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Montclair Police Blotter: Two Restaurants and One Business Burglarized and More


Montclair Police Department

Blotter 12-13-2016



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12-08-2016 (Central Avenue)  Ms. Ashlee Furguson, 31yoa from Columbia, Georgia, was arrested and charged with DWI.


12-09-2016 (Bloomfield Avenue) Ms. Christina Flores, 33yoa from Elizabeth, was arrested and charged with DWI.




12-07-2016 (Willowmere Avenue) An unlocked vehicle which was parked in a residential driveway was entered.  Unknown on any proceeds at this time. 


12-07-2016 (Gates Avenue) Theft of a delivered package from a front porch.  This package contained a vacuum cleaner. 


12-07-2016 (Gates Avenue) Theft of a delivered package from a front porch.  This package contained children’s toys.


12-08-2016 (25 Depot Square, Erie Saloon) Theft of a 2003 Mercury Marquis from a parking space next to the building. 


12-08-2016 (Ward Place) Burglary to a residence.  Access was gained by breaking a window. A laptop computer and other electronics were taken. 


12-08-2016 (Charles Street) Theft from an unlocked motor vehicle.  A wallet, containing cash, was taken in this incident. 


12-09-2016 (Orange Road, Ferrara’s Auto) Burglary to a commercial establishment.  A laptop, cellular telephone, and digital camera were stolen in this incident. 


12-09-2016 (Willowdale Avenue)  Burglary to a residence.  Jewelry was taken in this incident. 


12-09-2016 (Montclair Avenue)  Theft of a delivered package.  This package contained a wristwatch. 


12-11-2016 (Bloomfield Avenue, Trend Tea House)  Burglary to a commercial establishment.  Loose change was taken from the cash register. 


12-11-2016 (Watchung Plaza, Wah-Chung Chinese Kitchen) Burglary to a commercial establishment.  Cash, a computer, and food products were taken in this incident. 


12-11-2016 (Washington Street) Theft of two bicycles from the side yard of a residence. 


D/Lt. David O’Dowd

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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