Multiple Dangerous Drivers Taken Off The Road: Garden City Police

Multiple Dangerous Drivers Taken Off The Road: Garden City Police




a car parked in a parking lot: Garden City police reported the following incidents this week.


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Garden City police reported the following incidents this week.

GARDEN CITY, NY — The Garden City Police Department reported the following incidents for the week ending Feb. 2.

Jan. 27

  • A 33-year-old driver was arrested on Clinton Road for possession of a forged registration tag, improper plates and excessive speed.
  • Officers responded to Washington Avenue and 11th Street for a traffic light malfunction.
  • Officers responded to a railroad gate malfunction at the Nassau Boulevard train crossing.

Jan. 28

  • A side view mirror to a vehicle parked in Parking Field 7E was found damaged.
  • As a result of a traffic stop investigation on Clinton Road, a 31-year-old driver was arrested and charged with possession of two forged registration documents, driving with a revoked license, uninsured operation, unregistered vehicle, defective brake lights and obstructed license plate.

Jan. 29

  • A 66-year-old man was arrested for contacting another family member in violation of a court order. He was charged with criminal contempt.
  • CVS reported a man entered the store and stole multiple items.
  • Fire fighters and police officers responded to a Hilton Avenue apartment for a reported kitchen fire and determined the cause to be burnt food.
  • A driver was cited for speeding in a school zone on Rockaway Avenue, failing to stop for a police vehicle, operating a cell phone and unlicensed operation.

Jan. 30

  • CVS reported a man entered the store and stole merchandise.
  • Officers responded to a traffic light malfunction at the intersection of Franklin and Stewart Avenues.

Jan. 31

  • A driver was charged with driving on Franklin Avenue with a suspended license, revoked registration, uninsured operation, loud exhaust system and tinted windows.
  • Officers responded to Meadbrook Road for a water main break in the roadway. The Water Department was notified and responded to the scene.

Feb. 1

  • Officers responded to numerous storm-related calls, including disabled cars, car accidents, medical aided reports, hazardous conditions and alarms.

Feb. 2

  • Packages were reported stolen from the back porch of a Stewart Avenue home.
  • A woman was stopped on Stewart Avenue after leaving the scene of a car crash that occurred on Pell Terrace. Upon investigation, she was arrested for DWI, leaving the scene of an accident and unsafe lane usage.
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