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06/21 - Rathny A. Barquero, 23, of Springfield was charged with receiving stolen property. Mr. Barquero is currently housed in the Essex County Jail.

06/23 - Rhajon Venable, 18, of Summit was arrested and charged with criminal mischief. Mr. Venable was released with a pending court date.

06/24 - At 1208 hours a report was taken for a burglary to a motor vehicle parked in the driveway of a residence on Essex Road. The victim reported the vehicle had been left unsecured and the incident occurred between 1100 hours and 1130 hours. Removed from the vehicle was approximately $7.00 in loose change, a William and Sonoma Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Round Dutch Oven and a silver Oval Mariposa Serving Dish. Total value of the items removed was approximately $276.00.

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06/25 - At 2210 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle from the Train Station. The victim reported the bicycle had been secured to the bicycle rack on the Railroad Avenue side of the station at approximately 1000 hours. Upon returning at approximately 2200 hours, the Revel 2S black and yellow bicycle had been removed. The bicycle was valued at approximately $444.56.

06/27 - David T. Schenck, 24, of Morristown was arrested and charged with theft by unlawful taking. Mr. Schenck was released with a pending court date.

06/27 - At 2148 hours a report was taken for a theft of a cell phone at a business on Union Place. The victim reported the cell phone being removed from her purse between 1100 hours and 2100 hours. The cell phone was described as a white Apple iPhone 6s with a purple and green case. The phone was valued at approximately $600.00.

06/28 - Allan J. Pearson, 51, of Summit was arrested and charged with defiant trespassing. Mr. Pearson was released with a pending court date.



06/30 - Alexander V. Zvyagin, 39, of New York, New York was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Mr. Zvyagin was released with a pending court date.

07/01 - At 1321 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Beechwood Road business. The suspect was described as a white male, in his twenties, approximately 5’10” with a slim build, brown hair/facial hair and was wearing a brown shirt, blue jeans and gray sneakers. The suspected removed a mason tip jar from the counter of the business which contained approximately $40.00 in cash.

07/02 - At 1511 hours a report was taken for a theft from a High Street residence. The victim reported two watches, Raymond Weil (gold casing, brown faces and brown leather bands) were removed from the residence between 1100 hours on 06/30 and 1030 hours on 07/01. Combined value of the two watches was approximately $3,500.00.

07/03 - Jose Netro, 23, of Summit was arrested for a contempt of court warrant out of Springfield. Mr. Netro was released by Springfield Police Department with a pending court date.

07/03 - At 0533 hours a report was taken for a stolen motor vehicle from the driveway of a Ridgedale Avenue residence. The victim reported the vehicle, a 2016 Volvo XC90, was last seen at approximately 2200 hours on 07/02. The vehicle had been left unsecured with the keys inside. Total value of the stolen car was approximately $50,000.00.

07/03 - At 0730 hours a report was taken for a burglary to two motor vehicles that had been parked and left unsecured in a driveway to a Stockton Road residence. The victim reported the vehicles were entered between 1530 hours on 07/02 and 0700 hours on 07/03. The vehicles had been rummaged through, but nothing was reported missing at the time of the report.

07/03 - At 0754 hours a report was taken for a theft to a motor vehicle parked in a driveway of a Stockton Road residence. The incident occurred during the overnight hours of 07/02 into 07/03. Removed for the unsecured vehicle was an undetermined amount of loose change and a Summit Wrestling bag valued at approximately $50.00.

07/03 - At 0855 hours a report was taken for a theft from two motor vehicles parked, and left unsecured in a Morris Court driveway overnight. The incident occurred between 1600 hours on 07/02 and 0730 hours on 07/03. Removed for the two vehicles was a pair of prescription sunglasses and a mattress pad cover. Total value of the items was approximately $1,351.77.

07/05 - Deonte T. Campbell, 27, of Orange was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and a contempt of court warrant out of Bloomingdale. Mr. Campbell was turned over to Bloomingdale Police Department at Summit Police Headquarters without incident.

07/05 - Nick T. Rastetter, 33, of East Orange was arrested for several contempt of court warrants out of Lodi and Piscataway stemming from a motor vehicle stop. Mr. Rastetter was released by both departments with pending court dates.

07/07 - Ravin D. Mohammad, 20, of Plainfield was arrested and charged with burglary and theft involving computer criminal activity. Mr. Mohammad was released with a pending court date.

07/09 - Francis J. Aquilino, 58, of Springfield was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Mr. Aquilino was released with a pending court date.

07/09 - At 2112 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle from a Kent Place Boulevard residence. The victim reported the bicycle was last seen between 1200 hours on 07/01 and 1600 hours on 07/04. The bicycle had been left unsecured in the rear of the residence and was described as a pink girl’s Huffy Beach Cruiser. Total value of the bicycle was approximately $150.00.

07/10 - Titus Ricky Edward James, 19, of Livingston was arrested for a contempt of court warrant out of Irvington. Mr. James was released with a pending court date.

07/10 - Arsany S. George, 22, of Bayonne was arrested for possession of marijuana. Mr. George was released with a pending court date.

07/10 - Michael A. Ebrahim-Gerges, 18, of Jersey City was arrested for possession of marijuana. Mr. Ebrahim-Gerges was released with a pending court date.

07/11 - Teriq M. Ford, 22, of Newark was arrested and charged with possession of CDS, hindering by providing a false name and two outstanding contempt of court warrants out of Newark. Mr. Ford was released with a pending court date.

