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The Glen Cove Police Department has declined to provide the names of the arrested. The City of Glen Cove Police Department reported the following arrests from Sept. 22-27.
A 14-year-old and a 16-year-old were arrested recently in connection with an apartment burglary on Glen Cove Avenue, say Glen Cove Police.
The teens allegedly gained entry to the apartment through a rear window and took a Playstation III console and games. The burglary was caught on the building's surveillance video.
Detective Glennon of the Glen Cove Police obtained the surveillance video from the building as well as surveillance recordings from other buildings in the area. Once Detective Glennon reviewed the video recordings he quickly identified the suspect caught in the surveillance video.
The 16-year-old was arrested on Sept. 27 and charged with burglary in the second degree. On Sept. 29, a 14-year-old juvenile was also arrested and charged with the burglary.
The 16 year old will be arraigned in Criminal Court and the Juvenile will be arraigned in Family Court as a Juvenile.
It was apparent after reviewing the surveillance video that one suspect entered the apartment through a rear window while the other suspect stood as a lookout. The proceeds of the burglary were recovered.
According to Detective Lieutenant Nagle, “It was the second time this month that surveillance cameras caught a crime in progress.”
The other case was the arrest last week in which the downtown video cameras caught a 79 year old Glen Cove man trying to lure a 15 year old high school student into his vehicle.
Other arrests reported by the Glen Cove Police:
On Sept. 22, an 18 year old man was charged with second degree criminal trespass in Kennedy Heights.
On Sept. 24, Umberto Stanco, 79, was charged with second degree endangering the welfare of a child and second degree harassment on School Street. See the full story here.
On Sept. 25, a 44 year old man was charged with DWI and VTL violations on Brewster Street.
On Sept. 27, a 16 year old male was arrested for second degree burglary on Glen Cove Avenue.