Montclair Crime: Thieves Love Lifting From Your Unlocked Vehicles

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The week in Montclair crime from D/Lt. David O’Dowd, Montclair Police Department:

Burglary/Theft

04-10-2018 (Plymouth Street) A possible attempted burglary to a residence under construction. Nothing was noticed missing at this time.

04-11-2018 (Wayside Place) Theft of loose change from an unlocked motor vehicle.

04-11-2018 (South Mountain Avenue) Theft of sunglasses from an unlocked motor vehicle.

04-11-2018 (Graham Terrace) An unlocked vehicle was rummaged through, but nothing reported missing.

04-11-2018 (Graham Terrace) Theft of a key fob and loose change from an unlocked motor vehicle.

04-11-2018 (Elm Street) Theft of a cellular phone from an unlocked motor vehicle.

04-11-2018 (Marston Place) An unlocked motor vehicle was entered, but nothing reported missing.

04-14-2018 (Bradford Avenue) Attempted burglary to a residence. Access was not gained to the home.


Arrest

04-11-2018 (North Fullerton Avenue) A 48-year-old Montclair man was arrested and charged with DWI.

04-14-2018 (Cedar Avenue) Officers were dispatched to a report of a vehicle burglary in progress. Upon arriving, they located and arrested a 17yoa Montclair male. This juvenile was charged with Burglary and Resisting Arrest by Flight.

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