XBox games, jewelry, IPad, video camera and a computer were stolen from a home on Valley Road on Feb. 4.
- Fifteen cell phones were stolen from Staples on Hempstead Turnpike on Feb. 4.
- Three Queens women were arrested on Feb. 5 at Meis Foot Spa on 378 North Wantagh Ave. along the Bethpage-Levittown border for illegally practicing massage therapy without a license. For more on story, click here.
- A man reported discovering a catalytic converter missing from his vehicle while it was parked at the Seaford Long Island Rail Road Station on Jan. 30.
- A man reported on Feb. 1 that his catalytic converter was stolen from the Seaford Long Island Rail Road Station. He said his catalytic converter was also stolen one year ago.
- Jewelry was reported stolen from an apartment on Cedar Street in Seaford on Feb. 2.
- A vehicle parked on Ladonia Street in Seaford was reported damaged possibly by a baseball bat between Feb. 2-3.
- On Feb. 4, Andrew Reyes, 30 of Islip Terrace was arrested at at the corner of Wantagh Avenue and Sunrise Highway in Wantagh and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and two vehicle and traffic law violations.
- On Feb 6, two men were charged with robbing a convenience store at 2264 Wantagh Ave. with a later investigation linking the duo to other robberies throughout Nassau County. For more on story, click here.