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Montclair Police Blotter: Multiple Vehicles Rummaged, Arrests and More


MONTCLAIR, NJ - The following blotter was released by the Montclair Police Department on February 13, 2018:

02-05- 2018 (Bloomfield Avenue) Mr. David Blakely, 27yoa from Montclair was arrested on an open
Montclair warrant ($250)
02-09- 2018 (Lackawanna Plaza) Ms. Tawanna Hill, 36yoa from Montclair, was arrested for open
warrants out of Montclair and Little Falls totaling $5,000.
02-11- 2018 (Bloomfield Avenue) Mr. Eric Wallace, 49yoa from North Carolina, was arrested on an open
warrant out of the Atlantic County Sheriffs Department.

02-06- 2018 (Carey Court) Two unlocked vehicles were entered. A pair of headphones were taken.
02-06- 2018 (CVS, Claremont Avenue) Two females were observed stealing numerous containers of
allergy medication. The two females fled the area on foot.
02-07- 2018 (Stonebridge Road) A pocketbook was stolen from a parked motor vehicle. A passenger
window was smashed to gain entry.
02-10- 2018 (Christopher Street) A pocketbook, which had been left unattended in a driveway, was
taken. It was later located discarded in the street. A cellular telephone was missing from the
02-10- 2018 (Elm Street) Theft of a 2003 Honda Odyssey from a residential driveway. The key was inside
the vehicle.
02-11- 2018 (Ward Place) A motor vehicle was entered and loose change taken. There was no sign of
forced entry.
02-11- 2018 (Ward Place) A vehicle was rummaged through, but nothing reported taken. No sign of
forced entry.
02-11- 2018 (High Street) Two vehicles were entered. A briefcase was taken in this incident.
02-11- 2018 (Amelia Street) A vehicle was rummaged through, but nothing reported missing. This
vehicle had been left unlocked.

02-12- 2018 (Quick Chek, Valley Road) A customer reached over the counter and grabbed a number of
$20 bills from an open register. He then fled the scene on a Black SUV. He was described as a 6’ tall

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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