On 2/21/2014 police responded to Kohl's Department Store regarding a theft. Shoplifter was in custody, Richard Rubin who concealed 5 ties and 4 bracelets valued at $185.46 in the front pocket of his jacket. Rubin was arrested and transported to SPPD. He advised the officers he was highly contagious with the MERSA virus. Rubin was transported to JFK Hospital, upon arrival he ran out the doors. There are active warrants in Manville and Bound Brook.
Theft reported at Kohls on 2/21/2014
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