07/11 - Sanjay R. Shah, 60, of Edison was arrested for possession of marijuana. Mr. Shah was released with a pending court date.

07/12 - Jose Netro, 23, of Summit was arrested for a contempt of court warrant out of Millburn. Mr. Netro was released with a pending court date.

07/12 - At 0915 hours a report was taken for a theft from a High Street residence. The victim reported a package had been delivered to the home on 06/26 at approximately 1314 hours. Taken were a Thomas the Tank Engine set of headphones, several pairs of children’s pajamas, shoes and dresses. Total value of the stolen items was approximately $200.00.

07/15 - At 0023 a report was taken for a theft of services to a business on River Road. The victim advised two individuals, a male and a female, entered the business and placed an order for food. Upon consumption, the two individuals exited the business without paying for their meals. Total value owed to the business was $23.30.

07/15 - At 0519 hours a report was taken for a theft of a motor vehicle from a Colt Road residence. The victim reported that they were woken up by the sound of an exhaust on a vehicle. After looking outside, their vehicle was being driven across their front lawn due to a second vehicle being behind it in the driveway. It was unknown to the victim if the key fob was in the vehicle or if it was unlocked. Inside of the stolen vehicle were a set of Titlest Golf Clubs valued at approximately $1,400.00 Total value of the stolen 2016 BMW X5 was approximately $50,000.00.

07/15 - At 0729 hours a report was taken for a theft of a Rolex watch from a Kent Place Boulevard residence. The victim stated the incident occurred between the evening hours of 07/12 and 0729 hours on 07/15. The victim reported the Rolex watch to be silver in color and was valued at approximately $10,000.00.

07/17 - Stephen P. Dempsey, 51, of Marietta, Georgia was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle with a suspend license, second offense. Mr. Dempsey was released with a pending court date.

07/18 - At 0958 hours a report was taken for a theft from a residence on Chestnut Avenue. The victim reported that incident occurred between 06/27 and 07/18. Removed from the residence were a blue sweater with sunflowers, a painting of daisies and a butterfly, and a ceramic duck with flowers and a burgundy ribbon on it. The total value of the items removed was unknown at the time of the theft.

07/18 - At 1320 hours a report was taken for a theft for a business on Broad Street that occurred between 1900 hours on 07/16. A white male, approximately 6 feet in height with dark hair and a beard entered the business. The individual placed a case of beer on the counter and proceeded to walk around the store. It was seen on camera that he removed a 750 mL bottle of Absolute Vodka from a shelf and placed it into his pants. The suspect exited the business a few moments later. The total value of the item was approximately $20.00.

07/18 - At 2150 hours a report was taken from criminal mischief to a motor vehicle between 2020 hours and 2145 hours. The victim’s vehicle had been parked in a lot on Ashwood Avenue. Damage to the vehicle consisted of the front windshield wipers bent at the hinges, the rear windshield wiper ripped off and the muffler to the vehicle had been damaged.

07/18 - At 2150 hours a report was taken from criminal mischief to a motor vehicle between 2020 hours and 2145 hours. The victim’s vehicle had been parked in a lot on Ashwood Avenue. Damage to the vehicle consisted of the rear windshield wiper ripped off.

07/18 - At 2150 hours a report was taken from criminal mischief to a motor vehicle between 2020 hours and 2145 hours. The victim’s vehicle had been parked in a lot on Ashwood Avenue. Damage to the vehicle consisted of the vehicles gas cap being removed and gasoline down the side of the vehicle. It appeared as if the suspect(s) had attempted to syphon gasoline from the vehicle.

07/18 - At 2150 hours a report was taken from criminal mischief to a motor vehicle between 2020 hours and 2145 hours. The victim’s vehicle had been parked in a lot on Ashwood Avenue. Damage to the vehicle was along the passenger side door, just beneath the side mirror where it appeared to have been keyed/scratched.

07/18 - At 2150 hours a report was taken from criminal mischief to a motor vehicle between 2020 hours and 2145 hours. The victim’s vehicle had been parked in a lot on Ashwood Avenue. Damage to the vehicle consisted of the front windshield wiper bent at the hinge.

07/19 - Allan J. Pearson, 51, of Summit was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Summit. Mr. Pearson was seen by Judge Bogosian and released with a pending court date.

07/19 - At 1329 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Larch Place residence. The victim reported the incident occurred between 1530 hours on 07/02 and 1800 hours on 07/17. Taken from the residence was approximately $3,000.00 in cash. It was unknown at the time of the report if anything else was missing.

07/19 - At 1608 hours a report was taken for a theft of two bicycles from a Brainerd Road residence. The bicycles had been left unsecured in the driveway of the home with the theft occurring between 1430 hours and 1600 hours on the same date. Taken were a gray 7-speed Trek girls bicycle and a red 8-speed adult Trek bicycle. Total value of the bicycles was approximately $800.00.

07/20 - At 1823 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle from a Van Dyke Place residence. The bicycle had been left unsecured outside of the home between 1530 hours and 1823 hours. The bicycle was described as a blue GT Timberline valued at approximately $350.00 with the wheels valued at approximately $140.00.

07/21 - Daniel Zea, 44, of Summit was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and possession of marijuana. Mr. Zea was released with a pending court date.

07/21 - At 1453 hours a report was taken for a theft of a license plate from a business on Broad Street. The victim reported that the front license plate of a 2016 Ford Explorer was missing after the vehicle had been returned to the business.

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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