MILLBURN, NJ — The following is the Millburn Police Department Blotter from Feb. 4 through Feb. 11:
On February 4, 2020 Millburn Police Officer Hay responded to a Nottingham Rd residence on a report of a stolen motor vehicle. The resident reported that sometime overnight, unknown actors took a 2015 Infiniti QX60 from their driveway. The vehicle was later recovered on February 5th in East Orange. The incident is under investigation by the Millburn Police Detective Bureau.
On February 5, 2020 Millburn Police Officer Nacim responded to Saint Laurent at The Mall at Short Hills on a theft report. Saint Laurent associates reported that a white female identified as Carlotta Valsecchi, age 31 of Brooklyn, NY, selected 4 handbags, total value $7845.46, and attempted to purchase them using a credit card and identification of another person. Valsecchi was placed under arrest for credit card fraud and using false identification. She was subsequently issued summonses and released.
On February 6, 2020 Millburn Police Officer Herrera responded to a fraud report at Bloomingdales at the Mall at Short Hills. Bloomingdales associates reported that an Asian male, identified as Jhen Wei Chen, age 23 of Flushing, NY, along with two juveniles, age 15, had selected Gucci shoes and attempted to purchase them with using a credit card and identification of another person. All three males were taken into custody and Chen was charged with credit card fraud and using false identification. He was later issued summonses and released.
On February 10, 2020, Millburn Police Officer Aliotta stopped a 2002 Hyundai Sonata for failure to maintain lanes on Old Short Hills Road. The investigation led to the arrest of Reginald Taylor, age 41, of Morristown, NJ for possession of a controlled dangerous substance(marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia. Taylor was subsequently issued summonses and released.
On February 11, 2020 Millburn Police Officer Kelly responded to Apple at The Mall at Short Hills on a theft report. Apple associates reported that on February 1, 2020, an unknown male and an unknown female selected 2 pieces of software and 8 Magic Trackpads, total value $1431.90, concealed the items and left the store without making payment. The incident is under investigation by the Millburn Police Detective Bureau.
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.