Police Blotter

Bloomfield Police Department Blotter February 12 to 18, 2018

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BLOOMFIELD, NJ - The following police blotter has been issued by Lt. Anthony Sisco of the Bloomfield Police Department.

Shoplifting: 2/12/18 -Wanda Ollie Age 41 of Orange, NJ- Officers responded to 135 Bloomfield Ave (Dollar Tree) on a report of a shoplifting. Suspect who is a known shoplifter to store employees was observed concealing several items into a backpack ($40.00 value). Loss Prevention Detained Suspect while attempting to only purchase (2) Bottles of Tide. Officers discovered Suspect to be in possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Suspect was placed under arrest, transported to HQ, processed and charged with Shoplifting and Poss. of Drug Para. Then placed into Cell Block awaiting transport to County Jail.

2/13/18- Officers responded to 131 Bloomfield Ave (Sally’s Beauty Supply) on a report of a shoplifting. Complainant reported an Unknown Black Female took a curling iron ($62.00 value) from a shelf, then ran out of the store without purchasing item. Suspect is described as approx. 40 years of age, black jacket, carrying a Pink handbag. An area search for the Suspect by Officers yielded Negative Results. Incident captured by In-Store Video, and currently under investigation.

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2/15/18- Lourdes Nazario Age 39 of Newark, NJ- Officers dispatched to 8 Franklin Street (Stop & Shop) on a shoplifter detained by Loss Prevention. The female suspect was observed placing several beauty products in a bag ($51.09 value) then attempting to exit store without purchasing items. Suspect was placed under arrest, transported to HQ, processed, charged with Shoplifting, then placed into Cell Block awaiting transport to County Jail.

2/15/18- While on Routine Patrol, Officers were flagged down by a CVS employee who wanted to Report a shoplifting. Suspect described as an Unknown Black Male, tall, wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, and a wool hat with stripes. The Suspect concealed cosmetic items concealed on his person ($258.00 value) fleeing from store without purchasing items.

2/16/18- Jose Rivera Age 54 of Bloomfield, NJ- Officers dispatched to 60 Orange Street (Home Depot) on a report of a shoplifter detained by Loss Prevention. The suspect was observed taking a “Rigid- Model” compact router valued ($99.00 value) attempting to exit store without purchasing prior to being stopped by Loss Prevention. Suspect was placed under arrest, transported to HQ, processed and charged with shoplifting. Suspect was released with a pending court date.years of age, black jacket, carrying a Pink handbag. An area search for the Suspect by Officers yielded Negative Results. Incident captured by In-Store Video, and currently under investigation.

2/15/18- Lourdes Nazario Age 39 of Newark, NJ- Officers dispatched to 8 Franklin Street (Stop & Shop) on a shoplifter detained by Loss Prevention. The female suspect was observed placing several beauty products in a bag ($51.09 value) then attempting to exit store without purchasing items. Suspect was placed under arrest, transported to HQ, processed, charged with Shoplifting, then placed into Cell Block awaiting transport to County Jail.

2/15/18- While on Routine Patrol, Officers were flagged down by a CVS employee who wanted to Report a shoplifting. Suspect described as an Unknown Black Male, tall, wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, and a wool hat with stripes. The Suspect concealed cosmetic items concealed on his person ($258.00 value) fleeing from store without purchasing items

. 2/16/18- Jose Rivera Age 54 of Bloomfield, NJ- Officers dispatched to 60 Orange Street (Home Depot) on a report of a shoplifter detained by Loss Prevention. The suspect was observed taking a “Rigid- Model” compact router valued ($99.00 value) attempting to exit store without purchasing prior to being stopped by Loss Prevention. Suspect was placed under arrest, transported to HQ, processed and charged with shoplifting. Suspect was released with a pending court date. 

2/18/18- Rhett Ellis Age 53 of East Orange, NJ- Officers were dispatched to 8 Franklin Street (Stop & Shop) on a report of a shoplifter detained by Loss Prevention. Suspect was observed in the beauty aisle concealing (4) boxes of beauty products in his shirt. Items taken were (3) Magnum Contraceptives, (1) Bareskin Contraceptive (total value of $48.96). Suspect was arrested, transported to HQ, processed and charged with Shoplifting. Suspect released with a pending court date.

Theft: 2/18/18- Officers dispatched to Ampere Parkway on a report of Theft. Complainant reported that her neighbor’s snow blower is missing from her garage. The snow blower was last seen in Mid November valued ($650.00). There were No signs of forced entry to the garage.

Warrant Arrests: 2/12/18- Ryan Pyne Age 30 of Bloomfield, NJ- While on Routine Patrol, Officers after performing a Random Plate Check on a Vehicle Traveling on Broad St, were alerted to an Outstanding Warrant out of Bloomfield for the Registered Owner. A MV Stop was performed, Driver produced ID identifying himself as the Registered owner. Driver was placed under arrest, transported to HQ, Processed and released with a new pending court date.

2/13/18- Rayquan Kirkland, Age 22 of Bloomfield, NJ, Candace, Gaeta, Age 19 of Bloomfield, NJ- Detectives observed (2) individuals, a male and a female known to have Open Arrest Warrants. Both Individuals were detained, Record Checked yielding results of Outstanding Warrants out of Bloomfield and the Jurisdictions of Kearny and Totowa. Both were placed under arrest, transported to HQ, Processed and released with New Pending Court Dates.

2/14/18- Ashley Reyes Age 29 of Bloomfield, NJ- As A result of a MV Stop, and a Record Check, Officers were alerted that the Driver was operating a vehicle with a Suspended Registration and Driver’s License, also having an Outstanding Warrant for Bloomfield. Driver was placed under arrest, transported to HQ, processed and released with a pending Court date.

2/14/18- Jennifer Garcia Age 22 of Bloomfield, NJ- While on Routine Patrol, Officers Performed a Random Plate check on a vehicle traveling on Bloomfield Ave. Which Alerted Officers to the Registered Owner having a Suspended License and an Outstanding Warrant out of the Jurisdiction of Passaic. A MV Stop was performed where Driver provided ID identifying as the Registered Owner. Driver was placed under arrest, transported to HQ, processed and released with a new court date.

2/17/18- Orlando Christmas Age 54 of Newark, NJ- Officers dispatched to 135 Bloomfield Ave (Dollar Tree) on a suspicious individual who is a known shoplifter. This individual was record checked which alerted Officers that individual has an Outstanding Warrant for the E.C. Sheriff’s Dept. Suspect was arrested, transported to HQ, processed and placed in Cell Block awaiting the E.C. Sheriff’s Dept.

 

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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