3 teens accused in Uniondale robbery spree

UNIONDALE - Officials say three Hempstead teens are accused of going on a robbery spree in Uniondale within a half hour.

Police say the teens robbed a Uniondale High School student of his iPhone while he walked on Goodrich Street around 3 p.m. Monday afternoon.

Officials say a few minutes later, the teens held-up another teen on Emerson Place and Goodrich Street. Then moments later, they robbed a teen of his phone on Chester Street.

At 3:30 p.m., the teens allegedly took cash from another young man.

Isaiah Estrada, 17, and Oumar Barry, 17, and Andre Isaac, 18, were arrested a short time later.

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