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Montclair Police Blotter: Unlocked Motor Vehicle Theft, Arrests and More


MONTCLAIR, NJ - The following police blotter was released on January 31, 2017 from the Montclair Police Department:


01-23- 2017 Mr. Bernard Easterling was arrested and charged with Receiving Stolen Property and Eluding as a result of an investigation. Mr. Easterling was in possession of a stolen car and fled police on 09-15-2016.

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01-25- 2017 (Godfrey Road) Mr. Joseph Dore, 23yoa from Dumont, was arrested and charged with possession of CDS

01-25- 2017 (S. Park Street) Mr. Samir Bryant, 22yoa from Totowa, was arrested and charged with Theft and Terroristic Threats as a result of an investigation. Mr. Bryant had stolen a cell phone and threatened the victim on 01-11- 2017.

01-26- 2017 (Bloomfield Avenue) Ms. Maysoun Dandis, 51yoa from little Ferry, was arrested and charged with shoplifting as a result of an investigation.

01-26- 2017 (Bloomfield Avenue) Mr. Damon Woods, 20yoa from Montclair, was charged with Receiving Stolen Property as a result of a burglary investigation.

01-27- 2017 (Oak Street) Mr. Travis Ware, 21yoa from West Orange, was arrested and charged with Possession of CDS.


01-25- 2017 (Curtis Terrace) An unlocked vehicle was rummaged through. Unknown if anything was taken in this incident.

01-25- 2017 (Lewellyn Road) Two unlocked vehicles were rummaged through. Unknown if anything was taken in this incident.

01-25- 2017 (Clinton Avenue) Attempted burglary to a residence. A suspect described as a black male, approximately 5'9-5'10, with light scruff on his face, wearing a black long sleeve shirt with a hood, black pants, and a black winter hat, attempted to gain access to a residence in the area.

01-26- 2017 (Orange Road) Theft from two unlocked motor vehicles. Cash and a purse were taken in these incidents.

01-26- 2017 (Eagle Rock Way) Burglary to an unlocked garage. A computer was taken in this incident.


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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