On 11/14/20 at 6:44 pm, Patrolman Anthony Calello and Patrolman Louis Plock, responded to the 500 block of Locust Street to check on the welfare of a motorist that was reported to be asleep in a motor vehicle.
Through an investigation, Glenn Miller, 63, of Union Township, was found to be in possession of a controlled dangerous substance and drug paraphernalia. He also exhibited signs of being under the influence of narcotics. Corporal Richard Gaylord then preformed the standardized field sobriety test on Miller. Based on Corporal Gaylord’s observations, he was placed under arrest for driving while under the influence.
At headquarters Miller was charged with the following motor vehicle charges, driving while under the influence, and operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence.
He was also charged with the following criminal charges, possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance.
Miller was released and is pending a future Roselle Park Municipal Court date.
On 11/20/20 at 12:00 am, Patrolman Christopher Cimilluca was on patrol on the 200 block of Pershing Ave. Patrolman Cimilluca observed an interior light on inside a motor vehicle. While exiting his patrol car to investigate, a subject fled on foot from the vehicle in question. Officer Cimilluca gave chase of the subject.
Engerbel Bonano, 24, of Elizabeth, was taken into custody by Patrolman Brian Matthews and Patrolman Christopher Cimilluca.
It was learned through the owner of the vehicle that the vehicle was burglarized. There were also other vehicles that were found burglarized as well, and an active investigation is being conducted by the Roselle Park Detective Bureau.
At headquarters, Bonano was charged with the following criminal charges, burglary and obstruction.
Bonano was released and is pending a future Union County Superior Court date.
Roselle Park Police Chief Daniel J. McCaffery reminds residents to keep their vehicles locked at all times to avoid being the target of theft.