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POLICE DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT

JANUARY 2017

Auto Accidents:

  • 1/23 - A vehicle struck a pedestrian on the corner of Nassau Drive and Gilchrest Road. The pedestrian was checked by medical staff on scene, but refused transport to hospital.
  • 1/25 - A two vehicle accident occurred at the intersection of Beverly Road and Gilchrest Road. No Aided and No tow required

Aided Cases:

  • 1/12 - A resident of 1 Kensington Gate was suffering from difficulty breathing. After medical staff evaluated aided, the resident refused transportation to hospital
  • 1/14 - A resident of 1 Kensington Gate was transported to North Shore Hospital after suffering from difficulty breathing.
  • 1/16 - A resident of 1 Kensington Gate was transported to North Shore Hospital after suffering from difficulty breathing.
  • 1/23 - A resident of Wooleys Lane was transported to North Shore Hospital after being struck by a passing motorist on the corner of Nassau Drive and Gilchrest Road. Complaint of pain from the hip/abdomen area
  • 1/24 -A resident of Beverly Road was transported to North Shore Hospital after showing signs/symptoms of a stroke
  • 1/26 - A resident of Beverly Road was transported to North Shore Hospital after falling at home and suffering an injury to the leg. This aided was transported by Manhasset-Lakeville ambulance.
  • 1/29 -A Beverly Road resident was transported to Cohen’s Children’s Hospital after suffering a seizure at home.
  • 1/29 - A resident of 1 Kensington Gate was suffering from a laceration above the right eye after falling on the sidewalk in front of the building.

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

Alarms:
The Department responded to 13 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 19times, and received from Great Neck Estates Police Department 6times.

Burglaries:
Nothing to report.

Cases:
None

Fires:

  • 1/10 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to a Nassau Drive home after receiving a carbon monoxide alarm. Upon arrival it was determined to be a faulty alarm set in error by homeowner. No damage.
  • 1/10 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to a Beverly Road home after receiving an automatic fire alarm. Upon arrival it was determined to be a small oven fire that created a smoke condition but no damage was sustained.
  • 1/14 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to an Arleigh Road address for an odor of gas in the area. Upon arrival and investigation it was deemed to be unfounded.
  • 1/24 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to a Stoner Avenue home after receiving an automatic fire alarm. Upon arrival it was determined to be a faulty alarm. No damage.
  • 1/24 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to a Nassau Drive home after receiving an automatic fire alarm. Upon arrival it was determined to be a small oven fire. No damage was sustained.
  • 1/27 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to a Nassau Drive home after receiving a call for an explosion outside the home. Upon arrival it was determined to possibly have been caused by a transformer located in Thomaston. National Grid/Pse&g on scene to investigate further.
  • 1/29 - Vigilant Fire Company responded to an Arleigh Road address for an odor of gas in the area. Upon arrival and investigation it was deemed to be unfounded. Ongoing odor of gas in that vicinity has been reported to National Grid on numerous occasions

Larcenies:
None

Vacant Homes:
The number of homes reported vacant during the month was 23. All were found to be secure.

Miscellaneous:

  • A resident was assisted after a large tree from a neighboring yard fell across and blocked driveway. Unable to contact owner of property and assisted with removal of tree with homeowner
  • A suspicious loud noise was investigated on Nassau Drive. After checking home and vicinity, it was found to possibly been caused by fireworks in area.
  • A possible burglary in progress was reported to police by a resident inside the home. After investigating the residents concern, it was found to be a faulty automatic burglary alarm message that caused the concern.
  • Temporary No Parking signs were deployed throughout the village in order to alleviate possible traffic/parking conditions.
  • A complaint of garbage on a resident’s property was investigated and deemed to be caused by a garbage company removing a dumpster without a cover from a home under construction. After speaking with workers on site, they agreed to clean up garbage.
  • A report of a loose dog in the vicinity of North Drive and West Drive was investigated and a search of the area produced negative results.
  • A resident was assisted gaining entry into home after returning from vacation without key to home.
  • A report of a wild animal in distress was reported on Arleigh Road was investigated and was unfounded
  • A missing person was reported on Arleigh Road. After a short investigation the missing was contacted via cell phone and determined to be in good health.
  • Assistance was given to GNEPD after 3 subjects fled the scene of an auto accident on Bayview Ave. Subjects were apprehended and charged with several crimes stemming from the results of an investigation.
  • A report of a 911 hang up was received by Nassau County PD and investigated by Kensington PD. It was found to be dialed in error by resident
  • A suspicious vehicle was reported on Nassau Drive. After locating vehicle, it was determined that motorist was lost. Assistance was given to motorist to find route to desired location
  • Assistance was given to KPPD after a large youth party became the scene of several aided cases and a rowdy crowd ensued
  • Village highway department was dispatched during the month to sand/salt roadways within the village to maintain safe conditions
  • A house alarm active in the vicinity of Greenacre Court was investigated and found to be outside of Kensington jurisdiction. Proper authority notified
  • A manhole cover in front of 1 Kensington Gate was found to be broken and hole was exposed. Assistance was given to GNEPD with traffic until an available unit responded. Nassau County DPW notified
  • A wellness check was completed at a Kensington Gate apartment after a concerned friend reported that she was unable to contact resident. Contact was made and resident was sleeping and did not hear doorbell.
  • Several vehicles/motorists were assisted after a storm produced ice/snow causing slick conditions. One vehicle was towed from scene after striking a curb and causing axle damage
  • An Arleigh Road resident was assisted with a water flow issue. Situation was temporarily corrected and resident was advised to contact plumber to resolve issue
  • A loose dog was observed on Beverly Road and Park Road while on patrol. The dog was taken back to HQ and owner/caretaker notified to retrieve pet.
  • A notification from NYPD was received and assistance was given to NYPD and NCPD after vehicle described in notification was involved in a collision on Middle Neck Road
  • Light outages/issues were reported throughout the month to the village hall for repair

Equipment:

  • Car #657 was patrolled 1128 miles. The odometer now reads 36118 miles.
  • Car #658 was patrolled 1219 miles. The odometer now reads 87334 miles.

Summons:

Parking
VTL
Other
Lieut. Giraulo
2
1
Sgt. Costello
3
5
P.O. Nasta
1
7
P.O. Fiore
3
8
P.O. Gallo
5
9
4
Totals:
14
29
5

Breakdown:

VTL:

  • 2 UNLICENSED OPERATION VIOLATIONS
  • 6 UNINSURED OPERATION VIOLATIONS
  • 6 STOP SIGN VIOLATIONS
  • 2 DISOBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE VIOLATIONS
  • 8 SPEEDING VIOLATIONS
  • 3 FAILURE TO SIGNAL VIOLATIONS
  • 1 PASS SCHOOL BUS VIOLATION
  • 1 FAILURE TO NOTIFY ADDRESS CHANGE VIOLATION

Parking:

  • 7 TWO HOUR PARKING VIOLATIONS
  • 4 NO PARKING 2AM TO 6 AM
  • 1 EXPIRED REGISTRATION VIOLATION
  • 1 PARKING ON SIDEWALK VIOLATION
  • 1 EXPIRED INSPECTION VIOLATION

Village Ordinance:

  • 1 DAMAGE TO VILLAGE PROERTY VIOLATION

Respectfully submitted;
Lieut. Curt Giraulo

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