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The registration on the car was found to be fictitious and unregistered. An unknown actor s illegally attempted to obtain credit cards in the name of a Donna Drive resident. No arrests were made Fraud- On November 4th, Officer Jeffrey Dean investigated a fraud wherein an unknown actor s used the PNC bank account of a Fairfield resident to make an insurance company payment.
It was determined that the driver had a suspended license and also had active arrest warrants issued by the Jersey City and Hoboken Municipal Courts. During the course of the stop, it was determined that the passenger had an active arrest warrant issued by the Totowa Municipal Court.
Arrested was Michael Denmon 27 of Paterson, N. Investigation revealed that the individual had active arrest warrants issued by the Fairfield Municipal Court. Montone 31 of Fairfield. Montone was eventually transported to the Essex County Jail in lieu of posting bail.
The building was evacuated and a small fire in the wall near an electrical outlet was found and extinguished by the fire department Recovered Stolen Vehicle- On August 4th, Officer David Lagan responded to Skyline Auto Auction, located on Route 46, to investigate the recovery of two vehicles that were reported stolen but were actually repossessed Domestic Violence- On August 4th, Officer Christopher Nicholas served a temporary restraining order within the township Theft from Vehicle- On August 5th, Officer Raymond Puluse investigated the theft of tools from a work truck that was parked at the LaQuinta hotel located on Two Bridges Road Domestic Violence- On August 6th, Officer David Lagan responded to a domestic violence incident within the township involving an aggravated assault, a simple assault and weapon offenses.
Investigation revealed the driver to have an active arrest warrant issued by the Fairfield Municipal Court. Arrest was Donato Avolio of Wayne, N.
Investigation revealed that the registered owner had a suspended registration and an active arrest warrant issued by the Fairfield Municipal Court. Officers administered two doses of nasal Narcan and the victim was able to come out of her condition to the point that she refused any further medical treatment Theft- On July 20th, Officer James High Jr.
It appeared that the individuals were scavenging in violation of a local ordinance. The victim had a pop up advertisement come up on their computer screen advertising cleaning up computers from viruses.
This eventually led to the victim speaking to the suspect on the phone. The suspect requested that the victim go and purchase Apple gift cards that he wanted sent to him.
Arrested was Dashawn Duncan 22 of Newark, N. Investigation revealed one of the individuals had an active arrest warrant issued by the Pompton Lakes Municipal Court. The juvenile was taken into custody.
Further investigation revealed the vehicle had in fact been repossessed.
Assist Other Agency- On June 7th, Officer Ian Rasmussen responded to the parking lot of the Quick Check, located at Passaic Avenue, on an initial report of a motor vehicle crash involving two vehicles. They then proceeded into Fairfield with one vehicle following the other.
The entire matter was referred to the Paterson Police Department MV Impound- On June 7th, Officer Frank Tracey was on Route 46 when he allegedly observed a vehicle backing down the shoulder of the highway in the wrong direction.
The vehicle was stopped and found to be unregistered, uninsured and displaying fictitious plates TRO Service- On June 9th, Officer David Chabay served a domestic violence temporary restraining order within the Township Lost Property- On June 9th, Officer David Chabay took a report of lost keys at Target located on Route 46 Domestic Violence- On June 9th, Officer Steven Ptaszynski investigated an incident of domestic violence within the Township which resulted in the arrest of an individual for stalking Fraud- On June 10th, Officer Brian Holzmann responded to Mercedes Benz of Caldwell, located at Bloomfield Avenue, to investigate a fraud involving the leasing of a car Oven Fire- On June 10th, Officer Brian Holzmann and the fire department responded to a Carlos Drive residence on an oven fire.
Officer Holzmann was able to knock the fire down with a fire extinguisher and the fire department was able to extinguish the fire Criminal Mischief- On June 10th, Officer Frank Tracey investigated an act of criminal mischief that took place at CVS, located to Passaic Avenue.
The vehicle was stopped. Further investigation revealed the driver had an active arrest warrant issued by the Caldwell Municipal Court. The incident involved a guest shooting off a fire extinguisher in a guest room.
Investigation revealed that the passenger had active arrest warrants issued by the Paterson and Wayne municipal Courts. The inquiry revealed the registered owner to have active arrest warrants issued by the South Plainfield Municipal Court.
It was later determined that this individual had an active arrest warrant issued by the East Orange Municipal Court. It should be noted that the charge against him is merely an allegation and that he is presumed innocent until he either pleads guilty or is found guilty in a court of law Motor Vehicle Impound- On May 21st, Officer Jeffrey Dean impounded a vehicle from Bloomfield for not being operated by a licensed driver Simple Assault- On May 22nd, Sgt.
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