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Summit Police Blotter

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11/28 - At 0546 hours a report was taken for a burglary to a Beechwood Road business. The incident occurred at approximately 0440 hours where the suspect removed a cash register and ten (10) packs of Kool Cigarettes. The suspect was described as a white male, with a chin-strap beard, wearing a beanie cap, a light hooded sweatshirt, and black shoes. Total value of the stolen items was approximately $1,350.00. **UPDATE: Upon totaling receipts and records, the business owner concluded the actual amount of cash seized in the burglary totaled $ 6,155.00. **

11/29 - Sheena N. King, 29, of Newark was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Summit. Ms. King was released with a pending court date.

11/29 - At 1535 hours a report was taken for a theft of a backpack and a laptop. The incident occurred sometime around 10/10 when a backpack containing a Dell Chromebook Laptop had been left unattended in the rear seat of a vehicle with the windows down. The victim was unsure of the exact location of the theft, but it is believed to have been either at the Summit High School, Tatlock Field or the Summit Public Library. Total value of the stolen items is between $150-$200.00.

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11/30 - At 1255 hours a report was taken for a theft of a cell phone from a room at Overlook Hospital. The victim reported to have last seen the iPhone 7 between 2130 hours on 11/28 and 0600 hours on 11/29. The iPhone 7 was black in color and was valued at approximately $1,000.00.

12/01 - At 0847 hours a report was taken for a fraud to a credit card. The victim reported to have applied for a credit card and never received. Notification was made to the victim by the credit card company for a purchase of $800.00

12/03 - Farod R. Rice, 47, of South Orange was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Newark. Mr. Rice was processed and released with a pending court date.

12/03 - Chucquan T. Winstead, 41, of Newark was arrested and charged with hindering apprehension, possession of marijuana and a contempt of court warrant out of Newark. Mr. Winstead was processed and released with a pending court date.

12/04 - At 0836 hours a report was taken for a theft of jewelry from a Glen Oaks Avenue residence. The victim reported the incident occurred between February and April of 2017. Taken from the residence were four (4) gold bracelets, one (1) diamond engagement ring, one (1) gold tassel necklace, one (1) diamond ring, one (1) butterfly brooch, one (1) set of sapphire earrings, one (1) salamander brooch, one (1) jade ring, one (1) oval amethyst ring, and one (1) gold necklace with three diamonds. Total value of the jewelry was approximately $ 110,500.00.

12/04 - At 1312 hours a report was taken for a theft of a pocketbook from a complex on Chestnut Avenue. The victim reported the incident occurred between 0900 hours and 1300 hours on this date. Taken from a common area was one (1) Ferragamo Pocketbook, black in color. Inside of the handbag was one (1) Ferragamo wallet- green in color, a set of car keys, a Louis Vuitton makeup bag, personal documents and approximately $700.00 in cash. Total value of the items was approximately $2310.00.

12/05 - David M. Jones, 50, of Summit was arrested and charged with contempt in violation of an order. Mr. Jones was processed and released with a pending court date.

12/06 - Tyisha S. Cunningham, 38, of East Orange was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Orange. Ms. Cunningham was processed and released with a pending court date.

12/06 - Nichole M. Murphy, 31, of East Orange was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of East Orange. Ms. Murphy was processed and released with a pending court date.

12/06 - At 1548 hours a report was taken for a theft of property from a Springfield Avenue business. The owner reported that an unknown actor had exited a green Jeep and removed a small traffic sign in the shape of a man from the businesses alley way. The actor was described as a younger white male, possibly a juvenile, wearing a light colored hoody sweatshirt. The suspect exited the rear seat of the vehicle, removed the sign, returned to the vehicle and fled towards Maple Street. The value of the sign is approximately $140.00.

12/07 - At 1310 hours a report was taken for a theft of cash from a residence on Woodland Avenue. The victim reported the incident occurred between 1700 hours on 12/04 and 1300 hours on 12/06. Taken from the home was approximately $10,000.00 in cash.

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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