Police & Fire

Livingston Police Recover Stolen Vehicle & More Vehicle-Related Incidents


LIVINGSTON, NJ — Following the recovery of a stolen vehicle in Livingston, police were also contacted about vehicles being entered and burglarized last week on Falcon Road.

At approximately 12 noon on Monday, police headquarters received a call about a suspicious vehicle parked at 81 Chestnut Street. Subsequent to investigation, police discovered that the vehicle had recently been stolen out of Newark.

According to Newark police, the owner had reported earlier that the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro had been stolen.

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Vanderli Aos-Santos, 28, of Newark was subsequently arrested and charged with receiving stolen and hindering apprehension with false information.

According to police, Aos-Santos also had outstanding warrants out of Newark. He was taken into custody and the vehicle impounded. He was sent to the Essex County Corrections Facility in lieu of bail.

The next day, at approximately 6:30 p.m., police received a call about an unlocked vehicle being entered at 71 Falcon Road. Police said a pocketbook and wallet were taken from the vehicle.

Police discovered later that a second vehicle on Falcon had been entered and rummaged through but nothing was taken. The investigation is continuing. 

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