Bloomfield Crime: Burglaries, Theft, and Many Arrests

crimeThis week’s Bloomfield crime blotter from Sgt. Anthony J. Servedio:

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

On June 1, 2015 a 29 year old Bloomfield resident was assaulted at 2:13 am after he got into a verbal argument with 2 other Bloomfield residents, ages 25 & 28, at the intersection of Bloomfield Avenue and Glenwood Avenue. The verbal altercation turned into a physical altercation and the two suspects, Yeniner Anchia and Milton Anchia Sandi allegedly assaulted the victim who did not require medical attention. One of the suspects allegedly struck the victim in the face, with the metal buckle end of a belt, causing swelling. Both Yeniner and Milton were arrested. Yeniner was charged with disorderly conduct and released ROR with a court date pending. Milton was charged with aggravated assault, disorderly conduct, and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose (the belt). Judge Pirone set bail at $20,000 with 10% cash option available for Milton who was transported to the Essex County Correctional Facility to be detained with a court date pending.

BURGLARY

5/26/15 – Bloomfield College Security reported that a college building on 23 Park Place was broken into between 12:30 pm and 6:30 pm. A college security representative also stated that this particular building has been broken into three previous times however this time the suspects used spray paint to cause damage to the interior and exterior of the building.

5/28/15 – A residence in Berkeley Heights Park was allegedly broken into according to the homeowner, sometime between 5/27/15 at 9:30 am and 5/28/15 at 9:00 am. The victim who reports that the house is in foreclosure reported a similar incident earlier in the month and claims that several more items were stolen and removed during this current break-in which include:
$2000 in cash, a Wacom Tablet valued at $100.00, 3 old laptop computers valued at $200.00 and the water meter was removed from the outside of the house. A basement window was found broken and may have been the point of entry

5/29/15 – A home on Lindbergh Boulevard was burglarized on 5-26-15 however the homeowner did not notice until 12:00 noon on 5-27-15. Entry was gained through a rear door and minimal damage was discovered to the door. 2 Jewelry boxes containing various pieces of jewelry were reported stolen.

6/01/15 – On the lower end of Llewellyn Avenue a 3rd floor apartment was burglarized in a multi-family home. The burglary was discovered at 3:00 am and approximately $7000.00 worth of belongings were reported to have been stolen.

6/01/15 – On the 100 block of Sadler Road a resident reported a burglary that occurred over the weekend. An open rear window is suspected as the point of entry and several magazines as well as $50.00 in cash were reported stolen from the home.

BURGLARY TO MV / THEFT FROM MV

5/25/15 – Sometime after 11:30 pm on 5/24/2015 an unlocked vehicle was broken into on the 200 block of Bloomfield Avenue and the owner reported that $250.00 in cash, some credits cards and a pair of Beats headphones were stolen from the vehicle.

5/30/15 – A customer who dropped their vehicle off to Lynn’s Nissan, located at 374 Bloomfield Avenue for service, reported that when he came back to pick up the vehicle he noticed that a tool box was missing from his trunk. He also states that there were multiple tools in the box estimated to be worth $300.00.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

6/01/15 On Washington Street a contractor reported that sometime over the weekend a rear window to one of their back-hoe machines was smashed.

6/02/15 – A parking meter located at 600 Bloomfield Avenue was reported damaged by an employee for the Parking Authority. It is believed that the meter was damaged by a vehicle that ran into the pole knocking over the meter. The incident occurred between 5:00 pm on 6/1/15 and 7:00 am on 6/2/15.

ROBBERY

On May 26th, 2015 Officer Leonard Antinozzi responded to the Easy Pickens clothing store located at 566 Bloomfield Avenue at 5:44 pm on a report of a shoplifting. The 38 year old female store manager / victim reported to Officer Antinozzi that after allegedly witnessing a female suspect attempt to shoplift clothing from the store she confronted the suspect and told her that she was going to call the police. At that time the suspect took the clothes out of her bag and forced her way out of the store by pushing her way past the victim.
The suspect was described by the victim as being, a black female, approximately 5’11” tall, in her late 40’s, wearing a black dress, blue vest and a black head wrap. No injuries were reported.

