Lojack Alarm System Lead Nassau Police to Stolen Vehicle Actively Being Stripped in West Hempstead Driveway
August 11, 2014
(Nassau, LI) The Nassau County Police Department has reported the arrest of a West Hempstead man for Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in West Hempstead on Saturday, August 9, 2014 at 3:56 pm.
According to Fourth Squad detectives, a Lojack alarm system directed Police Officers to 440 Forest Place for a possible stolen 2008 Nissan. Upon police arrival, the defendant Pedro Arguinzoni, 39, of 440 Forest Place was observed in the driveway removing the dashboard from a 2008 Nissan. An investigation determined the auto was stolen and the defendant was placed into police custody without incident. The vehicle along with two other vehicles at the location were impounded for further investigation.
According to Fourth Squad detectives, a Lojack alarm system directed Police Officers to 440 Forest Place, West Hempstead where defendant Pedro Arguinzoni, 39, was observed in the driveway removing the dashboard from a 2008 Nissan. Satellite Imagery by Google Earth
Pedro Arguinzoni is charged with Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 3rd Degree, Illegal Possession of Vehicle ID, and Auto Stripping. He will be arraigned in First District Court in Hempstead on Sunday, August 10, 2014.
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