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Police: Teens Robbed in Massapequa Preserve

Two males arrested on robbery, other charges.

Two teenaged boys were allegedly robbed in the Massapequa Preserve Saturday night, according to Nassau Police.

According to detectives, two male victims ages 16 and 19 entered the Massapequa Preserve located on Lakeview Avenue and Boston Avenue and was approached by two male defendants. 

A 17-year-old defendant from Amityville displayed a three-inch gravity knife and demanded property from the 16-year-old victim, police stated. The victim then gave the defendant his black knapsack containing a credit card and keys. 

Another defendant, Boden Woelk, 20, of Amityville threatened the 19-year-old victim with physical force and after fearing for his safety, gave the defendant $10.

The defendants fled the scene in a black Ford Crown Victoria in an unknown direction. Subsequent investigation lead to the arrests of both subjects at Burger King located on Sunrise Highway in Seaford. There were no reported injuries. 

The 17-year-old defendant is being charged with two counts of Robbery 1st Degree, two counts of Robbery 2nd Degree, Criminal Possession of Weapon 4th Degree and Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 4th Degree. 

Defendant Woelk is being charged with two counts of Robbery 1st Degree and twocounts of Robbery 2nd Degree. 

They will be arraigned on Sunday at First District Court, 99 Main St. in Hempstead.

MassaPark March 13, 2013 at 03:01 AM
NCPD is a JOKE. Prolific ticket writers. That's it.
Dick Blair March 13, 2013 at 11:11 AM
The joke is on Boden Woelk... PL 160.15 02 B Felony, 1 count, Arrest charge, Arraignment charge Description:Rob-1st:forc Theft/deadly Weap PL 160.10 01 C Felony, 1 count, Arrest charge, Arraignment charge Description:Robbry 2nd/aided By Anoth PL 160.15 02 **TOP CHARGE** B Felony, 1 count, Arrest charge, Arraignment charge Description:Rob-1st:forc Theft/deadly Weap PL 160.10 01 C Felony, 1 count, Arrest charge, Arraignment charge Description:Robbry 2nd/aided By Anoth
Karen March 15, 2013 at 07:28 AM
Maybe if parents would stay off FB and their I-phones long enough to know what's going on. Bullying and all that other crsp mentioned above, well that wont get fixed, the parents are worse than the kids, more worried about their FB friends list than what's actually happening on the real world. Parents more worried about their next girls night out. Does this status sound familiar "great night out with awesome friends" followed by rediculous pictures. Seriously grow up and pay attention to your kids. Mothers arguing on groups about everything and anything. And then we want to wonder why bullying and drugs is out of control. Grow up and get off the FB for 2 seconds and start raising your kids the proper way not through post or photos on FB. grow up your not 16 people.
Michael March 15, 2013 at 07:59 PM
Janice you are right... Too many parents want to be "cool" and be their kids' friend and not their parent. I'm sick of the parent who dresses like their kids, talks like them, and is afraid to act their age and be a parent. And... Then they blame everyone else for their kids' awful behavior but won't do anything to fix it.
Ali March 16, 2013 at 02:50 AM
Do you even know how much of your taxes actually go to the Police Department??? Its lumped up in your general tax along with sanitation etc.Maybe $1,500 per household. Property and school taxes are whats high.... Trust me the Police are keeping you safe. They are entitled to their dinner/lunch breaks as are you during your work day. While you are sleeping they are entering into unsafe homes of domestic disputes, helping someone in a car accident or chasing a robbery suspect. All situations that can turn deadly in a second. They deserve respect 24/7.

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