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Montclair Township Police Department
647 Bloomfield Avenue
Montclair, NJ 07042

David P. Sabagh, Police Chief

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Mission Statement of the Montclair Police Department

It is the mission of the Montclair Police Department to provide professional police service to the community by adhering to the values of respect, accountability and integrity.



Police Blotter for 04-01-14 PDF Print E-mail

Subject: Police Blotter
Date:04/01/2014

Arrests

On 3/25/2014, at 09:12 am., Officers responded to the corner of Lackawanna Plaza and Bloomfield Avenue on report of a verbal disturbance between several parties. Upon arrival of Officers, they met with the callers who are a Montclair couple who explained that the third person involved in this incident, Marrell Sutton, a 29 year old Montclair man, had been following the complaining female caller throughout the Township for the past several months. Officers conducted an investigation and discovered that Sutton had an outstanding warrant out of Montclair for a prior incident where he was charged with Criminal Mischief for kicking and breaking a door on a local business. That incident occurred 02/16/2013. Sutton was placed under arrest and the allegations of following the complaining caller are being investigated.

On 3/25/2014, at approx 02:00 pm, Officers responded to Belleville Police Dept. to arrest Robert T. Frucci, a 26 Belleville man, on outstanding warrants out of Montclair for a 2012 narcotics offense. Frucci was in custody of Belleville PD. Frucci was placed under arrest and transported to Montclair where he will be housed pending Court.

On 3/25/2014, at 07:29 pm Officers placed Abraham D Muralles, a 43 year old Plainfield man, into custody as he appeared before Montclair Municipal Court to answer a summons issued to him for Driving While Suspended. As a result of that appearance, Muralles was sentenced to 10 days in the county jail. During processing Muralles was found to have outstanding warrants out of Boundbrook, Dunnellen and Hillborough Courts.

On 03/27/2014, at approx 05:20 pm, Officers observed Joseph Foglio, a 33 year old Livingston man, picking up trash and throwing it on the side walk in the area of North Willow Street and Claremont Avenue. He was stopped by Officers and a field investigation was conducted. As a result, Mr. Foglio was issued a summons for littering and released.

On 03/27/2014, at approx 08:15 pm, Officers responded to a Mission Street property, a second floor apartment, on report of individuals trespassing as the apartment is supposed to be vacant. Upon arrival of Officers, the owner/ landlord was present and stated that parties were “hanging out on the second floor” and he wanted them removed. Officers found three parties on the premises. One of the three, Tyree Barba, a 21 year old Montclair man, was found to have outstanding warrants out of Irvington and Newark. Barba was placed under arrest and was later picked up by Irvington on that warrant. The other two parties were released at the scene.

On 03/29/2014, at approx 11pm, Ivonne Cammano, an 18 year old Fiskill NY woman, was arrested after acting belligerently and assaulting a security officer at the Wellmont Theatre. Officers responded to assist the female security officer who was escorting Cammano out of the theatre and she continued to act out resisting Officers. It was determined that she was intoxicated as well. While hand-cuffing Cammano, she kicked an Officer. Cammano was placed under arrest and charged with Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Assault on a Police Officer, Resisting Arrest and Underage Consumption of Alcoholic Beverage.

BURGLARY

On 3/25/2014, approx. 04:52 pm, Officers responded to a residence on Elm Street in Montclair on report of a burglary. Upon arrival, Officers spoke with the homeowner who reported that the home was left unoccupied at approx 2pm. At 04:40 pm, the resident arrived to find the home had been entered. Missing from the residence was a MacBook computer, and a black and white Under Armour back pack. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, Det. J. Schaub at 973-509-4717.

On 3/28/2014, at approx 08:16 pm, Officers responded to an Orange Rd residence on report of a burglary. Upon arrival, Officers met the caller who reported seeing an open window in a first floor apartment in that residence. Officer checked the residence and found it clear of any intruders. It could not be determined if anything was missing at the time of this report as the homeowner could not be reached. Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, Det. C. Cunningham at 973-509-4716.

GRAFFITI

On 03/28/2014, at 11:14 am, officers responded 50 Upper Montclair Plaza on report of graffiti found on the rear of the building. Upon arrival of Officers, they check the rear of #50 and found graffiti painted on the rear of the building. Officer check further check along the tracks to find several buildings with graffiti that appeared to be old. The graffiti on the rear of #50 is said to be new, within a couple of days. Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Juvenile Aid Bureau at 973-509-4733.

THEFT

On 03/25/2014, at approx 10:20 pm, Officers responded to an Elm Street address on report of a motor vehicle theft. Upon arrival of Officers, they spoke with the victim who reported parking the 2001 Audi A4, 4 door, color black, in the driveway at approx 5 pm this date. The last time the vehicle was observed by the owner was 8 pm. At approx 10:20 pm, the owner noticed the vehicle was gone. The vehicle was immediately entered in the CJIS (Criminal Justice Information System) system as stolen. As a result, Newark PD observed the vehicle parked and unoccupied on 03/28/2014 at 5 North 12th street. The theft remains under investigation. Anyone with information is urged to call the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, Det. L. McCarthy at 973-509-4725.

On 03/25/2014, at 08:51 am, Officers responded to Verasoni Worldwide, a Park Street business, on report of a computer theft. Upon arrival of Officers, they met the caller who reported that his 15” Macbook laptop computer was missing from his office. The computer was valued at $2000. He states that the computer was last seen on 03/21/2014 at the close of business. On 03/23/2014, at approx 1pm the computer was noticed missing. There was no sign of forced entry to the building or the office. The building is only accessed by a cleaning crew over the weekends. The case remains under investigation. Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, Det. C. Cunningham at 973-509-4716.

