On July 29, an unknown person damaged a PVC fence on Atlantic Avenue.
An unknown person stole money from a home on Old Town Road on July 29.
Money was stolen from a 2008 Hyundai Elantra on Elder Drive on July 30.
An unknown person slashed the tires and egged a 2000 Nissan Sentra on Huguenot Drive on July 31.
A Yamaha dirt bike was stolen from a residence on Pitchpine Place on July 28.
Police arrested 20-year-old Dorsey Rountree of Bellport on July 29 for a stolen 2001 Honda dirt bike in Shirley. He was charged with criminal possession of stolen property.
On July 28, an unknown person pried open a garage door at a residence on Curtis Avenue and stole four dirt bikes.
A 2008 Honda motorcycle was also stolen from a garage on Shaw Avenue on July 28.
While walking on Columbus Avenue, a male victim reported that he was confronted by two unknown suspects who demanded money and threatened him with a knife. Police said a struggle ensued and the suspects fled with the victim’s iPhone and cash on July 28.
An iPhone and cash were also stolen from a victim by two suspects on Meade Avenue on July 30.
Two fences on Camille Lane were damaged on July 27.
A leaf blower and hedge trimmer were stolen from a residence on Pine Neck Avenue on Aug. 1.
Police arrested William Sagan, 32, of Selden at 7-Eleven on East Main Street on July 28. According to police, Sagan grabbed a wallet from someone. He was charged with grand larceny.
An unknown person keyed a 2009 Toyota Yaris on River Avenue on July 30.
On July 31, an unknown person approached a victim and stole cash from him at 123 Food Market.
An unknown person stole money from someone’s pocket at Dublin Deck on July 31.
An unknown person broke the glass door of Vision Works and stole a pair of glasses on July 39.
Police arrested Michael Figat, 17, of Shirley for allegedly burglarizing a home on Revilo Avenue on July 29. Police said the incident occurred on July 28, when he broke into a home and stole power tools and a generator. He was charged with third degree burglary.
A Suzuki quad was stolen from a home on Lucerne Avenue on July 31.
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