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04/03 - At 1536 hours a report was taken for a stolen laptop. The theft occurred between 1100 hours and 1147 hours on the same date at the Summit High School. The laptop was described as a Dell Chromebook model 11 valued at approximately $299.00.

04/03 - At 1750 hours a report was taken for a theft of documents. Taken from a South Street residence were a certificate of citizenship, an order of legal name change and a marriage certificate. Total value of the items is estimated to be approximately $555.00.

04/04 - At 1921 hours a report for a theft of bicycle was taken. The incident occurred between 0530 hours and 1921 hours on the same date. The victim reports the bicycle had been secured to the bicycle rack at the train station between those hours, and upon returning it had been removed. The bicycle is described as a silver and blue Giant 12-speed mountain bike valued at approximately $600.00. Also taken was a blue bicycle helmet with a light mount valued at approximately $100.00.

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04/05 - Guilene Litus, 37, of Summit was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Ms. Litus was released with a pending court date.

04/05 - Antoine L. Lacy, 32, of Newark was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Lacy was released with a pending court date.

04/05 - At 1722 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Springfield Avenue residence. The victim reports having ordered checks that were scheduled to be delivered to the residence, but never arrived. The victim reports the approximately fourteen (14) checks of the set were cashed for a total theft of approximately $2,799.53.

04/06 - At 1057 hours a report was taken for a theft two cell phones. The incident occurred at approximately 1345 hours on 04/05. An individual responded to a business on Beechwood Road and attempted to upgrade his cell phone and purchase an additional one. It wasn’t until today’s date that the business owner received a phone call from an individual who stated he did not make any changes to his account nor did he request an upgrade to a cell phone. The suspect who entered the business and stole the cell phones was described as a Hispanic male, approximately 5’08” wearing a blue shirt, blue jeans and red Reebok sneakers. Total value of the two cell phones was approximately $1,550.00.

04/06 - At 1642 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Warwick Road residence. The victim reported that several packages were delivered to the residence on 03/29/17 at approximately 1538 hours. Taken from the doorstep of the residence were one (1) pair of Nike Jordan black sneakers, one (1) pair of Nike Dri-Fit black men’s pants, one (1) pair of Mike Trout baseball shoes, and one (1) Pottery Barn wooden shoe rack. Total value for the items removed was approximately $375.00.

04/06 - At 2055 hours a report was taken for a theft from a motor vehicle. The vehicle had been left unsecured in a parking lot on Morris Avenue between 1830 hours and 2050 hours. When the victim returned to the vehicle, it was discovered the a children’s 14 karat yellow gold bracelet was removed, a brown baseball cap and miscellaneous change. Total value for the stolen items was approximately $625.00.

04/07 - Mark A. Steven, 49, of Brooklyn, New York was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Steven was released with a pending court date.

04/07 - Luis A. Vera, 36, of Newark was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Englewood. Mr. Vera was able to post bail and was released with a pending court date.

04/08- Sampson Y. Kwakyeh, 56, of Teaneck was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Kwakyeh was released with a pending court date.

04/09 - Joshua Perez-Correa, 27, of Parlin was arrested for driving while intoxicated and possession of CDS and possession of paraphernalia. Mr. Perez-Correa was released with a pending court date.

04/09 - Terrence A. Sheffield, 19, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was arrested for theft by unlawful taking in the case of a stolen motor vehicle. Mr. Sheffield was transported to the Union County Jail.

04/10 - Dean S. Geibel, 59, of Summit was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Geibel 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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