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Summit Police Blotter

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01/26 - Chaz T. Partosan, 26, of Queens, New York was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Partosan was released with a pending court date.

02/02 - Wilbert L. Royal, 37, of Bloomfield was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Royal was released with a pending court date.

02/02 - Matthew J. Marrero, 26, of Newark was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, and on two contempt of court warrants. Mr. Marrero was released with a pending court date for all charges.

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02/02 - Joseph R. Stevenson, 21, of Bayonne was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Stevenson was released with a pending court date.

02/03 - Jessica N. Ji, 20, of Short Hills was arrested for possession of marijuana and use of paraphernalia. Ms. Ji was released with a pending court date.

02/03 - Anthony M. Valderrama, 36, of Union was arrested for possession of marijuana. Mr. Valderrama was released with a pending court date.

02/04 - Jamirah I. Davis, 25, of Orange was arrested for several contempt of court warrants out of East Orange. Ms. Davis was released with a pending court date.



02/04 - At 1632 hours a report was taken for a theft of a Razor Scooter from the Summit Middle School. The incident occurred between 1930 hours on 02/03 and 1530 hours on 02/04. The victim reports the scooter was secured to the bicycle rack with a combination lock, which was left behind. The scooter is described as a silver frame Razor Scooter with black/red wheels, valued at approximately $100.00.

02/05 - Eric Lozada, 20, of Summit was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. Mr. Lozada was released with a pending court date.

02/08 - Robert A. Spillman, 26, of Manalapan was arrested for a contempt of court warrant out of Woodbridge. Mr. Spillman was released with a pending court date.

02/08 - At 1205 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Broad Street business. The owner reported two individuals entered his business and made fraudulent purchases over the course of three days, 12/26/16-12/28/16. The total value of the items fraudulently purchased was approximately $309.18.

02/08 - At 1605 hours a report was taken for a theft of jewelry from a Colt Road residence. The victim states the incident occurred between 0800 hours on 02/06/17 and 1605 hours on 02/08/17. Taken from the residence were numerous pieces of jewelry, specifically: 1 pair of Temple St. Clair Sapphire Earrings, 1 pair of Temple St. Clair Moonstone Earrings, 1 three piece necklace made of crystal, diamond and moonstone, 1 pair of FGN green earrings, 1 silver and sapphire bracelet with an inscription engraved on it, 1 gold bracelet and 1 pair of diamond stud earrings. Total value of the stolen jewelry was approximately $15,700.00.

02/09 - At 1718 hours a report was taken for an IRS telephone scam. The victim reports that on this date he received a message from a female advising him to contact the IRS for back taxes owed. The victim called the number and was advised by a male party to respond to CVS to purchase several hundred dollars in iTunes gift cards. The victim did so, and provided the serial numbers to the caller. It wasn’t until afterwards; the victim realized he had been scammed by a fraudulent phone call. In total, the victim provided $500.00 worth of iTunes gift cards.

02/10 - Zachary E. Bruntel, 23, of Fanwood turned himself in on a contempt of court warrant from the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office. Mr. Bruntel was arrested and transported to the Morris County Jail.

02/12 - At 1130 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Glenwood Place residence. Taken from the residence was a Samsung S7 cell phone, valued at approximately $500.00.

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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