West Orange Police Blotter Round-Up for March 2014

March 31, 2014 at 5:38 PM

WEST ORANGE, NJ - The following is a breakdown of crimes reported in West Orange for the month of March, 2014.  The category, date, and location are listed.  If someone wishes further information on a particular crime, email ccumming@thealternativepress.com. The information will be available for 30 days.

Armed Robbery: http://thealternativepress.com/towns/west-orange/articles/armed-robery-at-west-orange-exxon-station-at-pros; Total: 1.

Strong Armed Robbery: 3/29, K-Mart; Total: 1.

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Aggravated Assault: 3/25, Krauzer's, 12 South Valley Road; Total:1

Attempted Suicide: 3/17, Mt. Pleasant Avenue; Total: 1

Attempted Vehicle Robbery: 3/27 Whole Foods Parking lot; suspect apprehended; 3/28, Northfield Avenue; Total: 2.

Burglaries: 3/5, S. Valley Road; 3/21, 16 Elmwood/PVW; 3/20, 370 DiGaetano Terrace; 3/25, 7 Northfield Avenue; 3/29, 45 Oak Bend; Total: 5.

DWI: 3/15, Main and White Streets; 3/21, 55 Riggs Place; 3/27, 107 Prospect Avenue; Total: 3

CDS: 3/7, Columbia Street; 3/11, Northfield and Valley Road; 3/25, 1000 Pleasant Valley Way; 3/25 Ashland Avenue; 3/25 Cherry Street; 3/26 161 Watchung Avenue; 3/26 Cary/Lafayette; Total: 7.  All incidents involved marijuana.

Car Thefts: 3/5, Watchung Avenue; 3/5 Joyce Street; 3/6, Rollinson Avenue; 3/21, Lakeside Avenue; 3/27, Fremont Street; 3/29, Devonshire Terrace.  Total: 6.

Car Break-Ins: 455 Pleasant Valley Way; Total: 1

Criminal Mischief: 3/7, 354 Columbia Street; 3/7, 342 Columbia Street; 3/19, Edisona Drive; 3/26, 700 Prospect Avenue; 3/27, 101 Longview Street; Total:  5.

Harrassment: 3/13, Panera Bread; Total: 1.

Shoplifting: 3/11, Kmart; 3/17, Whole Foods; 3/19, Total Wine and More; 3/20, CVS, South Valley Road; 3/25 Northfield Liquor; 3/26, Shoprite; Total: 6.

ID Theft and Fraud: 3/6 Amos Street-ID theft; 3/7, South Valley Road-credit card theft ; 3/12, Watchung Avenue-Kearney Federal check fraud; 3/11 Prospect Avenue-credit card theft; 3/14, 95 Franklin Avenue-credit card theft; 3/18, Dunkin Donuts, Main Street-Counterfeit currency; 3/27, 127 Old Short Hills Road-Fraud; Total:7.     

Recovered Vehicles: 3/6, Rollinson Street; 3/23, Ashland Avenue; Total: 2.

Return of Found Property: 3/15, PVW and Sullivan Avenue-Black Bag; Total: 1.

Thefts: 3/11, 495 Prospect Avenue; 3/11, Shoprite-Purse; 3/12, Marriott Courtyard; 3/19, 327 Gregory Avenue; 3/29, Theft of Prespcription Medications, 168 Maple Street; Total: 5.

Warrant Arrests: 3/5, Route 280; 3/5, Whittlesey Avenue; 3/11, Fremont Street; 3/13, 246 Watchung Avenue; 3/17, Eagle Rock and Sherwood Avenues; 3/20, Northfield Avenue and Wheeler Street; Total: 6

 

 

 

 

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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