Police: Woman in Possession of Stolen Property from Nassau, Suffolk

Police say cell phones, GPS units, laptops, iPods and more were stolen from cars and found in a local woman's possession.

Police arrested a Kings Park woman Wednesday on criminal possession of stolen property charges, according to police. 

Police said they received a call at roughly 2:30 a.m. Wednesday of someone trying to break into cars on Ketewamoke Avenue in Babylon. A man and his son followed the suspects, Danielle Giannini, 30, of Kings Park, as well as Justin Llewellyn, 23, after they fled the scene, and were later found by officers. During a search of their car, items from cell phones to GPS units, laptops, iPods, a silverware set and other electronic devices were found in the vehicle, items that after an investigation were determined to be stolen over the past few weeks from cars in Suffolk and Nassau. 

Giannini was charged with fourth and fifth degree criminal possession of stolen property and arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip on Thursday.

Anon December 30, 2011 at 05:42 AM
She might have an address in Kings Park, but trust me ~~ She and her accomplice are NOT Kings Park women...
Anne Kash December 30, 2011 at 01:32 PM
I wonder if those two have my Tom Tom GPS. I reported it to the police that it was taken from my car. I would love to get it back! And you are right Tricia...she is NOT a woman of KP!!
mom January 02, 2012 at 08:09 PM
I wonder if those two have my iPod. I reported to the police that TWO of my cars were vandalized in my driveway before Christmas. Numerous items taken from cars. I would love to get it back too Anne Kash!
kptree January 02, 2012 at 08:38 PM
Sorry to hear that your cars were vandalized and burglarized- that's a rotten feeling. Property crime in the form of stealing from parked cars seems to be at an all time high in Kings Park and Northport. Please don't think I am blaming the victim- it's in NO way your fault you were robbed- you may not have left anything in plain sight and it's still not right even if you did. Let's not make it easy for the criminals. Don't leave GPS, ipods, computers, portable game systems visible in your car. Hide away the connector cords and remove your GPS mounting. Don't leave change in the center console. Don't give criminals a reason to smash that car window. And put away your laptops, iPads, ereaders in your home. Our neighborhood had someone looking in windows. Don't let them have a chance to take quick inventory of what you have to steal.


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