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Montclair Police Blotter: Luring Incident, Theft of Scratch-offs, Arrests and More

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - The following blotter was compiled by Lt. Daviod O'Dowd of the Montclair Police Department on April 4, 2018:


Arrest:
03-29- 2018 (Walnut Street) Mr. Damon Brackett, 38yoa from Michigan, was arrested and charged with
DWI
03-29- 2018 (Bloomfield Avenue) Ms. Jamie Bandinelli, 21yoa from Bayonne, was arrested and charged
with DWI


Burglary/Theft:
03-28- 2018 (S. Park Street) Theft of an unattended cellular telephone.
03-30- 2018 (Jacks, N. Fullerton) Theft of lottery scratch-off tickets. The suspect, an elderly African
American male, approximately 6’ tall, waited until the clerk was distracted and grabbed the tickets off
the store counter.
04-01- 2018 (New Jin Lin Chinese Restaurant) Theft of the tip jar from the store register area.
04-01- 2018 (Delta, Harrison Avenue) Theft of gas. The vehicle, a 4-door Black Honda, fled the scene
after receiving a full tank.
04-02- 2018 (Glenwood Avenue) Theft of silverware from a home. There was no sign of forced entry.


Miscellaneous:
03-29- 2018 (Midland Avenue) A 12yoa female was standing on Midland Avenue when she was
approached by a white male in his 70’s with gray hair operating a silver/gray Honda Accord with dark
tinted windows. The male stated “come on, get in the car” before speeding away, southbound on
Midland Avenue.

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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