According to detectives, a teacher at Syosset High School was talking with Alexander I. Passe, 17, of Syosset. During the conversation Passe stated that he was unhappy at the school and “ wants to blow it up.”
The incident was reported to the administration who then notified the police. Second Squad detectives responded to Passe’s residence and placed him under arrest without incident at 8:15 a.m.
Passe was charged with one count of making terroristic threats.
Two men driving an old mini van with
out-of-state plates stole packages that had been delivered to homes in,
Farmingdale and Bethpage Wednesday afternoon.
Nassau County detectives said the two men were
spotted at 11:15 a.m. driving a white minivan attempting to break into a locked
U.S. Postal Service mail truck parked in front of a home on Pasture Lane in Old
Bethpage. The suspects' vehicle appeared to be a 2000 Dodge Odyssey or Chrysler
Town and Country mini van with a black bumper, police said.
When one of the suspects saw the postal vehicle was locked, he got back into the minivan bearing out-of-state plates and drove off with his partner.
Then, at about 12:30 p.m., the suspects took several Federal Express boxes left in front of a home on Van Cott Avenue in Farmingdale. The pair removed the contents and left the boxes behind before fleeing.
About 45 minutes later, the suspects struck again, removing a UPS package and another package from two residences on Avoca Ave. in Bethpage, police said.
The thieves were described as two black men. The first, a passenger in the van, is 25-30 years old with a thin build, a beard and mustache, short hair and wearing a white tee shirt. There is no description for the driver.
Detectives ask anyone with information regarding this crime to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
A 28-year-old Brooklyn man has been charged in a series of Queens burglaries, including one in Forest Hills, the Queens district attorney said.
Mario Girau, who lives on Jamaica Avenue in Brooklyn, has been accused of breaking into 11 homes in Forest Hills, Howard Beach, Ridgewood Ozone Park and South Ozone Park, Queens DA Richard Brown said.
The defendant allegedly stole thousands of dollars in jewelry, cameras, computer equipment and other items.