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Summit Police Blotter

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06/02 - At 1525 hours a report was taken for shoplifting from a Springfield Avenue business. The employee reported that two males entered the business and removed two (2) Louis Vuitton Purses. The first suspect was described as a black male, mid-30s, approximately six feet tall, wearing a baseball hat and glasses. The second suspect was described as a black male, mid-30s, approximately six feet tall, wearing army colored clothing. The employee was unable to give a direction of flight. The combined value of the two purses was approximately $2,500.00.

06/12 - At 0800 hours a report was taken for a theft of a motorcycle from a Mountain Avenue residence. The victim reports the motorcycle, a 2003 gray/red Suzuki GSXR600 was taken between 0000 and 0800 hours on 06/12. The motorcycle’s key was in the owner’s possession and there was no steering lock on the bike. Total value for the vehicle was approximately $2,000.00.

06/12 - At 0845 hours a report was taken for a theft of a vehicle. The victim reported the car had been parked at the Sampson Lot overnight between 1045 hours 06/11 and 0815 hours 06/12. The victim described the vehicle as a 2011 white Ford Van and was unsure if keys had been left in the van and if it had been left unlocked. Inside was approximately $6,000.00 worth of construction tools. Total value for the van and tools was approximately $19,000.00.

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06/13 - Kelli N. Jenifer, 36, of Newark was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Ms. Jenifer was released with a pending court date.

06/14 - At 0719 hours a report was taken for a burglary to two (2) motor vehicles. The cars, a Jeep Grand Cherokee and a BMW X5, were left unlocked in a Hobart Avenue driveway between 2000 and 0700 hours. The vehicles compartments had been ransacked, but it appeared nothing had been removed.

06/14 - At 0809 hours a report was taken for a theft from an unsecured motor vehicle parked in the driveway of a Hobart Avenue residence. The victim reported the incident occurred between 2030 hours on 06/13 and 0730 hours on 06/14. Taken from the vehicle was a white Adidas back pack, a black Velcro wallet containing approximately $70.00 in cash, one Dell Chrome Book Model 11 and several text books. Total value of items was approximately $670.00.

06/14 - At 0845 hours a report was taken for a burglary to a motor vehicle between 2300 hours on 06/13 and 0800 hours on 06/14. The vehicle had been left unlocked in the driveway to a Tulip Street residence. The victim reported the contents of the vehicle had been disheveled, however, responded to police headquarters to file the report. All evidence had been compromised.



06/14 - At 0923 hours a report for a theft from an unsecured motor vehicle parked in a driveway of an Oakland Place residence. The victim reports the incident occurred between 0100 hours and 0600 hours when an unknown individual entered the vehicle removed approximately $7.00 in cash. A second vehicle had been left in the driveway overnight, unsecured, but nothing had been removed according to the victim.

06/14 - At 1124 hours a report was taken for a theft from an unsecured motor vehicle parked in the driveway of a Linden Place residence. The victim reports the incident occurred during the overnight hours of 06/14 to 06/15. Removed from the vehicle was one (1) pair of Sharp Headphones valued at approximately $150.00.

06/14 - At 1311 hours a report was taken for a theft of an EZ-Pass tag. The victim reports the incident occurred between 02/16 and 02/18 when the vehicle had been dropped off at a dealership in town for repairs. The victim noticed the tag had been used fraudulently between 04/01 and 06/11 when the victim cancelled the tag. Total value of fraudulent charges to the EZ-Pass tag are approximately $1,500.00.

06/14 - At 1455 hours a report was taken for a burglary to a motor vehicle at a Springfield Avenue residence. The victim reported the vehicle had been entered during the overnight hours the evening before while it was parked in the driveway. The center console and glove compartment had been entered, but nothing seemed to be missing according to the victim. The vehicle had been driven by the owner throughout the day prior to calling the police department.

06/14 - At 1627 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle from an Edgar Street residence. The victim reports the incident occurred between 0900 hours and 1600 hours. The bicycle was described as a green/black, 26-inch, 21- speed boy’s Giant bicycle valued at approximately $200.00.

06/15 - Rigoberto Araya, 46, of Paterson was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Araya was released with a pending court date.
 
06/15 - At 1352 hours a report was taken for a theft of a wallet. The incident occurred at a house of worship on Chatham Road between 1300 and 1330 hours. The Betsy Johnson multi-color wallet contained approximately $60.00 cash, several credit/debit cards and several forms of identification. The total value of the stolen items was approximately $260.00.

06/16 - Sheena N. King, 29, of Elizabeth was arrested for a contempt of court warrant out of Summit. Ms. King was released with a pending court date.

06/16 - At 0907 hours a report was taken for a theft of a purse from a Union Place restaurant. The victim reported the theft occurred on 06/14 between 2145 and 2330 hours. The purse was described as a black Lululemon purse with a black leather Fossil wallet inside. Also missing from the purse were several forms of identification and approximately $50.00 cash. Total value of the stolen items is approximately $250.00.

06/17 - At 2233 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle from the train station between 1045 hours and 1400 hours on the same date. The bicycle had been left secured to the bike rack and was described as a black, small sized, women’s 10-speed GW-FLAMMA mountain bike. The total value of the bicycle was approximately $500.00.

