Queens woman arrested in connection with 3 LI burglaries: police

Nicole Holzer, 20, of Middle Village, Queens, has been arrested in connection with several burglaries that occurred on Long Island in March. (NCPD)

Nicole Holzer, 20, of Middle Village, Queens, has been arrested in connection with several burglaries that occurred on Long Island in March. (NCPD)

A Queens woman was arrested Friday in connection with several robberies that occurred in Nassau County earlier this year.

Nicole Holzer, 20, of Middle Village, Queens, allegedly burglarized three residences on two separate occasions in March.

She has been charged with three counts of burglary in the second degree.

On March 4, Holzer allegedly entered a residence on Dyckman Avenue in Garden City Park with another person who has not yet been apprehended. The pair allegedly removed assorted jewelry, cash and personal papers from the residence, police said.

Then on March 21, Holzer and another person yet to be apprehended burglarized two more residences.

The pair allegedly took assorted jewelry, electronics and cash from a residence on Lehrer Avenue in Elmont, and then took assorted jewelry and cash from a residence on Wilson Boulevard in Mineola, according to police.

Holzer was arrested Friday at her home without incident.

She is expected to be arraigned Saturday in Hempstead.