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Summit Police Blotter

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05/23 - Israel D. Allen, 30, of Newark was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and a contempt of court warrant out of Newark. Mr. Allen was transported to the Newark Police Department and custody was turned over to their officers.

05/23 - At 1322 hours a theft report was taken for a piece of artwork from the intersection of Elm Street/Mountain Avenue. The piece of art, described as a large, rusted metal sculpture in the shape of a fox was noticed first missing on 05/15. The victim reported the piece of art was valued at approximately $ 1,000.00.

05/25 - Ratna B. Pradhanang, 58, of Paramus was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Pradhanang was released with a pending court date.

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05/26 - Kali G. Villar, 36, of Chatham was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Villar was released with a pending court date.

05/26 - At 0759 hours a report was taken for a theft from a motor vehicle on Glenside Avenue. The victim reports the vehicle, which had been left secured in the driveway of the residence, had the passenger front window smashed and pry marks were located on the door. Removed from the vehicle was a Coach Purse, a Coach Zip Wallet, Beats Headphones, Coach Perfume, Victoria’s Secret Perfume, Coach Make-Up Purse, 2 pairs of Coach Sunglasses, Nike boys sneakers, Michael Kors girls shoes, Coach Tote Bag, approximately $80.00 in cash and various make-up products. Total value of the items removed is approximately $2,920.00.

05/27 - Allyson M. Stoeckle, 21, of Summit was arrested for simple assault. Ms. Stoeckle was released with a pending court date.

05/29 - Michael A. Burlingame, 51, of Summit was arrested for criminal mischief and violent behavior. Mr. Burlingame was released with a pending court date.

05/29 - David W. Musgrove, 29, of Montclair was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and a contempt of court warrant out of Westampton. Mr. Musgrove was released with a pending court date

05/30 - At 0951 hours a report was taken for a theft from a business on Springfield Avenue. The owner reported that between 2000 and 2200 hours on 05/27 a known individual to the victim broke into a storage unit and removed a bottle of Advil, multiple medical supplies, multiple pieces of food and one bottle of orange juice. The total value of the stolen items was approximately $100.00.

05/30 - At 1425 hours a report was taken for a theft of a cell phone. The victim reportedly left the iPhone 6 on a counter top in a business on Union Place. Upon returning it was discovered missing. The phone was described as a white iPhone 6 with a black case, valued at approximately $600.00.

06/01 - Michael A. Burlingame, 51, of Summit was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Madison. Mr. Burlingame was released with a pending court date.

06/01 - At 1707 hours a report was taken for a stolen bicycle from the train station. The victim reported the bicycle had been left, secured, at the train station between 0745 hours and 1700 hours. Upon returning, the red, 7 speed men’s bicycle had been removed. Approximate value of the bicycle was $400.00.

06/01 - At 2104 hours a report was taken for a theft of a license plate. The victim reported that license plate was removed from a motorcycle that was parked at the train station on the same date between the hours of 0830 and 2000.

06/04 - Peter M. Spidalieri, 29, of Belvidere was charged with possession of CDS. Mr. Spidalieri was released with a pending court date.

06/07 - Gregory L. Scott, 24, of Westfield was arrested for driving while intoxicated. Mr. Scott was released with a pending court date.

06/07 - Julio A. Sanchez, 22, of Newark was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and a contempt of court warrant out of Irvington. Mr. Sanchez was released after posting bail with a pending court date.

06/07 - Denise M. Banks, 36, of Union was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and a contempt of court warrant out of Union. Ms. Banks was released with a pending court date.

06/09 - Mohamed H. Salama, 38, of Summit was arrested for driving while intoxicated. Mr. Salama was released with a pending court date.

06/09 - Raymond S. Wetzel, 52, of Kenilworth was arrested for driving while intoxicated. Mr. Wetzel was transported to a local hospital and turned over to the staff there.

06/09 - At 1427 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Sherman Avenue residence. The victim reported that miscellaneous jewelry, china, family photos, three (3) cameras, three (3) pocket books, sterling silver dish sets and several personal items were removed from the residence. Total value of stolen items is approximately $ 10,000.00

06/10 - At 1723 hours a report was taken for a criminal mischief incident. The victim reported to have left a vehicle in the Samson Lot overnight between 2300 hours and 0800 hours on 06/02-06/03. Upon returning to the vehicle, the victim noticed damage to the driver’s side door. The damage was consistent with two sets of pry marks between the door and the frame of the vehicle.

06/11 - Donald D. Sisk, 55, of Summit was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and a contempt of court warrant out of Summit. Mr. Sisk was released with a pending court date.

06/11 - At 1240 hours a report was taken for a fraud via the phone. The victim reported receiving a phone call from a male party advising there was a virus on his computer. The victim followed instructions from the caller and after “assisting” with the removal of the virus requested payment. The victim responded to a Walmart and purchased approximately $2,000.00 in gift cards. The card numbers were provided to the suspect over the phone.

06/12 - At 1937 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle from the train station. The bicycle, which had been secured to a metal railing next to the bicycle rack was described as a men’s silver/black, 21-speed Trek mountain bike. The bicycle was removed on the same date between 0845 hours and 1937 hours. Total value of the bicycle was approximately $150.00.

06/13 - At 0414 hours a report was taken for a theft from an unattended wallet. The victim reports the wallet was left in a guest bag while at Overlook Hospital. Upon returning to the bag to retrieve the wallet, the items were disheveled and approximately $20.00 in cash had been removed. The incident occurred between 0210 and 0215 hours.

06/13 - At 1630 hours a report was taken fraudulent charges to a credit card. The victim reportedly received a package of shoes in the mail on this date. Upon call the company it was discovered a second pair had been ordered utilizing a credit card fraudulently. The victim advised the value of the two pairs of shoes was approximately $251.39.

06/14 - At 0223 hours a report was taken for a possible burglary in progress. The victim reportedly witnessed an unknown male party exit the garage to their residence. Patrol responded to the residence on Mountain Avenue, where prior to their arrival the suspect possibly entered a vehicle waiting on Midland Terrace. Patrol observed a vehicle in the driveway which had been left unlocked overnight. The suspect entered the vehicle and removed the garage door opener and was possibly attempting to gain entry to a second, locked, vehicle in the garage. Detectives responded to process the scene.

06/14 - At 0237 hours while patrol were canvassing the area after an attempted burglary to a Mountain Avenue residence, they discovered three vehicles parked in a driveway of a Midland Terrance home, all unlocked, all entered by unknown individual(s). The homeowner was notified and confirmed nothing had been removed from the vehicles. Detectives responded and processed the scene. 

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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