Woman stole $ 62,000 worth of dogs: Garden City Police



GARDEN CITY, NY – The Garden City Police Department reported the following incidents for the week ending March 3.

February 24

  • A woman received a phone call from someone claiming to be from Social Security. The caller informed the woman that her Social Security number was compromised and requested that money be sent to an out-of-state address to resolve the issue. The call was then determined to be a scam.

February 25

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  • A person’s identity was allegedly stolen and used to open a small business loan.

February 26

  • A 43-year-old driver has been arrested on Willow Street for possession of a false registration, an unregistered vehicle, an uninsured vehicle and misuse of lanes.
  • The bumper of a vehicle parked on Meadbrook Road was found damaged by unknown means.
  • A driver has been charged with reckless driving on Clinton Road.
  • Police assisted the Garden City Fire Department with a fire alarm at a Franklin Avenue business. After investigation, firefighters determined the cause was a faulty circuit breaker.

February 27

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  • Detectives charged a 59-year-old man with leaving the scene of a car crash on February 21 on Old Country Road.
  • A driver has been charged with driving on Clinton Road with a suspended license as well as excessive speeding and unregistered vehicle.

February 28

  • Following a domestic incident investigation, officers arrested a 49-year-old man for damaging items in his family’s home. He was charged with criminal mischief.

1st of March

  • Garden City detectives arrested a 33-year-old woman for robbery. A man had left an adult American Bully dog ​​and eight American Bully puppies in the care of the woman, who arranged for another person to take the dogs without the owner’s consent. The value of the dogs is approximately $ 62,000. The investigation is ongoing regarding the second person.
  • The department is investigating a report of an individual depositing a forged check for $ 5,500 at a Franklin Avenue bank.
  • A driver was arrested for driving on Franklin Avenue with twenty-three license suspensions and excessive speeding.

March 2

  • Garden City detectives are investigating the reported theft of matching jewelry from an elderly woman’s home over the past month.
  • A driver has been charged with driving on Cathedral Avenue at 4th Street with a suspended license and using a portable electronic device.
  • Garden City Police and the State Department of Transportation conducted a commercial vehicle inspection on Clinton Road. Ten trucks were inspected, three of which were taken out of service. Forty-six tickets were issued for various traffic and safety violations, including six overweight violations, four hazardous materials violations and one unsecured loading violation.

3rd of March

  • Graffiti was found on a utility box on Stewart Avenue.
  • Officers investigated six reports of identities of victims being stolen and used to claim bogus unemployment benefits during the week.

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