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Police Blotter for 05-26-2015 PDF Print E-mail

Montclair Police Department
Blotter 05-26-2015

Arrest:

05-18-2015 (Bloomfield Avenue) Mr. Earle Blake, 41yoa from Montclair, was arrested on warrants out of Montclair totaling $558, as well as a no bail warrant from the Essex County Sheriffs.

05-22-2015 (Park Street) Mr. Leslie Davies, 54yoa from Orange, was arrested for striking a female associate repeatedly with a walking cane. This assault occurred in the bus stop shelter at the YMCA on Park Street. Both parties were intoxicated. The female victim sustained a laceration to the face. Mr. Davies was charged with Weapon Possession and Aggravated Assault.

Theft:

05-19-2015 (Valley Way) A door lock on a Mercury Mountaineer was damaged in an attempt to gain entry to the vehicle.

05-20-2015 (Linden Avenue) Theft of loose change from an unlocked Mercury Marauder

05-22-2015 (Hilltop Place) A wallet was stolen from a parked Nissan Altima.

05-23-2015 (High Street) Burglary to a residential garage. Two bicycles, described as a Men’s Northwoods Springdale, and a Men’s Giant mountain bike, were stolen.

05-23-2015 (Lackawanna Plaza) A purse was stolen from an unlocked Ford Escape.

05-24-2015 (Willowmere Avenue) Theft of two bicycles from a backyard shed. The bicycles are described as a, Expedition Sport Low color white, and a Trek Shift2 color gray.

05-24-2015 (Pleasant Avenue) Theft of loose change from an unlocked Toyota Camry.

05-25-2015 (Lane Court) Theft of a wallet from an unlocked Dodge Ram.

05-25-2015 (Alexander Avenue) A 2011 Honda Pilot was stolen from the driveway of a residence. The keys were left inside the vehicle. This vehicle was recovered on 05-26-2015 in the City of Newark.

Miscellaneous:

05-22-2015 (Lexington Avenue) The windshield of a parked Plymouth Voyager was smashed with a rock.

05-25-2015 A black four door Infinity “G” Series with a temporary tag was being utilized in town in motor vehicle theft attempts. A black male, 6’ in height, a goatee, wearing a dark colored sweatshirt was observed exiting this vehicle in an attempt to steal a parked Audi A8. This vehicle was also pursued by Verona Police and West Orange Police for motor vehicle theft attempts in their jurisdictions.

05-25-2015 (Stonebridge Road) A home under construction was entered, causing damage to a door. Unknown if anything was taken in this incident.

05-25-2015 (Walnut Street) A white ford work van was stolen. Officers observed this van traveling at a high rate of speed in the area of Pine Street. Officers pursued this vehicle, terminating the pursuit in Glenridge.

D/Lt. David O’Dowd

 
Corrected Sewer Bills to be Mailed to Affected Customers PDF Print E-mail

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

The Montclair Sewer Utility sent a number of customers incorrectly calculated sewer bills. The miscalculated bills are being adjusted to reflect correct amounts and will be resent to affected customers within the week.

Please keep in mind that sewer bill payments are not due until June 30. If you need to inquire about the correct amount owed on your bill, please call the township billing office at 973-509-4977, 4921, 4922 or 4923 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

 
Yes, they really do save kitties in distress PDF Print E-mail

a happy rescued kittyThursday, May 22, 2015

Members of the Montclair Fire and Police departments responded to a call on Tuesday to save a kitten in distress. The kitten was discovered trapped in the wheel well of a car parked in Mount Hebron Cemetery by the vehicle's owner. Shelter Animal Control Officer Qa Jackson notified the two departments and officers and firefighters were on the scene in minutes to save the little feline, who was later taken to the township animal shelter to be cared for.

MFD, MPD members on the scene to save a kitten

 
Park St Roadwork to Resume May 26 PDF Print E-mail

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Please be advised that street improvement construction on Park Street between Bloomfield Avenue and Chestnut Street will resume on Tuesday, May 26, 2015.  The contractor will work on one block at a time, starting at Bloomfield Avenue and proceeding north.  As a reminder, no parking will be allowed on the street during the day while the contractor is working.

Contact inspector Ebbie Faraji at 973-509-5711 for any questions or concerns regarding the construction.

 
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