The following information is taken from the Nassau County Police Department's incident reports and arrest releases. None of the defendants have been convicted of a crime.
- Two West Babylon residents were arrested Saturday morning after allegedly burlgarizing a Wantagh home back in October.
Frank Corsetti Jr., 35, and Lorraine Cianciulli, 38, were arrested around 11:15 a.m. Saturday in connection with a burglary after using one of the victim’s cards in Suffolk County, police said. Read the full story here.
- Police and the Wantagh Fire Department responded to CVS in the Cherrywood Shopping Center in Wantagh on Nov. 8 to evaluate carbon monoxide levels. In the shopping center, authorities discovered that Champion Tae Quan Do and Mount Fuji Hibachi were running generators in their buildings. A total of 38 people were evacuated. No one was transported to the hospital, police said.
- On Nov. 4, Bryan Bohn, 51 of Elwood was arrested at McDonald's on 1946 Wantagh Ave., Wantagh and charghed with second-degree menacing, fourth-degree possession of a dangerous weapon and driving while intoxicated.
- Bellmore Car Care on 1442 Wantagh Ave. in Wantagh was burglarized between Nov. 2-3 with tools stolen. Police said the point of entry into the business was through a front window.
- On Oct. 31, A Nintendo Wii, video games and a TV was stolen from a home on Scooter Ln. in Hicksville.
- On Nov. 10, a GPS, stereo and assorted tools were reported stolen from a home on Ruhl Ave. in Hicksville.
- On Nov. 10, framing guns, an impact drill and a flash light were stolen from a home on Gardner Ave. in Hicksville.
- On Oct. 31, a car was reported stolen on Cherry Ln. in Hicksville.
- On Nov. 6, a flatscreen TV and jewelry was stolen from a home on Elm St. in Hicksville.
- On Oct. 31, tools were reported stolen from Awning Co. in Bethpage.
- On Oct. 28, 3 generators were stolen from an Adult and Children Disabilities building in Bethpage.
- A man standing on Hempstead Turnpike was assaulted by another man Friday night in East Meadow, according to Nassau County Police. Read the full story here.