Nassau County police arrested a Queens woman last Friday for allegedly robbing three houses, including one each in Garden City Park and Mineola.
Nicole Holzer of Middle Village, 20, was arraigned Saturday on three counts of second-degree burglary for the burglaries she allegedly committed in March with a second suspect who has not been arrested, police said.
An investigation by the Nassau County Police Department’s Burglary Pattern Team found Holzer and the other suspect allegedly took jewelry, cash and personal papers from a Dyckman Avenue house in Garden City Park on March 4, police said.
They also allegedly took jewelry and cash from a house on Wilson Boulevard in Mineola on March 21, the same day they allegedly took jewelry, electronic equipment and cash from another house in Elmont, police said.
Holzer was arrested at her home Oct. 28, police said. Police are continuing to investigate the burglaries.
The Police Department started the Burglary Pattern Team earlier this year in an effort to curb a spike in residential burglaries.
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