Police Blotter

Bloomfield Police Department Blotter January 29 - February 4, 2018

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Bloomfield Police Department Blotter January 29 - February 4, 2018 Credits: Bloomfield Police Department
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BLOOMFIELD, NJ - The following police blotter has been issued by Lt. Anthony Sisco of the Bloomfield Police Department.

Shoplifting:

1/29/18- Officers responded to 250 Glenwood Ave (CVS) on a report of a shoplifting. An unknown male wearing a blue jacket, blue jeans, red cap, and, white sneakers concealed medicine from inside of the establishment and fled without paying. A search of the area for the suspect was conducted with negative results.

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1/29/18- Larry Clemons Age 56 of Newark, NJ- Officers responded to 244 Bloomfield Ave (Aldi Food Store) on a report of a shoplifting. The suspect was located walking on Bloomfield Ave. With health care products in his possession that were taken from the store. The suspect was arrested, transported to HQ, and released with a pending court date.

1/30/18- Kelvin Speight Age 52 of Newark, NJ- Officers arrived at 250 Glenwood Avenue (CVS) on a report of a shoplifting. Store manager observed an unknown male, later identified as Mr. Speight, concealed items from the store shelves. The suspect attempted to leave the store with boxes of heartburn medication valued at $227.77. The suspect was arrested, transported to HQ, charged with shoplifting and released with a pending court date.

2/1/18- Officers were dispatched to 8 Franklin Street (Marshalls) on a report of a shoplifting. The Loss Prevention Manager stopped an unknown male who took sneakers valued at $103.00. The suspect was advised not to return to the establishment in the near future

2/1/18- Monzerrat Marrano Age 29 of Nutley, NJ- Officers in the area of Orange street reported to (Home Depot) on a report of a shoplifting. After a brief foot pursuit by the Officers, the suspect was found in another establishment with the stolen items in her possession. The items taken were a drill, a tool, and a lock valued at $187.47. The suspect was arrested, transported to HQ, charged with shoplifting and released with a pending court date.

Theft: 1/29/18- An Officer responded to Arlington Avenue on a report of a theft. Complainant stated once he arrived at work he noticed items missing. A bicycle, a drawer, tools, and a black bag with paper work were all taken from the area. Total values of proceeds taken are $10,300.

1/30/18- Complainant approached an officer to make a Theft Report. Complainant stated someone stole his companies black Trailer along with white message board. The message board has dark letters stating “Boycott using out of state workers”.

Theft from Auto:

1/31/18- A resident from Orchard Street responded to the police desk to make a theft from auto report. The resident stated her laptop was stolen from her vehicle that was parked in front of her residence. The laptop is valued at $640.00.

Package Theft:

2/2/18- Officers responded to North 13th Street on a report of a Package Theft. Complainant observed her package was taken from her front porch. An unknown black male wearing a black jacket, tan hat, and tan pants concealed the package that contained a toy box valued at $50.00 and fled the area. A search of the area was negative for the suspect.

2/3/18- A Waldo Street resident responded to the police desk to make a Package Theft report. Complainant stated a black male wearing a yellow hat, brown pants, and black boots, 6 feet tall, took his package that contained beauty products valued at $150.00 off of his front steps and fled from the area.

Motor Vehicle Theft:

1/30/18- Officers responded to Grove Street on a Motor Vehicle Theft. The resident started up her vehicle in her driveway. Owner of the vehicle stated she started up her vehicle but went back into the house for about two minutes to retrieve something. When she came out of her house, the vehicle was gone. The vehicle is described as a 2016 Black Infinti QX50. The vehicle was entered NCIC stolen. Burglary: 2/2/18- Officers responded to Watsessing Avenue on a report of an Attempt Burglary. The resident arrived home to find that his doors were unlocked, a window open, and a few things in his bedroom misplaced. Items in the other area of the house were secured.

Warrant Arrest:

1/30/18- Devante Rouse Age 21 of Newark, NJ- Officers on Patrol conducted a MV stop on a vehicle traveling on Bloomfield Ave. The driver had tinted windows and a warrant out of Newark. The driver was approached, advised the reason for the stop and showed all proper identification needed. The driver was arrested, transported to HQ, and released with a pending court date.

1/31/18-Leonardo Aquino Age 32 of Newark, NJ- While on Patrol Officers conducted a random plate check on a vehicle traveling on Grove Street. The check revealed that the driver had a suspended driver’s license and a warrant out of Cedar Grove. A MV stop was conducted; the driver was stopped, advised the reason for the stopped, and showed all proper identification needed. The driver was arrested, transported to HQ, and released with a pending court date.

2/3/18- Suzelle Napoleon Age 26 of Bloomfield, NJ- Officers on Patrol conducted a random plate inquiry on a vehicle traveling on Bloomfield Ave. It revealed that the driver had a warrant out of Middletown. A MV

stop was conducted and the driver showed all proper identification needed. The driver was arrested, transported to HQ, and released with a pending court date.

2/4/18- Jerome, Brown Age 53 of Newark, NJ- While on Patrol on North 16th Street and First Ave. Officers were with a suspect later identified as Jerome Brown. Mr. Brown was arrested previously for larceny in the same area as he was stopped today. Mr. Brown was record checked NCIC for any wants/warrants/hold. Officers were advised by central communications that Mr. Brown had an active want out of the Essex County Sheriff’s Department and a Bloomfield warrant in the amount of $226.00. The suspect was arrested, transported to HQ and is awaiting transport to ECCF.

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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