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Hit and Run Accident Arrest in Glen Cove

State Troopers arrested a driver in relation to a hit and run accident, and for resisting arrest.

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Glen Cove, NY - June 12, 2014  - On 6/11/14 at 6:04 PM, Lake Success troopers were dispatched to an accident on the Northern State Parkway near New Hyde Park Road.  Upon arrival, the trooper was informed by the operator of a maroon GMC that a gray BMW struck his vehicle and left the accident scene. Troopers obtained the license plate information and were able to locate the BMW at a residence on Byrd Street in Glen Cove.  The operator of the BMW, Shawn Bellamy, age 36, became combative and pushed the trooper before being taken into custody.
 
The defendant was arrested for Resisting Arrest(A Misd.), Disorderly Conduct(Violation), Misdemeanor Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, and other traffic violations.  Mr. Bellamy was held for arraignment in Nassau County Court.