THEFT

5/27/15 – The clerk working at the 7-11 store located at 122 Bloomfield Avenue reported that a female attempted to pay for a drink with a rewards card that did not work. When asked to pay for the drink the suspect said “no” and walked out without paying for the drink. The suspect was described by the clerk as being a black female with a white T-shirt who left the scene in a white Jeep with Pennsylvania license plates

5/27/15 – A resident of Charles Street reported that a package that was confirmed to have been delivered on May 18th containing an I-Phone 6 Plus, valued at $750.00, was never received. A check with a U.P.S. representative revealed that the package was signed for by a person that the victim claims she does not know.

5/27/15 – A resident on the 200 block of N. 17th Street reported to police that she observed a young Hispanic or light skin black male, wearing khaki shorts, a white shirt, tan work boots and a dark baseball cap approach a house across the street from hers on a bicycle, dismount and walk up the stairs. The witness could see a package lying in front of the door on the porch of the house where the suspect was and then saw a SUV type police vehicle droving down the street. When the suspect saw the police SUV, he walked back down the stairs, got on his bike and rode away only to return after the police SUV left the area. The suspect walked back up the stairs took the package and was last seen riding his bike east on Beardsley Avenue from N. 17th Street. The victim was contacted but at the time of this report was unsure what was actually in the stolen package. A search of the area did not turn up a suspect and a canvass was done to see if there were any privately owned, working video security cameras in the neighborhood.

5/28/15 – At approximately 2:55 am a customer at the Dunkin Donuts located at 133 Bloomfield Avenue reported to police that he left his Metro PCS Android phone charging plugged into the wall while he went to use the restroom and when he returned his phone and charger were gone. The victim reported seeing another person in the area before leaving to use the restroom and described the possible suspect as being a short, bald, white male.

5/29/15 – On the lower end of Orange Street an auto repair shop reported that 100 inspection stickers shipped to the business were never received after being shipped on 5/15/15.

5/29/15 – A student at Bloomfield High School reported that at around 10:30 am a pink wallet was stolen from her high school locker. The wallet contained $200.00 in US currency some credit cards and several different forms of identification.

5/29/15 – On the 100 block of Birch Street a resident claimed that an I-Phone Six delivered to her home via U.P.S. was never received. U.P.S. claims that the package was delivered on 5-28-15, at approximately 1:00 pm.

5/31/15 – The renter of a storage unit located at 211 Grove Street reported that two televisions were stolen from out of the unit he rents. The victim is unsure of date or time the theft occurred.

5/31/15 – On the 100 block of Thomas Street a bicycle valued at approximately $300.00 was stolen from the driveway sometime between 8:00 am 5-29-15 and 1:30 pm on 5-31-15.

6/1/15 – On 1st Avenue the victim of a theft reported to police that a temporary license plate tag was stolen from his vehicle sometime after 1:00 am.

6/1/15 – At 630 Bloomfield Avenue the Valero gas station an attendant reported to police that two black males in a black Audi paid for gas using a $50.00 bill and when he looked at the bill he noticed it was counterfeit. When he confronted the suspects about the bill they pulled away from the scene.

6/01/15 – On the 100 block of N. 16th. Street a resident reported that a N.J. temporary registration tag was stolen from his vehicle.

6/02/15 – At 4:02 pm an employee of the Liquor Locker located at 339 Broad Street reported to police that 4 males entered the store at the same time, 3 of them distracted the cashier while the 4th stole a bottle of Hennessy liquor valued at $30.00. The clerk described the males as being Hispanic males, 1 had a white sweatshirt on and the other 3 had black sweatshirts with backpacks.

MISCELLANEOUS

5/25/15 – At approximately 4:15 am Bloomfield Officers were dispatched to the lower end of
N. 13th Street on a report of shots fired. Upon their arrival Newark Police were already on the scene of a reported armed carjacking conducting an investigation of the incident that occurred in their jurisdiction.

5/26/15 – A 2003 Cadillac reported stolen in Pennsylvania was recovered on Watsessing Avenue, after a patrol vehicle equipped with an ALPR (automated license plate reader) detected the parked vehicle.

DUI ARRESTS

5/29/2015 – Anthony Rolandelli age 32 from Bloomfield, was arrested by Officers Christian Alvarado and Anthony Batelli at 4:09 am, on the 200 block of West Passaic Avenue, after a motor vehicle crash investigation led the officer to believe that Mr. Rolandelli had operated his 2015 Dodge Ram pick-up truck while impaired. Mr. Rolandelli was processed and released after being issued summonses for:
DWI
Careless driving
There were no injuries reported as a result of the accident.