06/17 - At 2301 hours a report was taken for a theft of services. The victim, a taxi driver, reported the fare that had been driven from Newark to Russell Place in Summit had exited the vehicle advising he would need to retrieve money from his residence. The suspect never returned to pay the $35.00 that was owed to the driver. The suspect was described as a black male, in his 50s, wearing a white shirt and gray pants.

06/18 - At 0903 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle from the Railroad Avenue side of the train station. The victim advised the incident occurred between 1130 hours on 06/17 and 1900 hours on 06/17. The bicycle had been left unsecured and was described as a light blue, 27- speed, large sized Fischer mountain bike. The approximately value of the bicycle was $1,500.00.

06/19 - At 1145 hours a report was taken for a theft of cash from a Summit Avenue apartment. The victim reported the money had last been seen on 05/23 at approximately 1310 hours. The victim reports approximately $20,000.00 in cash had been removed from the apartment.

06/19 - At 1419 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Windsor Road residence. The victim reports an unknown amount of jewelry had been removed from the residence between 06/05 and 06/19. Taken from the home were a tennis bracelet, a woman’s Movado watch, a diamond heart necklace, two pair of diamond cuff earrings, one black onyx/diamond ring and one black onyx/gold bracelet. The victim was unable to provide an amount of what the jewelry was valued at.

06/20 - Kathryn J. Karp-Cohen, 50, of Millburn was arrested for driving while intoxicated. Ms. Karp-Cohen was released with a pending court date.

06/20 - At 1835 hours a report was taken for a theft of a large gray Rubbermaid garbage can from an alleyway in the 400 Lane of town. The victim reports the incident occurred between 2130 hours on 06/18 and 1100 hours on 06/19. Total value of the garbage can was approximately $30.00.

06/20 - At 2145 hours a report was taken for a theft of a wallet from an unsecured vehicle parked in the driveway of an Edgar Street residence. The victim reports the incident occurred between 2300 hours on 06/18 and 0400 hours on 06/19. Taken from the vehicle was a men’s black, leather wallet containing personal documents, forms of identification and several debit/credit cards. Total value of the items removed was approximately $30.00.

06/22 - At 1017 hours a report was taken for a theft from a teacher’s mailbox at Franklin School. The victim reported a $250.00 American Express Gift Card had been removed from the teacher’s mailbox.

06/22 - At 1027 hours a report was taken for criminal mischief to a motor vehicle. The vehicle had been parked in a residential lot on Glenside Avenue during the overnight hours of 06/21 into 06/22. The victim reported the windshield to their 2004 Honda Civic had been damaged by a known individual. Total value of the damage to the vehicle was estimated at approximately $2,500.00.

06/22 - At 1121 hours a report was taken for a theft from an unsecured motor vehicle parked in a lot on Maple Street. The victim reported that the incident occurred on 06/21 between 1615 and 1645 hours. Taken from the unsecured vehicle was a black/white/tan Kate Spade wallet containing personal documents and a white iPhone 6S with a pink case. Total value of the stolen items is approximately $600.00.

06/23 - At 0905 hours a report was taken for criminal trespassing at Tatlock Field. The victim reported unknown individual(s) had entered the press box at the field and removed chairs from inside placing them on the roof of the structure.

06/23 - At 1555 hours a report was taken for a motor vehicle that had been entered. The vehicle had been left in a parking lot on DeForest Avenue between 2200 hours on 06/22 and 1545 hours on 06/23. The victim reported the vehicle, a 2016 Mini Cooper, had been left unlocked and unknown individual(s) had ransacked the vehicle. At the time of the report, nothing had believed to have been taken.

06/23 - At 2004 hours a report was taken for fraudulent charges to a bank card. The victim reported a false Pay-Pal account had been set up with their information for a transaction in the amount of $549.99. The victim was advised to flag their credit information with the major credit bureaus.

06/24 - At 1022 hours a report was taken for a theft from an unlocked motor vehicle parked in the driveway of a Huntley Road residence. The incident occurred between 2200 hours on 06/23 and 1000 hours on 06/24. Taken from the vehicle was a black/rubber men’s Michael Kors watch, a blue/white New York Yankees duffle bag filled with miscellaneous clothing items, and a chrome/silver men’s Burberry watch. Total value of the stolen items was approximately $350.00.

06/24 - At 1308 hours a report was taken for a theft of money from a Union Place business. The victim reported that at approximately 1230 hours an individual removed an undisclosed amount of cash from a tip jar on the counter of a business. The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 5’11”-6’1”, early to mid-20s, facial hair, thin build, wearing a dark blue or black t-shirt and gray dress pants. The suspect pretended to read the menu in the business, removed the cash from a jar on the counter and proceeded to exit the business on foot.

06/24 - At 1442 hours a report was taken for a theft from an unsecured motor vehicle parked in the driveway of a Huntley Road residence. The victim reported the incident occurred between overnight hours of 06/23 to approximately 0900 hours on 06/24. Taken from the vehicle was a Garmin GPS device, two (2) garage door openers, approximately $6.00 in loose change, one (1) set of house keys and one (1) Port Authority Police Patch. Total value of the items stolen was approximately $106.00.

06/25 - At 2210 hours a report was taken for a stolen bicycle from the train station. The victim reported leaving the bicycle secured to the bike rack on the Railroad Avenue side of the station between 1000 hours and 2200 hours on this date. The bicycle was described as a black/yellow, small Revel 2 (Giant) mountain bike valued at approximately $444.56 (including accessories that had been added). 

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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