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Summit Police Blotter

09/05 - Shaki R. Clemons, 20, of Newark was arrested for three contempt of court warrants (Secaucus and East Rutherford). Mr. Shaki was transported to Summit Police Headquarters where custody was turned over to Secaucus Police Department.

09/07 - Jalilah H. Muhammad, 36, of Newark was arrested for a contempt of court warrant out of Newark. Ms. Muhammad was able to post bail and was released with a pending court date.

09/07 - At 1858 hours a report was taken for fraud. The victim reported that their son recently moved to California. The victim transferred the security deposit for an apartment into a bank account in the amount of $1,550.00. When the victim’s son went to retrieve the keys for the apartment, the landlord never showed. After contacting the bank where the funds had been transferred to, it was learned the money had been depleted.

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09/08 - Kristian A. Pettis, 23, of Maplewood was arrested on two contempt of court warrants out of Maplewood and Dover. Mr. Pettis was released with pending court dates.

09/08 - At 1249 hours a report was taken for a theft of gasoline from a business on River Road. The victim reported a black Audi entered the business with two occupants in the vehicle. The driver asked the employee to fill the tank with premium gas. Upon removing the nozzle from the vehicle, the Audi exited the business without paying for the fuel. Total value of the theft was $73.31. The suspect was described as a black male in his early 20s, wearing all black. The passenger was described as a black male, no further description.

09/08 - At 1806 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle at the Train Station. The victim reported the theft occurred between 0700 hours and 1730 hours. Secured, but removed from the bicycle rack was a gray Specialized men’s mountain bike. Total value of the bicycle was approximately $300.00.

09/09 - Michael T. Andre, 49, of Mountainside was arrested for driving while intoxicated. Mr. Andre was released with a pending court date.

09/09 - At 1147 hours a report was taken for shoplifting incident at a business on DeForest Avenue. The manager of the business reported a black male, late 20s, approximately 5’9”, medium build wearing a green and white NY Jets jacket and white pants entered the business. The suspect removed the contents of a Nutrisse Hair Dye product and exited the business. Total value of the items taken was approximately $8.49.

09/11 - At 2032 hours a report was taken for a theft of money. The incident occurred between 1230 hours and 1530 hours on today’s date. The victim reported an envelope had been left in their mailbox on Morris Avenue with approximately $450.00 in cash. When the victim went to bring the mail in, the envelope and the cash were missing.

09/12 - At 0814 hours a report was taken for a theft of a motor vehicle. The incident occurred between 1700 hours on 09/11 and 0800 hours on 09/12. The vehicle had been left secured and parked in a lot on the corner of Park Avenue and Orchard Street during the overnight hours. Taken was a 2005 white Ford Econoline Van, valued at approximately $5,000.00.

09/12 - At 1820 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Glenside Avenue apartment. The victim reported the incident occurred between 0700 hours and 1500 hours on 08/31. Taken from the apartment was a pair of black, ear-bud style wireless Bluetooth Bose headphones. The missing item was valued at approximately $200.00.

09/12 - At 1849 hours a report was taken for a theft of a bicycle from the train station. The victim reported the theft occurred between 0700 hours on 09/11 and 2230 hours on 09/11. Secured, but removed from the bicycle rack was a red Trek FX7.3 men’s 7-speed bicycle. Total value of the bicycle was approximately $ 600.00.

09/15 - Christopher T. Jones, 20, of Rockaway was arrested and charged with possession of hypodermic syringes. Mr. Jones was released with a pending court date.

09/15 - Damien J. Milanesi, 19, of Rockaway was arrested and charged with possession of CDS. Mr. Milanesi was released with a pending court date.

09/15 - At 0804 hours a report was taken for a theft from a business on Franklin Place. The victim advised the incident occurred between 09/08 at 1200 hours and 09/15. Taken from a construction site were three (3) rolls of 2” copper pipe, three (3) rolls of 1” copper pipe, seven (7) 1” brass valves and two (2) 2” brass valves. Total value of the items stolen was approximately $ 5,000.00.

09/15 - At 1012 hours a report was taken for a theft of a license plate. The victim reported that between 0910 hours and 0945 hours on this date, the front license plate to the victim’s vehicle had been removed intentionally while it was parked in a lot on Beauvoir Avenue.

09/15 - At 1543 hours a report was taken for fraudulent charges to a credit card. The victim reported a Staples credit card had been utilized to make purchases in Totowa and West Orange on 08/28 totaling approximately $885.98 for an iPad Pro and an iPad adapter.

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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