Bloomfield Police Blotter: Many Stolen Vehicles, Burglaries, Arrests and Theft of 24 Star Ledger Newspapers

This week in Bloomfield, police reported several burglaries into apartments and autos, along with stolen vehicles, arrests and thefts.

Here is the full report from Sergeant Anthony J Servedio:

BURGLARIES

09-11-2012 – On the 100 block of Bloomfield Ave. the victim of a burglary reported that an unknown person kicked in her apartment door and took (2) white diamond earrings, and various other jewelry. Also taken were (2) Sony Play station games.

09-13-2012 – On the 100 Block of Hill St. the victim of a burglary stated that an unknown person entered his apartment (possibly through an unlocked rear door) and removed a Rolex watch and some coins.

BURGLARY INTO AUTOS

09-10-2012 – On the 100 block of Orange St. the side window of a 1999 Saturn was broken and a Pioneer radio and $200 in cash was taken.

09-10-2012 – On the 100 block of Baldwin Pl.  the passenger side door lock was broken on a Ford van and various tools taken.

09-10-2012 – On the 100 block of Hill St. a Ford van was broken into and an overhead TV console stereo system was taken.

09-13-2012 – On Division St. a GMC truck was broken into and an MP3 player, tools, and some CD’s were taken.

09-13-2012 – On the 200 block of Newark Ave. the drivers side door lock of a 2010 Dodge was damaged and a Tom Tom GPS unit was taken.

STOLEN VEHICLES

09-10-2012 – On the 200 block of Hoover Ave. a 1998 Ford with NJ license plates was stolen.

09-13-2012 – On the 100 block of Watsessing Ave. a 2007 Honda motorcycle with NJ license plates was stolen.

09-17-2012 – On the 100 block of North Fulton St. a 2001 Jeep with NJ license plates was stolen.

THEFTS

9-13-2012 – On the 200 block of Franklin St. A Blue Regency 26 inch bicycle and an electric drill was stolen from a rear yard.

09-14-2012 – On Carteret St. the victim stated that an unknown person stole 24 Star Ledger newspapers from in front of his store.

ROBBERIES

09-15-2012 – On the 500 block of  Bloomfield Ave. the victim of a robbery reported that a heavy set black male entered the store and demanded money from the clerk. The suspect motioned to his pocket as if he had a weapon but none was even actually shown. The clerk turned over the money and then fled on foot from the scene.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 

09-11-2012 – On Crown St. the owner of a 2004 Nissan reported that the rear window of his vehicle was broken by a brick.

09-14-2012 – On the 500 block of Watchung Ave. the rear window of a vehicle was broken with bottle.

09-16-2012 – On the 100 block of N 16 St. the window of a parked vehicle was smashed.

ARRESTS

09-13-2012 – Bruno Naranjo-Flores of Harrison was arrested for Poss. of CDS.

On September 13, 2012 during a motor vehicle stop Officers Popowicz and Courter found Mr. Brono Naranjo-Flores to be in possession of (2) two small clear plastic baggies containing a brownish green vegetation believed to be marijuana. Mr. Bruno was placed under arrest and transported to Police HQ’s where he was charged with simple possession of marijuana (under 50 grams), released on his own recognizance and given a court date of Tuesday September 18, 2012.

09-13-2012 – Tierra MCeachin of Newark was arrested for Shoplifting.

09-15-2012 – Cynthia Correa of West Orange was arrested for DWI.

09-15-2012 – Courtney Doyle of Orange was arrested for Contempt.

09-16-2012 – Jorge Rivadeneyra of Belleville was arrested for DWI.

09-16-2012 – Jose Roca of Newark was arrested for Shoplifting.

09-17-2012 – S.A. Streitferdt of Bloomfield was arrested for DWI.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Who steals a 1998 Ford? of all the cars to take in baristaville, you take that? At least have some better taste in grand theft auto.

  2. The ’98 Ford might be a good anonymous looking cruiser car to case neighborhoods in for more valuable cars. I once had an utterly classless used Plymouth Voyager with tinted windows stolen for that purpose, according to the police.

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