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Police Blotter for 09-30-14 PDF Print E-mail

Montclair Police Department
Blotter 09-30-2014

Arrest

On 09-28-2014 at 0204Hrs, Officers assigned to the Mission Street post observed a large disturbance mid-block in the center of the street. Upon responding, they located approximately eight individuals huddled around two males who were physically fighting. One of the males who was fighting was identified as Justin Davis (18yoa from Montclair), disregarded Officers orders. He continued to act in a combative and aggressive manner. Mr. Davis was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct.

On 09-29-2014 at 0738Hrs, Officers were dispatched to Warren Place on a report of a suspicious male walking through the rear yards of homes. Arriving Officers observed this suspect, James Aguiar (23yoa from Montclair) walking on Warren Place. After conducting a canvass of the neighborhood, numerous witnesses observed Mr. Aguiar walking through the rear properties of homes in the area. It was discovered that Mr. Aguiar had rummaged through at least one vehicle in the neighborhood, ripping open parcels, which were on the rear seat. Mr. Aguiar was placed under arrest and charged with burglary and theft. He was held on $7,500 bail.

Burglary

On 09-23-2014, a Yantacaw Brook Road resident reported the theft of jewelry. The items stolen included an 18k gold Patek Philippe bracelet watch, valued at $38,000. The jewelry was last seen on Labor Day 2014. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective J. Anderson at 973-509-4706

On 09-26-2014, an Officer was dispatched to a residence on Valley Road, near Church Street, on a report of a burglary. The victim stated that when she returned home on 09-24-2014, she observed the rear door ajar. It appears that a radio/CD player was stolen from the residence in this incident. On 09-26-2014 at 2100Hrs, the victim observed that the window in the rear door of the residence had been smashed. The actor(s) were unable to gain access to the residence in this incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective D. Rullo at 973-509-4726

Theft From a Vehicle

On 09-24-2014, Officers were dispatched to Chester Road on a report of an attempted theft from a vehicle. The victim stated that at 0318Hrs, he observed a subject looking into his vehicle. The suspect is described as a short male wearing a baseball cap. It did not appear that anything was taken in this incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact our Juvenile Aid Bureau at 973-509-4751.
On 09-24-2014 a Cedar Grove resident reported a theft from their vehicle in the area of Union Street near Elm Street. Between 1500Hrs and 1530Hrs, someone entered their Nissan Xterra, and stole a black backpack and wallet. Anyone with information is asked to contact our Juvenile Aid Bureau at 973-509-4751.

On 09-25-2014, Officers were dispatched to Tuxedo Road on a report of a theft from a vehicle. The witness stated that at 0127Hrs, they observed a subject leaning into a vehicle in a driveway. The suspect is described as a medium build male, approximately 5’9” in height, wearing a dark sweatshirt. $20 in loose change was stolen from this vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to contact our Juvenile Aid Bureau at 973-509-4751.

On 09-29-2014, Officers were dispatched to Gardiner Place on a report of theft from a motor vehicle. The victim stated that between 1745Hrs on 09-28-2014 and 0800Hrs on 09-29-2014, someone had entered their Jeep Grand Cherokee. $4.00 in quarters was stolen from the center console of this vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to contact our Juvenile Aid Bureau at 973-509-4751.

On 09-29-2014 at 0847Hrs, while investigating a separate motor vehicle break-in on Gardiner Place, Officers observed a Subaru Legacy with its doors ajar. Upon locating the owner of this vehicle, it was determined that it too had been entered. The contents of the vehicle had been rummaged through, but it did not appear that anything was taken.

Theft

On 09-24-2014, a Bloomfield Avenue resident reported the theft of a bicycle from the basement of their apartment building. This bicycle was last seen on 09-15-2014. The bicycle is described as a blue women’s 10-speed bicycle. Anyone with information is asked to contact our Juvenile Aid Bureau at 973-509-4751.

 
Montclair Offers Chess for Life Program for Kids PDF Print E-mail

Chess For Life logo Chess For Life (CFL), in conjunction with the Montclair Department of Recreation & Cultural Affairs, is offering an after school chess program for kids in grades 3-12, September 30 through December 4.

The CFL Beginners 101program meets Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.; Beginners 201 meets Thursdays 4:30-5:30 p.m. and the advanced class meets Thursdays, 6:00-7:00 p.m. The location is the Edgemont Park Shelter House on Valley Road, Montclair.

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Brother and Sister Pitties Find their Forever Home Together PDF Print E-mail

Tony and Tina with their adoptive parentsTiger (now Tony), a friendly pittie at the Montclair Animal Shleter, went home with his sister Tina and their new parents. The pitties' parents adopted Tina several weeks ago after meeting her at a Shelter's Farmers' Market adoption event organized by Shelter volunteer Nancy Willis. They returned for Tony last weekend.

The couple took Tina home first to make sure she was housebroken before adopting another dog.

"It’s a challenge getting just one dog adjusted, two happy and energetic pitties would be more than a handful," said willis.

The adoptive parents came back a few weeks later to spend time with Tony and took him home too!

"A single dog being adopted from the Shelter is reason to celebrate," said Willis. "Keeping sibling dogs together with one family is fantastic beyond words."

Tina and Tony’s parents live in New Jersey and they have a summer home on Lake Champlain so Tony and Tina will be boating with them in the summers and swimming in the lake.

 
Employment Opportunity: Animal Shelter Kennel Helper PDF Print E-mail

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Job Title: Animal Shelter Kennel Helper (Part-Time)

Description: Accountable for keeping the animals fed, watered, restocking supplies and cleaning cages. Cleans enclosures in accordance with the State Sanitary Regulations and the shelter's standard operating procedures. Other tasks may include transporting animals to different areas; specialized bathing, grooming, and exercise routines. Observing animals, checking for signs of disease, illness or discontent; reporting negative or undesirable behaviors in animals. Maintaining equipment and making sure it is in good working condition. May assist with administering of medications and therapies to animals in the shelter as well as assist the Animal Care Technician with certain tasks and procedures.

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