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5/15 - Sean M. Reidy, 52, of Summit was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Summit. Mr. Reidy was able to post bail and released with a pending court date.

5/18 - At 1615 hours a report was taken for a theft from a Springfield Avenue business. The incident occurred at approximately 1031 hours when a white female entered the business and removed a blue Ramy Brook Blouse from a rack. The suspect entered the dressing room with the blouse and upon exiting purchased several other items, not including the blouse. The total value of the blouse was approximately $345.00. The suspect was described as a white female, with dark hair, wearing a dark long sleeve shirt, blue jeans and possibly Ugg boots.

5/19 - Tyniesha J. Edwards, 28, of Newark was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Newark. Ms. Edwards was processed and released with a pending court date.

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5/20 - At 2032 hours a report was taken for a theft of a Dell Chromebook Laptop from the Summit Middle School. The theft occurred at approximately 1445 hours on 5/15. The victim described the laptop as black in color with numerous stickers on the cover. The approximate value of the laptop was $225.00.

5/21 - At 0057 hours a report was taken for a theft from a business on Springfield Avenue. The victim reported the incident occurred between 2300 hours on 05/20 and 0030 hours on 5/21. Taken from the business was a large white lion statue. According to the victim, the approximate value of the statue was $500.00.

5/22 - Stephanie Weinstein, 50, of Short Hills was arrested and charged with shoplifting. Ms. Weinstein was processed and released with a pending court date.

5/22 - At 2352 hours a report was taken for stolen medication from Overlook Hospital. The victim reported the incident occurred between 1900 hours and 2352 hours. Taken from a pocketbook that was left at a nurses station was one (1) albuterol inhaler. The approximate value of the medication was $50.00.

5/23 - David M. Jones, 50, of Jersey City was arrested on a contempt of court warrant out of Summit and was also charged with harassment. Mr. Jones was processed and subsequently transported to the Union County Jail where custody was turned over to their officers.

5/25 - Andres N. Figueroa-Gonzalez, 28, of Holyoke, Massachusetts was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and use of paraphernalia. Mr. Figueroa-Gonzalez was processed and released with a pending court date.

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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