Montclair police blotter: Sept. 24

Montclair police blotter: Sept. 24

Montclair police blotter: Sept. 24Arrests

Wednesday, Sept. 16 — A 33-year-old Hackensack resident was arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit housebreaking in reference to a housebreaking in January.

Wednesday, Sept. 16 — Police responded to the development website at Bloomfield Avenue and South Willow Road on a report of a person stealing copper piping. Officers situated a 20-year-old Montclair resident on a close-by avenue in possession of a bundle of 18 copper pipes. The person was charged with housebreaking.

Thursday, Sept. 17 — A 24-year-old Glen Ridge resident was charged with driving whereas intoxicated following a motorcar cease on Grove Road.

Monday, Sept. 21 — An officer situated a 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee that had been reported stolen from a Central Avenue residence on Sept. 18. When the officer tried to cease the automobile on the CVS parking zone on Claremont Avenue, it sped off and refused to cease. The officer adopted the automobile into Glen Ridge, the place the occupant fled after driving down a dead-end avenue. The driving force, a 42-year-old Hamilton resident, was situated hiding in bushes close to the NJ Transit prepare tracks by Montclair and Glen Ridge officers. The suspect was charged with receiving stolen property, eluding, resisting arrest and shoplifting from CVS. 

Thefts

Wednesday, Sept. 16 — A Claremont Avenue resident reported {that a} package deal containing a Miken Freak Primo softball bat, valued at $180, was stolen.

Wednesday, Sept. 16 — A PSE&G worker conducting work within the space reported {that a} purple and black Dewalt instrument field was stolen. The field contained roughly $350 price of miscellaneous instruments. 

Thursday, Sept. 17 — A bicycle proprietor on North Fullerton Avenue reported that the entrance tire and rim had been stolen from his Multitrack Trek bicycle, which was reportedly locked. It was additionally reported that the suspect defecated on the bike previous to leaving. 

Thursday, Sept. 17 — A Sylvan Place resident reported that two packages containing sneakers and cleansing merchandise had been stolen from the entrance porch. Surveillance photos present a suspect fleeing in a silver Honda Civic with unknown New Jersey registration. 

Friday, Sept. 18 — A William Road resident reported that his red-and-white-framed Colnago Arte bicycle with purple handlebars was stolen from the rear of his home. The bike had an estimated worth of $1,700. 

Saturday, Sept. 19—A buyer visiting the Quik Verify on Valley Highway reported locking his bicycle earlier than coming into the shop. When he returned 10 minutes later, he found that the lock was reduce and the bicycle was lacking. The bicycle was valued at $350. 

Vandalism

Friday, Sept. 18 — The supervisor of Valley Nationwide Financial institution on Valley Highway reported that the ATM machine had been vandalized on two events.

Sunday, Sept. 20 — A North Willow Road resident reported that two tires on his 2001 Acura had been slashed whereas the automobile was parked in his driveway. 

The police blotter is offered to Montclair Native on the discretion of the Montclair Police Division and will not mirror the entire scope of police exercise. Any incidents described are allegations, and any individuals talked about within the blotter are presumed harmless till confirmed responsible.