The Major Case Bureau of the Nassau County police department reports the arrest of a Brooklyn man for a robbery that occurred in Roslyn on Friday, April 3.
According to detectives, two black males entered the T-Mobile store located at 1073 Northern Blvd., produced handguns and ordered the two employees to a rear office of the store. The subjects, detectives said, then removed an undetermined amount of US currency and merchandise. Subjects, detectives added, fled the scene on foot and subject Shamel Youmans of Brooklyn was apprehended by Third Precinct officers after a foot pursuit.
The second subject is described as a black male, 6’ with a stocky build.
During the incident there were two employees and no customers present, detectives said. No injuries were reported.
Youmans is charged with robbery first degree, criminal use of a firearm first degree, two counts of robbery second degree and criminal possession of a weapon second degree. He was arraigned on Saturday, April 4, at First District Court in Hempstead.
Detectives also request anyone with information regarding the two unidentified subjects in the above crime to contact the Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
Burglary In Roslyn Heights
The Third Squad is investigating a burglary that occurred in Roslyn Heights on Thursday, April 2, at 12:43 a.m.
According to detectives, an unknown male subject ( no description ) entered into a Deer Run residence by shattering a basement sliding door and proceeded to a second floor bedroom opening dresser drawers and then to a first floor master bedroom opening drawers that woke up a 73-year old female victim sleeping. The subject, detectives added, reached for a jewelry box on top of a dresser and then exited the home in an unknown direction. The jewelry box, detectives said, was dropped just before exiting the house. There were no proceeds taken. There were no injuries reported.
Detectives request that anyone with information regarding this crime to contact the Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
—Information courtesy of the Nassau County Police Department