Police Blotter

Bloomfield Police Blotter March 20 - 27 2017


BLOOMFIELD, NJ - The following police blotter has been issued by Detective Bureau Commander Glen Wiegand of the Bloomfield Police Department.


03/20/2017-Lourdes Nazario age 38 of Newark was arrested at 5:44pm and charged with shoplifting at the Walgreens Store on Belleville Avenue.  The suspect tried to leave the store without paying for three bags of Tide detergent.  The arrestee also had three outstanding warrants from Nutley, Bloomfield, and Atlantic City.

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03/22/207 -David Bambrick Jr age 33 of Belleville was arrested at 10:57am for shoplifting at the Stop & Shop Store.  The suspect stole a case of Red Bull drinks and was captured by police a short distance away after a brief foot pursuit.  The arrestee was charged with the theft and also had additional warrants from Newark, Bloomfield, and Clifton.  The arrestee was transported to the Essex County jail.

03/23/2017- A resident of Dodd Street reported that their unlocked vehicle was entered and property was stolen.  The property included a portable DVD player, DVD’s, and a knife.

.03/24/2017 -Jewel Soto age 26 of Bloomfield was arrested at 11:54am for theft of movable property and receiving stolen property. A neighbor on Gregory Terrace notified the police that a suspicious woman was in the rear yard of her neighbor’s house.  The complainant also stated that the woman had asked her minutes earlier if she had a dog that she could walk for her.  Communications dispatched the females’ description and the car she was driving.  Minutes later the female was stopped in Nutley several blocks away.  Upon interviewing her, detectives observed stolen mail on the front seat of her vehicle.  During the investigation, several packages were found in the arrestee’s vehicle which had also been stolen from Gregory terrace. 

03/25/2017- The owner of a business located at 1099 Broad Street reported that a laptop computer and wallet were stolen from a dining room chair between the hours of 9:00pm and 1:00am.

03/25/2017- Nancy Harrison age 60 of Newark was arrested at 12:31pm for shoplifting while at Jacks Super Foodtown.  The arrestee attempted to leave the store with 9 bottles of various aspirin.  The arrestee also had an additional warrant from the Essex County Sherriff’s Department.

03/25/2017- A resident of New Street reported that an unknown person entered their unlocked vehicle and stole a tan wallet.

03/25/2017- A resident of Spring Street reported that an unknown suspect entered their unlocked vehicle and stole electronic equipment and a knife.

03/25/2017- A resident of Sadler Road reported that an unknown suspect entered their unlocked vehicle and stole a wallet and a Kodak digital camera.

03/25/2017 -Orlando Christmas age 53 of Newark was arrested at 2:54pm for shoplifting at the Rite Aid.  The suspect fled the store without paying for several bottles of shampoo.  Arrestee was charged with shoplifting and released on a summons.

03/26/2017 -Orlando Christmas age 53 of Newark was arrested at 7:47am for shoplifting at the Stop & Shop.  The arrestee stole 4 bags of shrimp, Oreo cookies, and a bag of cups.  The arrestee was charged with shoplifting and released on a summons.

03/26/2017-Mayra Rios age 35 of Newark was arrested at 4:25pm while at the Stop & Shop Store.  The arrestee attempted to leave the store without paying for $174.99 worth of health and beauty items.  The arrestee was charged and released on a summons.


03/21/2017- Jason Henriques age 23 of Newark was arrested by the Detective Bureau at 11:00 am in front of his Newark residence. After a lengthy investigation, arrestee was charged with the burglary that occurred on 3/8/2017 at the Subway sandwich shop located at 121 Bloomfield Ave.

03/21/2017- A resident of Broad Street reported that at 10:08pm, a male suspect had entered his home through an unlocked front door.  The caller stated that he hit the suspect with a dining room chair; breaking it on the suspect.  He further stated that the suspect fled onto Broad Street and left the area.  After investigation of this incident, the alleged victim was charged with the fourth degree crime of “reporting to law enforcement authorities an offense knowing that it did not occur”.

03/25/2017- A homeowner on Park Avenue reported that between the hours of 5:30pm and 9:00pm, an unknown suspect forced open a front door and stole a laptop computer, a cell phone, and Bose earbuds.

03/25/2017- A homeowner on Ampere parkway reported that between the hours of 5:30pm and 11:00pm, an unknown suspect entered the home through a rear window and stole a laptop computer, an IPad, and jewelry.


03/21/2017- Li Guishun age 61 of Fairview was arrested by Bloomfield Police Anti-Crime unit during an undercover operation at 10:45am at 599 Bloomfield Ave. Bloomfield Health Spa. Ms. Li Guishum was charged with solicitation of prostitution and transported to Bloomfield Police HQ for processing.

Weapon Offense

03/24/2017- Brett Hudson age 34 of Biloxi Mississippi was arrested at 7:55 pm for unlawful possession of a firearm. Mr. Brett Hudson was pulled over during a motor vehicle violation on Bloomfield Ave and JFK Dr. After further investigation by Officer’s, Mr. Hudson was found to be in possession of a Glock 40 caliber handgun, hollow point bullets and a shotgun.


