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Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Crime
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A Baldwin man was sentenced to 15 years in prison for conspiring to sell cocaine and possessing illegal firearms, Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown said on July 1. more
A Baldwin man was one of six people involved with engaging in a bank and wire fraud conspiracy to steal millions of dollars from financial lending institutions, federal prosecutors said. more
Nassau County police are searching for a man who has tagged the Baldwin community with spray paint and Sharpie markers over the last year and a half. Last week, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano announced a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of the subject, who always leaves the same symbol. more
Nassau County police are searching for the individual(s) responsible in connection with numerous cases of criminal mischief in the Baldwin community between May 6 and 27, according to County Executive Ed Mangano. more
A Baldwin man was sentenced to 18 months to three years in prison after having a Range Rover torched so that the car’s owner could file a bogus insurance claim in 2012. more
An unidentified man wearing a black ski mask and brandishing a black handgun on April 30 robbed convenience stores ... more
Officials at the Town of Hempstead and Nassau County district attorney’s office are investigating what they described as a racially charged incident at a town Highway Department facility in … more
Hempstead Town officials said they are investigating a racist notice posted at a Town Highway Department facility in Levittown… more
Nassau County Police are reporting that BHS’s annual homecoming game was suspended around 8:30 p.m. Friday when gunshots were heard in a parking lot near the football field. A 20-year-old man was also found stabbed soon after the gunfire died down, but police do not believe the two incidents were directly connected. more
Robbery squad detectives say a purse snatching in Baldwin yesterday, Nov. 30, around 7 p.m., matches a pattern of crimes that have played out in the area over the last month. more
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