Massapequa Crime Report: Cars Break-ins Near Gym

May 15 to May 22.

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

Vehicle Related Incidents

On May 16, three vehicles were broken into outside the Lucille Roberts on Sunrise Highway, police said. The rear window of a 1995 white Nissan was broken as was the driver side of a 2008 black Chevy. The passenger side of a white Toyota was also broken and a pocket book was taken, according to police. The incidents all occurred between 7 p.m. and 7:45 p.m.

On May 13, somebody took personal papers from an unlocked vehicle on Euclid Avenue in Massapequa police said. The theft took place between 6 p.m. the night before and 9 a.m.

On May 15, two vehicles were broken into on Maple Street in Massapequa Park, cops said. The break-ins occurred sometime between 7:30 p.m. the night before and 8 a.m. A GPS was taken from the glove compartment of a white Kia, while a pocket book was taken from an unlocked silver Honda.

On May 17, someone pured a white substance on a vehicle at the intersection of Roosevelt Avenue and McKinley Street, causing paint to erode.

On May 18, somebody took a wallet containing cash and credit cards from an unlocked 2011 black ford parked on Bannon Place, police said. The thefts took place between 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

On May 19, Somebody broke the rear window of a 2011 gray Ford van on North Summit Drive between 9 p.m. the previous evening and 7:30 a.m. cops said.

On May 19, Somebody broke the  driver side window of a 1994 white Ford On North Maple Street between 9 p.m. the night before and 1:30 a.m., police said.

On May 19, the driver side window of a 2010 Honda civic was broken on North Central Avenue at about 1:30 a.m. police said.

On May 19, the driver side window of a 2005 blue Ford van was broken on North Pine Street at about 1 a.m. police said.

On May 19 two vehicles were broken into on Merrick Road near according to police. Somebody stole a credit card from  pocketbook inside a red 2007 Dodge caravan between 1:15 p.m. and 2:45 p.m. Later, somebody discovered that money was missing from their unlocked vehicle between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.


On May 19, Macallary Precil, 27 of Massapequa, was arrested on Camp Road, Massapequa and charged with assault 3rd.

Petty Larceny

On on May 16, a West Hempstead woman was arrested atat the and charged with petty larceny.

On May 16, a Lindenhurst man was arrested at at the Sunrise Mall, and charged with petty larceny.

On May 17, a Massapequa man was arrested at Wal-Mart at the Sunrise Mall, and charged with petty larceny.

On May 18, a Cornelius, North Carolina woman was arrested at Wal-Mart, at the Sunrise Mall, Massapequa and charged with petty larceny.

On May 20, a Farmingdale man was arrested at Wal-Mart at the Sunrise Mall, and charged with petty larceny.

Unlicensed Operator

On  May 19, a Amityville woman was arrested on Lakeshore Drive near Linden Street, Massapequa Park and charged with unlicensed operator.

Marijuana Arrest

On May 16, Jaquan Campbell, 18,  of Wyandanch, was arrested at at the Sunrise Mall, Massapequa and charged with two counts of petty larceny and unlawful possession of marijuana.

ed June 03, 2012 at 12:41 PM
Most of the people breaking into cars are your SONS AND DAUGHTERS looking for money for Heroin and their addiction to your prescription drugs.
Erica June 03, 2012 at 12:55 PM
Women leave their purses in their trunks of their cars when going to Lucille Roberts. Thieves aren't stupid. Don't leave your valuables in the car. Bring your purse into the gym, put it in a locker and lock it. It's more inconvenient to call credit card companies and go to the DMV to get a new license than it is to just lock your stuff up inside the gym.
bob gee June 05, 2012 at 05:38 PM
most arrests from massapequa come from the sunrise mall committed by blacks from north amityville,wyndanch,east massapequa.it takes two police officers to process one arrest.it takes hours of paperwork to complete.this means that they are unavailable to partol your area. three arrests means six police cars. we are in the east end of the 7th precinct which leaves this area unpatrolled. add to this lunch hours, vehicle maintaince, training, the 99.9% false home alarms and all the other calls that have to be addressed whats left? it's you to complain about something you know nothing about
MTR June 05, 2012 at 10:27 PM
The nassau county police dept. should be eliminated and replaced by a private police force paid for by the tax payers and overseen by the taxpayers.
ed June 07, 2012 at 04:57 AM
We all see how well the private sector works.......look how they caused the financial collapse. Michael R is drinking the Tea Party Kool Aide.


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