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04/12 - Conor T. Breen, 24, of Essex Fells was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Breen was released with a pending court date.

04/12  Christian Andujar, 33, of Newark was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Andujar was released with a pending court date.

04/13  Robert E. Ngiudjol, 26, of Newark was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and three contempt of court warrants from Newark Police Department and Orange Police Department. Mr. Nguidjol was released with a pending court date.

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04/13 - At 0932 hours a report was taken for a theft from a DeForest Avenue business. The business reported that the suspect entered the store on 04/02 and 04/09 removing large amounts of items. The theft on 04/02 was for an unknown amount of items that had been removed from the shelving. The incident on 04/09 was interrupted with the suspect leaving behind bags of items she was attempting to remove which were valued at approximately $1,642.18.

04/15 - At 1930 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle on Union Place. The victim reports having secured the bicycle to a drainage pipe outside of a business on Union Place. A short time later, the victim returned to discover the bicycle, and a helmet missing. The bicycle was described as bright orange with black lettering, full sized men’s Specialized 7-speed mountain bike with two circular lights fixed to the front and rear of the bicycle. The bicycle also had a “Hilltop Bicycles” sticker on the frame. The helmet was described as bright orange with a large crack in it. Total value for the stolen items was approximately $550.00.

04/17  At 1230 hours a report was taken for a theft from an Ashwood Avenue residence. The victim reports the incident occurred sometime on 04/13 when a pocket sized Hello Kitty mirror was removed from the residence. The item was valued at approximately $5.00, however had significant sentimental value to the owner.

04/19 - At 1956 hours at report was taken for a theft from a motor vehicle at a business on River Road. The locked vehicle had the driver side window smashed out with some contents removed from the interior. The incident occurred sometime between 1859 hours and 1945 hours. The victim reported a large red/white Coach tote bag was missing with miscellaneous jewelry and jewelry designer tools. Total value for the stolen items was approximately $10,000.00.

04/21 - At 1416 hours a report was taken for a fraud. The victim reported receiving a phone call from an individual who advised they were with the IRS and the victim would be placed under arrest had payment not been made to them. The victim responded to Walmart and purchased three gift cards totaling $1,190.00. It wasn’t until after the call had been disconnected, the victim realized this was a phone scam.

04/22 - Kwaneisha N. Mack, 31, of East Orange was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Maplewood. Ms. Mack was released with a pending court date.

04/23 - Michael G. Melville, 29, of Keansburg was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Melville was released with a pending court date.

04/23 - At 1440 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle from a New England Avenue residence. The victim reports having left the bicycle in its assigned garage at approximately 1300 hours on this date. When the victim returned at 1430 hours, the bicycle was gone. In its place was a tan colored Trek bicycle. The missing bicycle was described as a black and white women’s Quest, valued at approximately $150.00.

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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