The following arrest information was supplied by the Nassau and Suffolk County Police Departments. It does not indicate a conviction.
Two men broke into a new convertible at a Lynbrook car dealership early Friday morning, but fled after they set off the car's alarm. According to police, the pair returned an hour later and set fire to the same car.
Police are reporting that two white men wearing hooded jackets entered on Sunrise Highway and broke into a 2012 Audi S5 convertible. After setting fire to the car just an hour later, the men fled in a waiting vehicle driven by an unknown third person. The responded with five trucks and 50 firefighters to extinguish the fire. There was no damage to any other vehicles and no injuries reported.
An Inwood man was arrested early Sunday morning and charged with numerous driving violations including aggravated DWI after he allegedly crashed his car into a gas station and pinned an employee against the store's counter.
According to Nassau County detectives, around 12:30 a.m., Jorge Alvarenga, 37, was operating a 2002 Ford northbound on Henry Street. As the vehicle passed Burnside Avenue it left the roadway, striking barriers protecting gas pumps at the Mobil located at 605 Burnside Avenue.
The vehicle continued into the building where a 46-year-old male attendant was working, police said. The victim was pinned between the vehicle and store counter.
Alvarenga was charged with assault in the third degree, reckless endangerment in the second degree, aggravated driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated, aggravated unlicensed operation in the third degree, suspended registration plates, uninsured motor vehicle and unregistered motor vehicle.
A Brooklyn man was accused of grand larceny after allegedly taking merchandise from Coin Galleries of Oyster Bay at 1508 Northern Boulevard, Manhasset on Friday, said.
Sixth Squad detectives arrested Edward Jones, 39, of 100 Lefferts Avenue, Brooklyn, on May 11.