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POLICE DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT

MARCH 2018

Auto Accidents:


  • 03/07 - A two vehicle collision occurred on Nassau Drive. No injuries were reported and one vehicle was towed from scene.

Aided Cases:

  • 03/03 - A resident of Stoner Avenue was transported to North Shore LIJ after suffering from unknown issues.
  • 03/13 - A resident of 1 Kensington Gate was transported to North Shore Hospital after suffering complications from Diabetes.
  • 03/16 - A resident of 1Kensington Gate was transported to North Shore Hospital after suffering a laceration to the head.
  • 03/20 - A resident of Arleigh Road was transported to North Shore Hospital after suffering a fall in the home, possibly causing a bone breakage.
  • 03/22 - A resident of Arleigh Road refused transport to hospital after falling on the sidewalk in front of the home. Aided was assisted by police and checked at scene by Vigilant EMT.

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

Alarms:
The Department responded to 7 active alarms during the month, all were found to be false burglar alarms.

Arrests:
None

Assists:
Assistance was given to Great Neck Estates Police Department 33 times, and received from Great Neck Estates Police Department 11 times.

Burglaries:
Nothing to report.

Cases:
Nothing to report.

Larcenies:
None

Vacant Homes:
The number of homes reported vacant during the month was 17. All were found to be secure.

Miscellaneous:

  • Resident was assisted with an electrical issue at the home. It was determined that the problem was inside the home and not a PSE&G issue. Resident advised to contact licensed electrical contractor.
  • A leaning power pole was leaning due to heavy winds. PSE&G were notified and responding. Delayed response due to storm.
  • Multiple trees/limbs down throughout village during the month caused by several storms were removed to clear roadways and make passable.
  • A domestic incident was investigated on Stoner Avenue between two siblings. All parties were interviewed and parents at scene.
  • A parking condition was investigated on Beverly Road. The subject was located and condition corrected.
  • Village highway department was dispatched during the month to sand/salt roadways within the village to maintain safe conditions.
  • Light outages/issues were reported throughout the month to the village hall for repair.
  • Temporary No Parking signs were deployed throughout the village in order to alleviate possible traffic /parking conditions.
  • Several threats to school districts in Nassau County were investigated and found to not be credible at this time.
  • Police responded to Beverly Road home where a tree fell onto a neighbor’s vehicle. Both parties were advised and limb was removed by PD and highway department.
  • A neighbor dispute on Beverly Road was reported by a passing motorist. Both neighbors were spoken to and requested no further police assistance.
  • A Nassau Drive resident requested assistance with a truant child. Police responded and the situation was resolved.
  • An open door on Kensington Court was observed and interior was checked. All appeared in good order and door was secured.
  • A Nassau Drive resident requested information regarding a traffic accident that occurred outside Kensington jurisdiction. Resident was given several options and no police action was warranted at this time.
  • A vehicle was assisted back onto roadway after inclement weather caused the vehicle to slide onto the curb. No damage to vehicle or village property.
  • Numerous assist calls for disabled vehicles were answered throughout the month and all vehicles were helped without incident. All calls were attributable to the several winter storms in March.
  • A suspicious vehicle on Nassau Drive was reported. Police investigated and found vehicle legally parked. Vehicle was gone from scene shortly after.
  • A resident of Beverly Road requested assistance with a possible identity theft. Police spoke with resident and the situation was resolved. There was no theft of information at this time.

Equipment:

  • Car #657 was patrolled 1148 miles. The odometer now reads 50725 miles.
  • Car #658 was patrolled 1312 miles. The odometer now reads 16464 miles.

Summons:

Parking
VTL
Other
Lieut. Giraulo
3
Sgt. Costello
2
5
P.O. Fiore
3
7
P.O. Gallo
3
8
P.O. Hoehl
3
8
P.O. Kraft
2
8
1
Totals:
13
39
1

Breakdown:

VTL:

  • 1 UNLICENSED OPERATOR VIOLATION
  • 4 UNINSURED MOTORIST VIOLATIONS
  • 12 STOP SIGN VIOLATIONS
  • 8 DISOBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE VIOLATIONS
  • 3 SPEEDING VIOLATIONS
  • 1 SEAT BELT VIOLATIONS
  • 1 CELL PHONE VIOLATION
  • 1 AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATION
  • 2 FAILURE TO SIGNAL VIOLATIONS
  • 1 ONE WAY STREET VIOLATION
  • 1 WINDOW TINT VIOLATION
  • 1 FAILURE TO YIELD RIGHT OF WAY VIOLATION
  • 1 IMPROPER PASS VIOLATION
  • 1 DEFECTIVE BRAKE LIGHT VIOLATION
  • 1 BLOCKING INTERSECTION VIOLATION

Parking:

  • 6 TWO HOUR PARKING VIOLATIONS
  • 4 NO PARKING 2-6AM
  • 1 LEFT SIDE TO CURB VIOLATION
  • 2 NO PARKING ANYTIME VIOLATIONS

Appearance Ticket:

  • 1 AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATION

Respectfully submitted;
Lieut. Curt Giraulo

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