Police Blotter

January Police Blotter Includes Theft and Burglary

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Jan 1: Victor T. Cotto, 20, Stanhope was arrested for possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia, Resisting Arrest and Driving While Intoxicated.  Cotto was processed, issued several motor vehicle summons and then released.

Jan 1: Francis L. Davis, 50, Newark was stopped for a motor vehicle violation and subsequently arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Passaic City Municipal Court.  Davis was processed and released.

Jan 2: Peter A. Cirillo, Morris Plains was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Randolph Municipal Court.  Cirillo was processed and then transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility in default of bail.

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Jan 3: Gregory D. Wallace, 33, Budd Lake was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Morris County Sheriff’s Office.  Wallace was processed and then transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility.

Jan 4: Police responded to residence on Morris Tpk for a Burglary.  The front door of the residence was forced open.  The Morris County Sheriff’s Office C.I.S. Unit responded to process the scene.

Jan 5: Robert Barthelus, 26, Parsippany was arrested for Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia following a motor vehicle stop.  Barthelus was processed and released.

Jan 5: Officer Jeremiah Crowley responded to the LA Fitness for a reported theft.  The victim stated someone broke into his locked locker.

Jan 10: Vinson H. Cilli, 46, River Edge was arrested for an outstanding traffic warrant out of Pennsauken Municipal Court.  Cilli was processed and released.

Jan 1:  Francis F. Mandeville, 53, Newton was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Randolph Municipal Court.  Mandeville was processed and then transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility in default of bail.

Jan 15: Elliot K. Williams, 38, Parsippany was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.  Williams was processed and issued several motor vehicle summons prior to being released.

Jan 15: Police responded the Quaker Village Apartment for a dumpster fire.  The Randolph Fire Department arrived on scene and quickly extinguished the fire.

Jan 18: Marc J. Villone, 46, Wharton was arrested for an outstanding thru the Morris County Sheriff’s Office.  Villone was processed and transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility.

Jan 18: Officer James Pritchard Jr. took a report of a stolen cell phone from a place of business in Randolph. 

Jan 21: Officer Robert Coyle responded to a residence for a report of an unknown vehicle blocking the complainant’s driveway.  A check of the vehicle’s registration indicated the vehicle was stolen.  The Morris County Sheriff’s C.I.S. Unit processed the scene prior to the vehicle being removed.

Jan 21: Officer Robert Coyle took a report of theft.  The victim stated his wallet was stolen from an unlocked locker at the YMCA.

Jan 30: Justin A. Sanchez, 24, Rockaway was arrested for possession of Marijuana and drug paraphernalia.  Sanchez was processed and released.

Jan 31: Tony L. Clark, 33, Charlotte NC was arrested for several outstanding warrants issued by the Randolph, Netcong and Weehawken Courts.  Clark was processed and transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility.

Several reports were taken from victims claiming phone or charge accounts were opened using their personal information.

Police also took several reports for fraudulent charges made to their credit cards.

 

 

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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