GARDEN CITY, NY — The Garden City Police Department reported the following incidents for the week ending Sept. 21.
- Officers responded to an Adelphi University garage where a vehicle left the scene after backing into another vehicle.
- Police and firefighters responded to a residence for a fire alarm and determined the cause to be a faulty detector.
- Police and Firefighters responded to a Franklin Avenue building for an alarm. The alarm was apparently activated by construction in the building.
- A driver on Rockaway Avenue was charged with unlicensed operation and excessive speed.
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- A driver traveling on Stewart Avenue reported her vehicle was damaged by a rock thrown from a nearby worksite.
- A driver on 10th Street was charged with driving with a suspended license, switched plates, and unregistered vehicle.
- A driver on New Hyde Park Road was charged with speeding, uninsured operation, and a license plate violation.
- A package was reported stolen from a Brixton Road porch.
- Officers investigated a report of harassing phone calls received at a Garden City Plaza office.
- Detectives investigated a report of a victim receiving harassing messages online.
- Police and firefighters responded to a school building for a fire alarm and determined the cause was a sprinkler issue.
- A driver on Rockaway Avenue was charged with unlicensed operation and failure to stop for a school bus.