PD: Huntington Station Man Burgles Two New York Ave. Salons

By Andrew Wroblewski

awroblewski@longislandergroup.com

Tyrone Stevens

Tyrone Stevens

A Huntington Station man was arrested Monday night for allegedly burglarizing a pair of Huntington Station salons, according to Suffolk police.

Second Precinct police officers Jeffrey Damo and Vincent Dilluvio were investigating broken glass found outside Hilda’s Hair Salon, located at 1899 New York Ave., at around 11:39 p.m., police said. While they were investigating, the officers heard glass breaking down the street at Candy Town Nail Salon, which is located at 1911 New York Ave.

Suffolk police said a Huntington Station man burgled pair of New York Avenue salons on Monday. Police said he first hit Hilda’s Hair Salon, pictured right, and was found minutes later burgling Candy Town Nail Salon, pictured far left.

Suffolk police said a Huntington Station man burgled pair of New York Avenue salons on Monday. Police said he first hit Hilda’s Hair Salon, pictured right, and was found minutes later burgling Candy Town Nail Salon, pictured far left.

There, the officers found Tyrone Stevens, 55, and arrested him at around 11:45 p.m.

Second Squad detectives charged Stevens with two counts of third degree burglary and possession of burglar tools.

Stevens was held overnight at the Second Precinct and was scheduled to be arraigned Suffolk First District Court in Central Islip on Wednesday.