6/01/2015 – Gelberth Venegas age 39 from Bloomfield was arrested by Officers Leonard Antinozzi and Matthew Rubbinaccio at 2:10 am on the lower end of Broad Street after an investigation into a motor vehicle crash ked the Officers to believe that Mr. Venegas had operated his 2006 pick-up truck while impaired. Mr. Venegas was released with a court date pending after being issued summonses for:
DWI
Refusal to submit breath samples
leaving the scene of a motor vehicle crash with property damage
Failure to possess valid proof of insurance
There were no injuries reported as a result of the accident.

6/1/2015 – Jayson DiCosta age 38 from Verona was arrested by Officers Luca Piscitelli and Donald Grey, who were working a special “Click It or Ticket” detail, at 8:34 pm, on the 200 block of Bloomfield Avenue. After witnessing an alleged motor vehicle violation they Officers conducted a motor vehicle stop of the 2004 BMW that Mr. DiCosta was driving and developed reason to believe that he was operating the vehicle while impaired. Mr. DiCosta was transported to Police HQ’s where he was issued summonses for:
DUI
DUI with-in 1000 feet of a school
Improper u-turn
Mr. DiCosta was released with a court date pending.

ARRESTS

5/27/2015 – Lois Lark age 23 from Orange was arrested by Sergeant Joseph Corio at 10:00 pm on the 400 block of Bloomfield Avenue after a motor vehicle stop led to the discovery of 2 outstanding warrants. The Sergeant was working a special traffic detail, “Click It or Ticket” when he witnessed the 1996 Audi Me. Lark was driving make an unsafe lane change and made the stop. Ms. Lark was processed for the 2 warrants, one from Newark, $1000.00 and one from Union, $250.00.

5/27/2015 – Jarred Lee age 27 from Bloomfield, Rachel Thompson age 20 from Bloomfield and Stephen Carlstrom age 18 from Flanders were all arrested by Officers Teobaldo Osis and Nadar Sarabamoun at 10:50 pm on the 400 Block of Bloomfield Avenue after a motor vehicle stop led to the discovery by the officers of a substance in their possession believed to be marijuana as well as drug paraphernalia.
All 3 individuals were released ROR with court dates pending after being processed and charged with:
Possession of CDS, marijuana under 50 grams
Possession of drug paraphernalia

5/28/2015 – Andres Ramirez age 24 from Bloomfield was arrested by the Cranford Police for an active $500.00 Bloomfield warrant and turned over to the custody of Officers Timothy Kealy and Reggy Joseph at 12:01 am. Mr. Ramirez was processed and being detained pending a court appearance later in the day or posting of bail which was set by the Honorable Judge John Paparazzo at $500.00.

5/28/2015 – Kyle Rasheed Williams age 20 from Newark was arrested by Officers Michael Decker and Daniel Niekrasz at 1:00 am on the 500 block of Bloomfield Avenue after an investigation led to the discovery of an active $5000.00 warrant out of Newark. Mr. Williams was processed and turned over to the custody of Newark Police.

5/28/2015 – Stanley Harris age 27 from Bloomfield was arrested by Anti-Crime Unit Officers Matthew Popowicz and Anthony Litterio, at 9:27 am on the lower end of Brookdale Gardens, after the officers went to his home and served him with an active arrest warrant. Mr. Harris was transported to Police HQ’s, processed, and brought before the Honorable Judge John Paparazzo who released Mr. Harris ROR after arranging a payment plan for his fines.

5/28/2015 – Anthony Fimia age 52 from Warren was arrested by Officer Jonathan Donker at 11:33 am for allegedly shoplifting $248.00 worth of merchandise from the Home Depot located at 60 Orange Street. Mr. Fimia was processed, charged with the shoplifting and released ROR with a court date pending.

5/28/2015 – Jasmine Flores age 26 from Bloomfield was arrested by Officer Pasquale Parisi at 1:43 pm on to 1000 block of Broad Street after a motor vehicle stop led to the discovery of an active $178.00 Bloomfield warrant. Me. Flores was processed and released after satisfying her warrant with the Court.

