On September 28, 2016 at 2:30 am Millburn Police Officer Rebelo observed an individual, later identified as 36 year old George Brown out of Orange, walking westbound on Millburn Ave from Blaine Street. Mr. Brown began walking quickly in the opposite direction after noticing the police vehicle. Officer Rebelo spoke to Mr. Brown who had a bulge of loose change in his pocket. The investigation led to the arrest of Mr. Brown for burglary to an auto on Blaine Street and theft. Mr. Brown was released with a summons.

On September 28, 2016 Millburn Police Officer Barbosa responded to a Millburn Ave residence on a report of a burglary to a motor vehicle. The victim reports sometime overnight unknown actor/s entered his 2004 Mercedes Sprint Van and took $6.00 in change. The incident is under investigation by the Millburn Police Detective Bureau.

On September 28, 2016 Millburn Police Officer Barbosa responded to the Louis Vuitton store at The Mall at Short Hills on a theft report. Louis Vuitton personnel report the theft of 4 handbags and 4 wallets valued at $12,810.00. The actors are described as: 1 white male wearing a white/black polo shirt and blue jeans, 1 hispanic female wearing a grey sweater and black pants, 1 hispanic female wearing a checkered shirt and black pants, and 1 hispanic female wearing a tribal beige/red shirt and black pants. The actors concealed the merchandise in shopping bags and left the store without making payment.The incident is under investigation by the Millburn Police Detective Bureau.

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On October 1, 2016 Millburn Police Officer Recinos responded to Chatham Road on a report of a suspicious person, later identified as 22 year old Aquell Rasberry out of Maplewood. Mr. Rasberry was found to have an outstanding criminal warrant out of South Orange and was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. Mr. Rasberry was released with a new court date.

 

“These are accusations. All defendants are presumed innocent unless and until they enter a guilty plea or are found guilty in a court of law.”