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02/26- At 1738 hours a report was taken for a theft from the Summit Public Library. The victim reports a silver iPad Air 2 in a green case was removed from the library around 1600 hours on 02/01/17. The approximate value of the stolen iPad was $300.00.

03/02- At 0906 hours a report was taken for a theft from a residence on Prospect Street. The witness reported that two individuals had removed copper piping from a driveway of a house that was being worked on. Approximate value of the copper piping was approximately $60.00.

03/03- At 1522 hours a report was taken for a theft from Overlook Hospital. The incident occurred between 1400 hours on 03/02 and 0700 hours on 03/03. Taken from a secured room was a Detecto brand AP-4KD model, sponge/wet diaper scale. The approximate value for this item was between $399.00-$555.00.

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03/06- At 0921 hours a report was taken for a theft of electronics. The victim reports either misplacing or having stolen a silver iPad 2 in a black case. The incident occurred on 02/24 between 0815 hours and 1445 hours. The approximate value of the iPad is $200.00.

03/08- At 0627 hours a report was taken for a theft from a motor vehicle on Blackburn Place. The two vehicles were entered sometime between 2200 hours on 03/07 and 0627 hours on 03/08. Taken from the vehicles, which were parked in a driveway and left unlocked, was approximately $10.00 in cash.

03/08- At 0717 hours a report was taken for a motor vehicle that had been entered during the overnight hours on Prospect Street. The incident occurred between 2200 hours on 03/07 and 0717 hours on 03/08. The vehicle, which had been parked in the driveway and left unlocked, had been rummaged through with no items reported missing.

03/08- At 0827 hours a report was taken for a theft from a motor vehicle at a Blackburn Place residence. The incident occurred during the overnight hours of 03/07 into 03/08. The vehicle, which had been parked in a driveway and left unlocked, had been entered with approximately $5.00 worth of loose change being removed.

 

03/08- At 0832 hours a report was taken for a motor vehicle that had been entered during the overnight hours on Blackburn Road. The incident occurred between 2200 hours on 03/07 and 0700 hours on 03/08. The vehicle, which had been parked in a driveway and left unlocked, had been entered with no property being removed.

03/08- At 0835 hours a report was taken for a theft from two parked, unlocked motor vehicles. The incident occurred at a Oakland Place residence during the overnight hours of 03/07 into 03/08. The victim reports approximately $6.00 worth of change was removed from the vehicle.

03/08- At 0855 hours a report was taken for a motor vehicle that had been entered during the overnight hours on Oakland Place. The vehicle, which had been parked in the driveway and left unlocked, had been entered with no property being removed.

03/08- At 0856 hours a report was taken for a theft from a parked, unlocked motor vehicle. The incident occurred at a Prospect Street residence between 2200 hours on 03/07 and 0800 hours on 03/08. The victim reports the vehicle was entered with approximately $20.00 worth of loose change being removed.

03/08- At 0947 hours a report was taken for a theft from a parked, unlocked motor vehicle. The incident occurred at a Blackburn Road residence between 1200 hours on 3/07 and 0830 hours on 03/08. The victim reports the vehicle was entered with approximately $2.00 worth of loose change being removed.

03/08- At 1026 hours a report was taken for a theft from a parked, unlocked motor vehicle. The incident occurred at a Tulip Street residence between 2200 hours on 03/07 and 0800 hours on 03/08. The victim reports the vehicle was entered with approximately $5.00 worth of loose change being removed.

03/08- George W. Brown, 37, of Orange was arrested for five counts of burglary and five counts of theft by unlawful taking. Mr. Brown was released with a pending court date.

03/08- At 1810 hours a report was taken for a theft from a motor vehicle. The vehicle had been parked and left unlocked at a Morris Avenue business. The victim reports missing when returning to the vehicle a black Prada pocketbook, a dark brown leather Fossil wallet, approximately $20.00 in cash and several miscellaneous credit cards. The total value of the stolen items is approximately $310.00.

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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