ATTN: R. Ophelia Quivers Cops: 4 Hofstra basketball players arrested in dorm burglaries Four Hofstra University men's basketball players have been suspended from the team and the school following their arrest in connection with a string of burglaries in university dorm rooms, police and school officials said Friday. The three freshmen and one sophomore, arrested Thursday, were immediately suspended from "the basketball team, classes, residence halls and facilities," pending the outcome of the case, Stephen Gorchov, associate director of athletic communications, said in a statement. A spokesman for Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice, Nassau police and the university all identified the suspects as Shaquille Stokes, 20, of 1315 Amsterdam Ave., Manhattan; Kentrell Washington, 18, of 2033 Lawry Ave., Las Vegas; Jimmy Hall Jr., 18, of 155 East 51st St., Brooklyn, and Dallas Anglin, 18, of 158 Orange Rd., Montclair, N.J. Stokes, a sophomore transfer from the University of Hawaii, is charged with five counts of second-degree burglary, while Hall is charged with four counts, Washington with two counts, and Anglin with one count. All four are scheduled for arraignment Friday in First District Court in Hempstead. Frank Whelan, of Rockville Centre, the lawyer for Stokes and Washington, said he intends to enter not guilty pleas on behalf of his clients, adding that the evidence isn't what it seems. Police said the burglaries took place between Oct. 4 and Nov. 5. All took place in dorm rooms on campus on Hempstead Turnpike in Hempstead. Police said the four, acting either alone or together, entered unlocked dorm rooms on six occasions and stole cash, a Sony laptop, headphones, three MacBook Pros, an Apple iPod, two Apple iPads and an Apple iPod Touch.