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Police Blotter: More Area Burglaries

Dec. 7 to Dec. 18

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

Burglary

On Dec. 6,  a shoplifter at  , at the Sunrise mall was arrested for burglary after it was discovered his privilege to enter the department store had been revoked, police said. Michael E King, 47, of Hempstead was charged with burglary 3rd and petty larceny.

On Dec. 9 A home on West Shore Drive was broken into, police said. The burglar broke in through a rear window and took jewelry, police said.

On Dec. 11, a burglar broke in through the rear door of a home on Ford Drive West, police said. the burglary took place between 3 p.m. and 11 p.m., according to cops.

DWI

On Dec. 12, Paul A Watson, 45, of Massapequa, was arrested at on North Broadway near North Maple Street, North Massapequa and charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated driving while intoxicated.

Disorderly Conduct

On Dec. 18, a Massapequa man was arrested following a fight on the Shelter Island Ferry, Southhampton police said. Michael N Nomios, 34, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest as the ferry pulled into the dock in North Haven at 11:20 p.m.

Petty Larceny

On Dec. 10, a Massapequa woman  was arrested at , 5300 Sunrise Highway, Massapequa and charged with petty larceny.

On Dec. 11, Scott E Harris, age 20 of Shetland Lane, St. James was arrested at , at the Sunrise Mall  and charged with petty larceny.

On Dec. 11, a Bellmore woman was arrested at Wal-Mart at the Sunrise Mall, and charged with petty larceny.

On Dec. 11, A Bronx man was arrested at Wal-Mart  at the Sunrise Mall  and charged with petty larceny.

On Dec. 12, a  Bay Shore woman  was arrested at 2255 Sunrise Mall, Massapequa and charged with petty larceny.

On Dec. 12, an Astoria man was arrested at Pathmark, 941 Carmans Road, Massapequa and charged with petty larceny.



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