Articles Tagged ‘East Rockaway’

A Nassau County truck fell into a sinkhole in East Rockaway, further damaging the troubled pipes of Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant. (Timothy Bolger/Long Island Press)

Nassau’s Bay Park Plant Diverting Sewage

One day after sewage from the Bay Park Sewage Treatment…

E. Rockaway Man Charged With Burglary

Nassau police arrested an East Rockaway man for burglary on Saturday. The owners of a home on Royal Avenue in Oceanside discovered that someone had…

East Rockaway Man Arrested For Assaulting Clerk With BB Gun

A man has been arrested in connection with a robbery that occurred at 8:55 p.m. on Oct. 1 in Valley Stream.

Nicholas Inslee, a 28-year-old from East Rockaway, entered Laurel Pharmacy, located at 42 Rockaway Ave., armed with a BB gun wearing a black mask and latex gloves. He proceeded to strike the pharmacist several times in the head and body, knocking the victim to the ground. Inslee then stole prescription drugs off the shelf and fled the scene. The victim was alone in the store during the attack. Police were notified when witnesses heard the victim’s screams.

Woman, Child Injured After Car Winds Up On Wrong Side Of Tracks

A woman and girl who were driving in a sports utility vehicle, were injured today when the car flipped over onto railroad tracks in East Rockaway. The accident occurred around 8:40 a.m. near the intersection of Rocklyn Ave. and Forest Ave, close to the Centre Avenue LIRR platform. The driver of the SUV was said to have hit at least two parked cars and a utility pole, which flipped the small SUV onto its driver’s side, landing on the tracks.

East Rockaway Teen Assaulted By Group

An East Rockaway teen was assaulted by a group of men during the early morning hours on Sunday, Nassau police said. The victim, an 18…

East Rockway Home Burglarized

Detectives from Nassau County’s Fourth Squad are asking the public for assistance in solving a burglary in East Rockaway on July 19. The cops say as a homeowner arrived with a friend at his house at around 9:17 p.m., he saw three men–two white, one black–running from the front door of the house.