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Incident Report: Theft Reported at Mt. Sinai Middle School

The following incidents were reported to Suffolk County police between Feb. 22 and March 1.

The following incidents were reported to Suffolk County police between Feb. 22 and March 1.

GRAND LARCENY

  • A car break-in was reported at Mt. Sinai Middle School on Feb. 26. An iPad, iPod Touch, and a wallet containing cash, credit cards and gift cards were reported stolen.
  • A 2011 Ford Fiesta was reported stolen from Ridge Road in Rocky Point. According to police, keys were inside the vehicle.
  • Police reported another car break-in on Richmond Hill Road in Sound Beach and a wallet was stolen.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

  • A resident of Hickory Street in Mt. Sinai reported that someone damaged a window of the house sometime between Feb. 15 at noon and Feb. 24 at 8 a.m. Nothing was reported stolen.
  • A resident of Shore Road in Mt. Sinai reported that someone smashed the driver's side window and flattened a tire of a 2011 Ford vehicle sometime bwetween Feb. 22 at 9 p.m. and Feb. 23 at 5 a.m.
ARCH STANTON March 07, 2013 at 04:54 PM
CONCERNING THE THEFT AT MT. SINAI SCHOOL, THE COMPLAINANT HAS NO ONE TO BLAME BUT THEMSELVES. WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD LEAVE A WALLET CONTAINING CASH AND CREDIT CARDS, PLUS AN iPAD AND iPOD IN A PARKED, UNOCCUPIED VEHICLE. HOPEFULLY THIS WILL BE A LEARNING EXPERIENCE.
Captain Howard Hawrey March 07, 2013 at 05:53 PM
You are blaming the victim? Really?? Though leaving all that stuff isn't bright by any stretch, some degenerate criminal stole the stuff from the car. Give me a break! A good person wouldn't have taken the stuff if all the doors and windows were wide open. What in the hell is happening to our respect of one another and our personal property?
K. March 07, 2013 at 08:29 PM
How are things on Sad Hill?
ARCH STANTON March 07, 2013 at 11:45 PM
WHY DO YOU THINK AUTO'S ARE BROKEN INTO. VALUABLES LEFT IN PLAIN VIEW. THE PERSON THAT EITHER BROKE INTO OR ENTERED AN UNLOCKED VEHICLE SAW THE ITEMS BEFORE ENTERING. WOULD YOU LEAVE YOUR KEYS IN THE IGNITION? WOULD YOU LEAVE YOUR HOME UNLOCKED? TRY COLLECTING FROM YOUR INSURANCE CO., YOU FAILED TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY. I TAUGHT MY CHILDREN FROM THE DAY THEY STARTED DRIVING, DO NOT LEAVE ANYTHING VALUABLE IN YOUR CAR. IN ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION, THE VICTIM HAS TO TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY FOR BEING NEGLIGENT. NO ONE IS CONDONING WHAT THE THIEF DID, BUT IT'S ALSO IRRESPONSIBLE TO LEAVE ANYTHING OF VALUE INSIDE YOUR CAR. IN THIS DAY AND AGE, I TRUST NO ONE AND GIVE NO ONE A CHANCE TO STEAL WHAT BELONGS TO ME. UNFORTUNATELY THE THIEVES WILL CONTINUE AS LONG AS THEY HAVE PEOPLE LEAVING VALUABLES IN THEIR AUTO'S, OR UNTIL THEY GET CAUGHT.
ARCH STANTON March 08, 2013 at 04:03 PM
HEY K, UNK,UNK,UNK, UNKNOWN.

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