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03/22 - Danielle A. Schwanborg, 25, of Elizabeth was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Ms. Schwanborg was released with a pending court date.

03/22 - At 2223 hours a report was taken for a theft from a business on Maple Street. The theft occurred between 2015 hours and 2115 hours when a gym bag was left unattended and unsecured in a gym locker room of the business on Maple Street. The victim reports taken from the gym bag was approximately $20.00 in cash, several credit cards and forms of identification and a silver Tiffany and Company cross on a chain. Total value of the items removed was approximately $420.00.

03/24 - At 1656 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle. The victim reports the incident occurred between the morning hours of 03/23 and approximately 2100 hours on 03/23. The bicycle, which had been left secured to the bicycle rack outside of the train station was described as a black Cannondale 700 M Quick 5 Rep XL with green lettering, an Onguard Doberman cable lock, a Bontrager Glo light and a Greenfield kickstand. Total value of the stolen bicycle is approximately $711.76.

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03/27 - Anthony P. Moskal, 28, of Summit was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Moskal was released with a pending court date.

03/28 - Lavar J. Lewis, 25, of Irvington was arrested for possession of marijuana. Mr. Lewis was released with a pending court date.

03/28 - At 1723 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Van Dyke Place residence. The victim reports the incident occurred on the same date between 0630 hours and 1700 hours. The victim reported one (1) piece of standing lattice fencing to have been removed from the yard. Approximately value of the item was $30.00.

03/28 - At 1926 hours a report was taken for a theft of a wallet. The incident occurred at approximately 1400 hours on the same date with the wallet being removed from the victim’s purse while in a Maple Street business. The victim had miscellaneous credit cards, forms of identification and approximately $150.00 in cash within the wallet. Total value of the items taken was approximately $220.00.



03/29 - Jose Daniel Aguirre Mendoza, 38, of Charlotte, North Carolina was arrested and charged with simple assault. Mr. Aguirre Mendoza was released with a pending court date.

03/29 - Taliah G. Williams, 26, of Newark was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, and two contempt of court warrants. Ms. Williams was released with a pending court date.

03/30 - Joshua Steward, 20, of Summit was arrested and charged with harassment and a contempt of court warrant. Mr. Steward was released with a pending court date.

03/30- Amy W. Knight, 70, of Summit was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated. Ms. Knight was released with a pending court date.

03/30 - Tanya M. Mascarich, 46, of Chatham was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated. Ms. Mascarich was released with a pending court date.

03/31 - At 1451 hours a report for a burglary to a Mountain Avenue resident was taken. The incident occurred between 1345 and 1451 hours on the same date. The resident returned home to discover the rear door had been pried open. Removed from the residence was miscellaneous pieces of jewelry totaling approximately $1,500.00.

04/02 - Robert J. Laudati, 52, of Summit was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated. Mr. Laudati was released with a pending court date.

04/03 - Matthew C. Dudley, 27, of Union was arrested and charged two contempt of court warrants, possession of marijuana, use of paraphernalia and theft by unlawful taking.

04/03 - Frank W. Severino, 40, of Phillipsburg was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated. Mr. Severino was released with a pending court date.

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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