5/28/2015 – Yan Lin age 42 from Brooklyn, NY was arrested by Anti-Crime Unit Officers Thomas Lutz and Luca Piscitelli at 7:19 pm, on the 100 block of Bloomfield Avenue, after an investigation led to the discovery of numerous allegedly “bootleg” DVD’s were found to be in his possession. Mr. Lin was processed and charged with:
Anti-Piracy Act
Mr. Lin was released after posting bail, which was set at $25,000.00 with a 10% cash option available by the Honorable Judge John Paparazzo.

5/28/2015 – Danika Lesaine age 38 from East Orange was arrested by East Orange Police for an active $40,000.00 Bloomfield warrant with a 10% cash option available. Ms. Lesaine was turned over to the custody of Bloomfield Officer Argenis Vargas at 6:46 pm and transported to Bloomfield Police HQ’s where she was processed and the released with a court date pending after posting bail.

5/28/2015 – Esteban Barrett age 49 from East Orange was arrested by Officer Nader Sarabamoun at 8:35 on the property of 60 Orange Street after an investigation led to the discovery of several active warrants out of Bloomfield, totaling $550.00 and Newark, totaling $3000.00. Mr. Barrett was processed and transported to the Essex County Correctional Facility on temporary commitment pending a scheduled court appearance.

5/29/2015 – Carlos Collazo age 35 from Bloomfield was arrested by Officer Meljunn Pascua at 5:34 pm on the 200 block of Ampere Parkway after a motor vehicle stop led to the discovery of active warrants out of Newark and West Windsor. Mr. Collazo was processed and released after being ROR’ed by both agencies.

5/29/2015 – Jasleen Castro age 19 from Bloomfield was arrested by Anti-Crime unit Officers Anthony Litterio and Matthew Popowicz, at 6:04 pm on Hazelwood Road. An investigation by the officers led to the discovery of a substance, believed to be marijuana, was found in her possession. Ms. Castro was processed, charged with possession of CDS, marijuana under 50 grams and released ROR with a court date pending.

5/29/2015 – Barrington Cill age 27 from East Orange was arrested by Anti-Crime Unit Officer Thomas Lutz at 10:30 pm on Ampere Parkway. Mr. Cill was a passenger in a motor vehicle that was stopped for an alleged traffic violation and was found to have an active $214.00 warrant out of Cedar Grove. Mr. Cill was processed and released after posting bail.

5/30/2015 – Qurie Copeland age 20 from Bloomfield was arrested along with 2 juveniles, both from Belleville, ages 16 and 17, by Lieutenant Anthony Argento, Officer Matthew Rubbinaccio and Officer Ana Ruiz at 12:57 am inside of Wright’s Field. The 3 individuals were detected by the Lieutenant inside of the park after hours and believed to be under the influence of marijuana.
All three were issued summonses for being in the park after closing, Mr. Qurie was processed, charged with being under the influence of CDS, marijuana and released with a court date pending. The 2 juveniles were released into the care of an adult and charges are to be determined pending review by the Bloomfield Police Department Juvenile Unit.

5/30/2015 – Amnie Muneshar age 30 from Newark was arrested by Officer Michael McCracken at 7:03 pm on the 300 block of Bloomfield Avenue after a motor vehicle stop led to the discovery of an active $89.00 warrant out of Elmwood Park. Ms. Muneshar was processed and released ROR by Elmwood Park.

5/31/2015 – Jose Rodriguez from Newark was arrested by Officer Dominick Sodano at 8:32 am after allegedly shoplifting $36.00 worth of merchandise from the Quick Check, located at 357 Broad Street. Mr. Rodriguez was also found to have active warrants out of Bloomfield, $500.00 and North Arlington, $689.00. After being processed and charged with shoplifting, Mr. Rodriguez was transported to the Essex County Correctional Facility to be detained until he could either post bail, which was set by the Honorable Judge John Paparazzo at $1000.00 or appear before the court.

5/31/2015 – Emmit Williams age 40 from Irvington was arrested by Officer Frank Dilkes at 1:22 pm after allegedly shoplifting $119.98 worth of merchandise from the Marshals Department Store located at 8 Franklin Street. Mr. Emmit was also found to have an active $750.00 warrant out of Roselle Park which he was released ROR for. After being processed and charged with shoplifting Mr. Emmit was released ROR for his charges in Bloomfield with a court date pending.

