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Fairfield Police Blotter: June 16-22, 2014

Suspicious Condition - On June 18th, Officer Christopher Andrews investigated a suspicious condition at a Little Falls Road residence. The resident reported that items in their house had been moved around but nothing was found to be missing

Theft- On June 18th, Officer David Lagan investigated the theft of gasoline that took place at the Hess station, located on Route 46.

Theft - On June 18th, Officer David Lagan investigated a theft of an I-Phone from a customer who was trying on clothes in the dressing room at Target, located on Route 46

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Credit Card Fraud - On June 18th, Officer Brian Sabatelli investigated a credit card fraud wherein the victim was a Shaw Court resident. Unknow actor(s) fraudulantly used the victim's debit card

Property Damage - On June 18th, Officer Jeffrey Dean investigated a case of property damage to a van belonging to Verizon. The van was located at 226 Passaic Ave.

Disorderly Conduct - On June 19th, Officer Sean McCormack investigated a complaint by a Horseneck Road resident, concerning the conduct of an individual who was observed on multiple ocassions, urinating in public. The individual was identified an issued a local ordinace summons

Motor Vehicle Taken Without Owner's Consent - On June 20th, Officer Steven Ptaszynski responded to Monsen Engineering, located on Daniel Road, to investigate a vehicle that has yet to be returned to the company by a former employee

Civil Dispute - On June 21st, Sgt. David Proctor and Officer David Lagan investigated a dispute between a taxi driver and his customer

Warrant Arrest - On June 21st, Officer Sean McCormack stopped a car for an alleged motor vehicle violation. During the course of the stop its was determined that the driver had an active arrest warrant issued by the Newark Municipal Court. Arrested was Leo Medrano (20) of Bloomfield, N.J.

Editor's Note: This article relies on information provided by law enforcement officials and the subjects are presumed innocent. If notified of changes to the charges or their outcome, TAPinto.net will update this report.

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