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Scotch Plains Robberies Hit Cooper Road, Prospect Ave. and Stout Ave.

February 14, 2014 at 9:00 AM

 

 

 2/4                      A worker at a Jerusalem Rd. business reported being a victim of a Theft.  She stated that sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s) removed a metal shelving unit that was on the property.  The unit was valued at approximately $1,000.

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2/4                        The manager of a Park Ave. bank reported being victims of Fraud.  She stated that a suspect opened a checking account with fraudulent checks.  The check amounts totaled approximately $1,800.

 

2/4                       A resident of Cooper Rd. reported being a victim of a Burglary.  She stated that sometime during the day unknown suspect(s) entered his home.  The unknown suspect(s) entered by breaking a side window.  Once inside, the suspect(s) removed an undetermined about of jewelry.

 

2/5                        A resident of White Oak Rd. reported being a victim of Harassment.  He stated that unknown suspect had food delivered to his house without his authorization.  The resturant called him to confirm the order before making the delivery. The victim stated he never made the call.     

 

2/5                       A resident of Prospect Ave. reported being a victim of a Burglary.  She stated that sometime in the night unknown suspect(s) entered her home.  The unknown suspect(s) entered by breaking the rear sliding glass door.  Once inside, the suspect(s) removed an undetermined amount of cash.

 

2/6                       A resident of Park Ave. reported being a victim of Fraud.  She stated that unknown suspect(s) made approximately $700 in purchases on her credit card without her authorization.

 

2/6                        A resident of East Second St. reported being a victim of Criminal Mischief.  She stated that sometime during the night unknown suspect(s) broke one of her windows of her house.

 

2/7                        A resident of Stout Ave. reported being a victim of a Burglary.  He stated sometime over the last few days unknown suspect(s) entered his home.   The unknown suspect(s) entered by breaking the rear sliding glass door.  Once inside, the suspect(s) removed various items.   

 

2/7                         Philippe Charles-Marc Age. 27 of East 5th Ave. Roselle, was arrested for a$250 outstanding warrant issued by the Roselle court.  Off.  Mahoney stopped Charles-Marc for a motor vehicle violation on East Second St. and discovered the warrant.  He was transported to H.Q. where he was processed and released.

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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