03/20/2017- Anfernee Neverson age 21 of Bloomfield was arrested at 8:03 pm for resisting arrest. After a dispute with another person at 630 Bloomfield Ave (7-11) police arrived on scene of the disturbance and Mr. Neverson refused to exit the vehicle when requested to do so by the police. Mr. Neverson was charged with Obstruction, Resisting arrest and Defiant trespassing.

Warrant Arrest

03/20/2017- Jerome Brown age 52 of Newark was arrested for multiple outstanding warrants from the Bloomfield Police.  Jerome Brown had been charged with multiple package thefts throughout the south-end of the Township.

03/20/2017- Tyese Beauharnais age 23 of Carlstadt was arrested for multiple warrants from Carlstadt and Fort Lee. Patrol officers were alerted via infocop that registered owner to that vehicle had active warrants from different jurisdictions. Bail was posted by Tyese Beauharnais.

03/20/2017- Ka’shiya Ward age 19 of Bloomfield was arrested at 293 Bloomfield Ave, United Check Cashing, for attempting to cash a fraudulent check.

03/22/2017- Daryn Zellers age 45 of Irvington was stopped by the Home Depot loss prevention manager. Mr. Zellers is not allowed on their property. Mr. Zellers had outstanding warrants from East Orange and also Fairfield.

03/23/2017- Sharolyn Douglass age 37 of Newark was picked up from East Orange Police Department on an active Bloomfield ATS warrant. Mrs. Douglass also had an outstanding warrant from Maplewood PD.

03/25/2017- Robert McCaskill age 51 of Newark was picked up from East Orange PD and transported to Bloomfield PD on an active warrant. Mr. McCaskill was placed into cell awaiting transportation to the County Jail.

03/25/2017- Carlos Polanco-Mercedes age 22 of Newark was stopped by the Anti-Crime unit for having fictitious plates attached to his vehicle. Mr. Polanco-Mercedes had an outstanding Bloomfield and Newark warrant. Bail was posted by Mr. Polanco-Mercedes for Bloomfield and a new court date was given for Newark PD.

03/27/2017- John Bimbo age 41 of Nutley was picked up by patrol from Nutley police headquarters on an outstanding arrest warrant from Bloomfield. Mr. Bimbo was subsequently released after appearing before the Judge.

03/27/2017- Michael Jensen age 26 of Livingston was transported to the Bloomfield Police Headquarters by Nutley PD on an outstanding warrant. Mr. Jensen was processed and given a new court date to appear.


03/21/2017- Adam Harvey age 22 of Paterson was arrested and charged with possession of CDS under 50g of marijuana. Mr. Harvey was inside of his parked vehicle in Upper Memorial Park after dark. Patrol officers checked on this vehicle and when approached by Officers they smelt the odor of burning marijuana emanating from his vehicle. Mr. Harvey was found to be in possession of a small baggie with green leafy vegetation believed to be marijuana.

03/26/2017- Nyle Hardy age 22 of East Orange was arrested and charged with possession of CDS under 50 g of marijuana. Mr. Hardy was observed sitting inside of his vehicle on Floyd Ave by patrol officers. Mr. Hardy was found to be in possession of a marijuana cigarette and three glass bowls commonly used to smoke marijuana.

03/27/2017- James Froelich age 38 of Bloomfield was arrested and charged with possession of a hypodermic needle and drug paraphernalia. Mr. Froelich was stopped by patrol units in the area Baldwin St and East Passaic Ave after a call was received from Baldwin St. of a man looking into windows. Mr. Froelich had in his possession several needles along with several clear glassine baggies with different color stampings on them..


03/20/2017- Luis Cuautle-Cuateco age 44 of Kearney was arrested at 11:22 pm and charged with DUI. Police observed Mr. Cuautle-Cuateco’s vehicle traveling south on Orange St then make a sudden turn at a high rate of speed onto Watsessing Ave. Officers effected a motor vehicle stop of Mr. Cuautle-Cuateco car at Westinghouse Plaza. While speaking to Mr.Cuautle-Cuateco officers detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his breath. After several Field Sobriety Tests it was determined that Mr Cuautle-Cuateco was under the influence of an alcoholic beverage. He was transported to police headquarters and additionally issued summons for Failure to yield, Careless driving and driving without a license.

03/26/2017- Demario Joseph age 25 of West Orange was arrested at 02:04 am and charged with DUI. Police observed Mr. Demario Joseph’s vehicle cross over the center line several times in violation. Upon conducting a motor vehicle stop officers immediately detected an odor of alcoholic beverage emanating from Mr. Joseph’s breath. Mr. Joseph was arrested for multiple outstanding warrants at the time. At police HQ Mr. Joseph was administered a HGN test which confirmed patrols observations. Mr. Joseph was additionally issued a summons for refusal and traffic on marked lanes.


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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