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POLICE DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT

MARCH 2017

Auto Accidents:

  • 3/03 - A two vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of Nassau Drive and East Drive. No aided. One vehicle towed from scene
  • 3/28 - A two vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of Beverly Road and Gilchrest Road. No aided. One vehicle towed from scene after getting vehicle stuck in shrubbery on side of road. Minor property damage, home owner notified.
  • 3/28 - A two vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of Beverly Road and Gilchrest Road. No aided. No tow

Aided Cases:

  • 3/1 - A Port Washington resident visiting a doctor was transported to North Shore Long Island Jewish hospital after suffering from nausea and dehydration
  • 3/6 - A resident of 1 Kensington Gate was transported to North Shore Hospital after suffering bloating and difficulty breathing.
  • 3/13 - An Arleigh Road resident was transported to North Shore Hospital after suffering difficulty breathing
  • 3/16 - A Beverly Road resident was transported to North Shore Hospital after experiencing a seizure at home
  • 3/21 - An Arleigh Road resident was transported to North Shore Hospital after experiencing symptoms of low blood pressure
  • 3/21 - An Arleigh Road resident was transported to North Shore Hospital after suffering chest pain
  • 3/22 - A resident of 1 Kensington Gate was transported to North Shore Hospital after suffering a fall at home
  • 3/25 - A resident of 1 Kensington Gate was transported to North Shore Hospital after suffering heartburn and dizziness

Ambulance Calls:
The Vigilant Fire Company Ambulance responded to all of the above aided cases.

Alarms:
The Department responded to 14 active alarms during the month, all were found to be false burglar alarms.

Arrests:

  • 3/21 - A motorist was arrested after a traffic stop was conducted. It was determined that he had a suspended license. Motorist was issued an appearance ticket and released from scene

Assists:
Assistance was given to Great Neck Estates Police Department 13 times, and received from Great Neck Estates Police Department 3 times.

Burglaries:
Nothing to report.

Cases:
None

Fires:

  • 3/25 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to a Beverly Road home after receiving a general fire alarm. Upon arrival it was determined to be a faulty alarm set in error. No damage
  • 3/26 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to a Greenacre Court home after receiving a carbon monoxide alarm. Upon arrival it was determined to be a faulty alarm set in error by an expired detector. No damage
  • 3/28 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to an Arleigh Road home after a report of smoke was called in by neighbors. Upon arrival, the smoke was determined to be caused by the dryer blowing hot air out to the cold weather. No damage.
  • 3/30 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to a Beverly Road home after receiving a general fire alarm. Upon arrival it was determined to be a faulty alarm set in error. No damage

Larcenies:
None

Vacant Homes:
The number of homes reported vacant during the month was 5. All were found to be secure.

Miscellaneous:

  • A construction site crew was spoken to regarding a hazard caused by numerous vehicles at site during school bus drop off and pick up. A solution was discussed and crew will comply
  • A broken manhole cover causing a traffic hazard on East Shore Road was addressed. A new cover was located and used to replace the broken one. Manhasset Lakeville was also notified of the issue
  • Temporary No Parking signs were deployed throughout the village in order to alleviate possible traffic /parking conditions.
  • A home was checked after a report of possible burglary was reported by resident. A thorough check of the home produced negative results.
  • A report of a parking condition was investigated on Nassau Drive and determined to be unfounded. All vehicles legally parked and road passable.
  • A resident of Arleigh Road reports hearing someone downstairs in the home. After a check of the interior it was determined to be unfounded
  • Village elections were opened and closed at village hall. All pertinent information and numbers were collected and recorded.
  • A resident was assisted with information and paperwork concerning identity theft and personal information used fraudulently.
  • Police responded to an Arleigh Road home after a report of stalking via computer by the resident. After speaking to complainant it was determined to be unfounded.
  • A resident was given information regarding a broken contract by a contractor. It was advised to seek counsel and the act was not criminal.
  • Numerous warning were issued to residents in violation of village ordinance regarding snow removal
  • A Nassau Drive resident was assisted after being locked out of the home. Access was gained with no damage to property.
  • A solicitor was located on Beverly Road and asked to leave after it was determined that a permit had not been obtained
  • A resident requested assistance after the garage door became stuck in the down position. Access was gained to remove vehicle from garage. Resident advised to contact repair company due to damage to the track system.
  • Assistance was given to an elderly resident with handicap parking issue. The situation was corrected and a new permit issued to resident
  • A large amount of broken glass was discovered on the corner of East Drive and Stoner Avenue causing a hazard. The proper jurisdiction was contacted and the glass was removed.
  • A suspicious vehicle with occupants was reported on Clifford Drive. Police responded to location and were unable to locate vehicle. An extensive check of the area also produced negative results.
  • A resident was assisted with unsolicited text messages that were received on their cell phone. The sender was contacted and advised to cease with communications. Will comply
  • A Kensington Court resident was assisted with a malfunctioning garage door. The situation was corrected.

Equipment:

  • Car #657 was patrolled 816 miles. The odometer now reads 38399 miles.
  • Car #658 was patrolled 811 miles. The odometer now reads 89352 miles.

Summons:

Parking
VTL
Other
Lieut. Giraulo
5
3
1
Sgt. Costello
5
P.O. Nasta
3
P.O. Fiore
3
8
P.O. Gallo
1
9
8
Totals:
9
28
9

Breakdown:

VTL:

  • 3 UNLICENSED OPERATION VIOLATIONS
  • 4 UNINSURED VIOLATIONS
  • 7 STOP SIGN VIOLATIONS
  • 9 DISOBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL VIOLATIONS
  • 3 SPEEDING VIOLATIONS
  • 1 AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATION VIOLATION
  • 1 ONE WAY STREET VIOLATION

Parking:

  • 8 TWO HOUR PARKING VIOLATIONS
  • 1 PARKED WITHIN 30' OF STOP SIGN VIOLATION

Village Ordinance:

  • 7 FAILURE TO REMOVE SNOW FROM SIDEWALK VIOLATIONS
  • 1 DAMAGE TO VILLAGE PROPERTY VIOLATION
  • 1 AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATION VIOLATION

Respectfully submitted;
Lieut. Curt Giraulo

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