5/31/2015 – Sayesha Walker age 38 from Newark was arrested by Sergeant Edward Dwyer at 6:52 pm after allegedly shoplifting $74.94 worth of merchandise from the Marshals Department Store, located at 8 Franklin Street. Ms. Walker was processed and released with a court date pending after posting full $1000.00 bail that was set by the Honorable Judge John Paparazzo

5/31/2015 – Latasha Napier age 27 from Newark was arrested by Sergeant Edward Dwyer at 6:52 pm after allegedly shoplifting $101.95 worth of merchandise from the Marshals Department Store, located at 8 Franklin Street. Ms. Napier was processed and being detained pending a court appearance or the posting of bail which was set at $1000.00 full, by the Honorable Judge John Paparazzo.

6/1/2015 – John Sykes age 24 from Bloomfield was arrested by Anti-Crime Unit Officers Thomas Lutz and Luca Piscitelli at 12:52 pm on the 100 block of N. 15th Street after the Officers recognized him as being a person wanted by the Essex County Sheriff’s Department.
Mr. Sykes was processed turned over to the custody of the Essex County Sheriff’s Department to satisfy his warrant in their jurisdiction.

6/1/2015 – Latroya Boyd age 27 from Bloomfield was arrested by the New Jersey State Police and turned over to the custody of Officer Robert Peters, at 10:29 am for an active $165.00 Bloomfield traffic warrant. Ms. Boyd was processed and released after posting bail.

6/1/2015 – Rosalyn Anuforo age 70 from Irvington was arrested by Officer Robert Peters at 3:27 pm on Bloomfield Avenue near John F. Kennedy Drive and charged with canvassing without a permit. An old active 2007 warrant for canvasing without was also discovered during the arrest process. Ms. Anuforo was released ROR for both charges with a court date pending.

6/1/2015 – Brian Burdier age 25 from Montclair was arrested by Officer Nicolae Toader at 8:21 pm on the 600 block of Bloomfield Avenue after a motor vehicle stop led to the discovery of an active $89.00 warrant out of Montclair. Mr. Burdier was processed and released ROR by Montclair Police with a court date pending.

On June 1, 2015 Anti-Crime Unit Officers Anthony Litterio and Matthew Popowicz conducted a motor vehicle stop of a 2005 GMC, on the 200 block of Bloomfield Avenue at 8:24 pm. The Officers interviewed the driver who was identified as Sebastian Gamblinmillacura, age 30 from Franklin, NJ. During the interview, the Officers discovered that Mr. Gamblinmillacura was in possession of 41 glassine envelopes containing a substance that they believed was heroin. Mr. Gamblinmillacura was placed under arrest and transported to Bloomfield Police HQ’s.
Once at Police HQ’s Mr. Gamblinmillacura was charged with:
Possession of CDS, heroin
and issued summonses for:
Speeding
Driving while suspended
Bail was set at $10,000.00 with a 10% cash option available by the Honorable Judge Vincent Pirone and a court date is pending.

6/2/2015 – Christopher Romano age 52 was turned over to the custody of Officers Hector Cartagena and Pasquale Parisi at 9:09 am after being released from the custody of the Passaic County Jail, for an outstanding Bloomfield warrant. Mr. Romano was processed and released ROR after appearing in front of the Honorable Judge John Paparazzo.

6/2/2015 – Robert Schiller age 54 from Bloomfield was arrested by Anti-Crime Unit Officers Thomas Lutz, Luca Piscitelli and Matthew Popowicz at 9:18 pm on the 200 block of Franklin Street for an active $500.00 warrant out of Bloomfield. Mr. Schiller was processed and being detained pending a court appearance.

6/3/2015 – Anthony James age 27 from East Orange was arrested by Officers Nicolae Toader and Timothy Kealy at 1:20 am on Berkeley Place, after a motor vehicle stop led to the discovery of two substances were found in his possession, that the Officer’s believed were, a) marijuana and b) “bath salts”. Mr. James was processed and charged with:
Possession of CDS, bath salts
Possession of CDS, marijuana, under 50 grams
Mr. James was released with a court date pending after posting bail which was set at $5000.00 with a 10% option available by the Honorable Judge Vincent Pirone.

 

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