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Crime Report: Residential Burglaries, Theft at Church

Recent incident reports in Wantagh and Seaford from the Seventh Precinct.

The following information is taken directly from the Nassau County Police Department's Seventh Precinct incident reports. A criminal charge is only an accusation, and does not indicate a conviction.

  • The rear window of a home on Park Avenue in Wantagh was reported broken by unknown suspect(s) on Nov. 1.
  • A cable box located in a refrigerator was reported stolen from a home on Bayview Street in Seaford on Nov. 8.
  • A heating pump assembly was reported stolen from the basement of St. Markella Greek Orthodox Church in Wantagh on Nov. 11.
  • A home on Alken Avenue in Seaford was burglarized on Nov. 16 at around 5:45 p.m. Police said there was an attempted entry through a basement window but no items were removed.
  • A house on Beech Street in Wantagh was burglarized on Nov. 16 at around 4:50 p.m. Police said the point of entry was through a rear window and the exact loss from the home was unknown.
  • A man reported his bike missing from St. William the Abbot Church in Seaford on Nov. 15. Police said the complainant’s bike was leaning on a tree unlocked before it was discovered missing.
  • On Nov. 17, Bilal Naeem, 28, of North Bellmore was arrested at the corner of Wantagh Avenue and Merrick Road in Wantagh and charged with driving while intoxicated, operating without interlock and three vehicle and traffic law violations.
  • The windshield of a 2006 white Toyota parked at the Wantagh Long Island Rail Road Station parking lot was reported cracked on Nov. 17 by unknown suspect(s) with also damage to the hood.
  • On Nov. 18, Garrett Cutter, 28, of Bellmore was arrested on Seaford Avenue in Seaford and charged with driving while intoxicated.
  • The rear window of a 2002 tan Toyota Sienna was reported broken by unknown suspect(s) on Nov. 18.
  • A fire started in an electrical box on Nimrod Street in Seaford on Nov. 19 due to possible corrosion when a switch was thrown.  
Uncle Mike November 20, 2012 at 07:02 PM
That's the first place I would look when stealing a cable Box. Do you think the reporter meant to say the Box was in Cold Storage instead?
Andrew Coen November 20, 2012 at 07:10 PM
@Uncle Mike- That was the wordage used in Seventh Precinct police report.
Uncle Mike November 20, 2012 at 08:04 PM
Thanks Andrew. It was a joke. More likely, the thief went looking for a midnight snack, maybe some tuna, and came away with a Tuner.

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