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Montclair Police Blotter: Theft of Delivery Vehicle, Burglaries and More

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Arrest:
01-24- 2018 – Mr. Gerod Davis, 25yoa from Orange, was arrested in cooperation with South Orange
Police Department. He was arrested based on a Montclair investigation into two thefts from vehicles
and the attempted burglary of a residence.
01-25- 2018 (Walnut Street) Ms. Kamakshi Parekh, 32yoa from Verona, was arrested and charged with
DWI
01-26- 2018 (Elm Street) Mr. Yves Desir Jr., 41yoa from East Orange, was arrested and charged with DWI.

Burglary/Theft:
01-23- 2018 (Hillside Avenue) Theft of a delivery vehicle, which had ben left running in the street. This
vehicle was located within the hour, parked unoccupied in the City of Orange.
01-23- 2018 (Ramsey Road) Burglary to a residence. Jewelry was taken in this incident.
01-24- 2018 (Pine Street) Theft of an iPod Touch and loose change from a motor vehicle
01-25- 2018 (Berkeley Place) Theft of a 2016 BMW X1 from a residential driveway.
01-25- 2018 (Upper Mountain Avenue) Theft of a 2017 Ford Explorer from the driveway of a home.
01-25- 2018 (Greenview Way) Burglary to a residence through an unlocked door. Cash was taken in this
incident.
01-25- 2018 (Pine Street) Theft of a Ford 500 Sedan from an apartment building parking area.
01-28- 2018 (Wilfred Street) Theft of cash from an unlocked motor vehicle.
01-28- 2018 (Munn Street) Theft of a backpack from a parked motor vehicle.

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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