On 03/28/2014, at approx. 12:44 pm, Officers responded to Immaculate Conception Church on North Fullerton Avenue on report of a theft. Upon arrival, Officers met with the victim who reported that while walking to the front of the Church to receive communion, leaving her purse on the pew, her

wallet was taken. She suspects a male who was seated behind her. She suspects this party because he was sitting there when she walk to the front of the Church and when she was walking back to her seat, she observed this party walking out of the door of the church. It was at this time that she noticed that her wallet was missing from her purse. The suspect is described as follows:

Black male, 30-40 years old, approx 5’06” tall, wearing a black or dark green jacket with a wool cap and dark pants.

Anyone with any information is urged to call the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, Det. L. McCarthy at 973-509-4725.

MISCELLANIOUS

On 03/28/2014, at 09:26pm, Officers responded to 65 Glenridge Avenue Caggiano’s Liquor Store on report of a hold up alarm. Enroute to the location, information was transmitted that approx. 10 juveniles had broken merchandise within the store and fled. Upon arrival, Officers learned that two groups of young males were fighting in the store and fled prior to police arrival. The owner reported that initially, a group of approx. 5 males came into the store. Soon thereafter, another group of two to three parties came into the store. The two groups began to argue and soon began to fight in the store. After about 10 seconds the two groups ran out of the store. As a result of the fight approx. $150 of merchandise was damaged. This investigation is ongoing to identify the parties involved. Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Juvenile Aid Bureau at 973-509-4733.

DSgt. W. Young
Montclair Police Department
973-509-4719 Office

 
Township Swears In Two Police Probationary Officers PDF Print E-mail

Friday, March 28, 2014

Officer John McCueOfficers Michael J. McCue and Scott A. Tait were sworn in yesterday as Montclair Police Department probationary officers by Deputy Municipal Clerk Juliet Lee in Township Council Chambers.

Officer McCue is a class of 2013 graduate of the Bergen County Police Academy Alternate Route Program (self-funded by the trainee). He also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in justice studies at Montclair State University in 2010. Officer McCue served for two years with the Fair Lawn and Hillsdale police departments as a civilian police dispatcher and was a volunteer firefighter with the Paramus Volunteer Fire Department for three years. He will wear badge #259.

Officer Scott TaitOfficer Tait Graduated Bergen County Community College in 2012 with an Associate Degree in criminal justice. He previously served as a volunteer class II special deputy sheriff with the Essex County Sheriff’s Office. Officer Tait will enter the Essex County College Police Academy this month for additional training toward his certification as a full-time police officer. He will wear badge #260.

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Police Blotter for 03-25-14 PDF Print E-mail

Subject: Police Blotter
Date: 03/25/2014

Arrests

On 3/20/2014, at 1130 am, Nicholas Zappulla, a 25 year old Nutley man, appeared in Montclair Municipal Court for a probation violation. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Essex County Jail for not abiding by the terms of his probation. His sentence was subsequently suspended and there is a new date set for him to appear later in April. Zappulla was initially charged with a theft from a motor vehicle in Feb of 2013.

On 3/20/2014, at approx 6:50 pm, Officers conducting an investigation into an armed robbery attempted to stop and conduct a field interview with a party identified as Lander Ceaser, a 32 year old Montclair man. Ceaser was observed in the area of Claremont and Greenwood Avenue. Upon Officers identifying themselves and ordering Ceaser to stop, Ceaser fled, running from Officers. He was quickly caught and detained. Officers determined he was not a suspect from the robbery and he was subsequently arrested for Obstruction of Justice. He received a summons and was released.

On 3/22/2014, at 1249 pm Athena Reid-Azam, a 41 year old Montclair woman, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Criminal Mischief. The charge resulted from a complaint from Zeus Rental Cars complaining of damage to a vehicle.

BURGLARY

Police sketchOn 3/20/2014, at 4:50 am, Officers responded to an apartment building on Pine Street on report of a possible intruder. Upon arrival, Officers spoke with the caller who stated that she was awakened by a man standing at the foot of her bed. The caller stated that upon waking, the man said to her, “Are you ready for me?” The caller then screamed and the intruder is said to have casually walk out of the apartment via the back door. The intruder is described as a black male, 30-40 yrs old, wearing blue jeans and no shirt. The intruder is said to have a mustache, very thin at the waist and wearing some sort of head wear. The intruder reportedly did not get into the bed and did not touch the caller. The caller believes the back door to the apartment was left open at the time she retired for the evening. The caller states that she does not recognize the intruder as anyone that she knows. Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, Det. C. Cunningham at 973-509-4716. The State Police were contacted to do a composite sketch which is attached.

On 3/22/2014, at approx 9:00 am, Officers responded to a Stonebridge Rd residence on report of a burglary to a motor vehicle. Upon arrival, Officers spoke with the caller who relayed that she parked her 2008 Kia Sportage at approx 7pm on 03/21 and on 03/22 at 900 am she returned to her vehicle to find items missing. The following was reported missing: a wallet, NJ DL, Visa CC, Garmin GPS and $40 cash. It was further reported that one of the doors of the vehicle may have been unlocked. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, Det. J. Anderson at 973-509-4706.

On 3/22/2014, at approx 9:56 am, Officers responded to a St. Lukes Place residence on report of a theft from a garage. Upon arrival, Officers spoke with the caller who reported that between 6 pm on 3/21 and 9:45 am on 03/22 someone entered their unlocked garage and removed a bicycle. The bike is described as a 10 year old, men’s 21 speed mountain bike with a water bottle holder, red and black in color. The value of the bike is said to be approx. $500 when it was purchased. Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Juvenile Aid Bureau at 973-509-4733.

ROBBERY

On 03/20/2014, at 6:53 PM, officers responded 35 Lackawanna Plaza on report of an armed robbery. Upon arrival, Officer spoke with the victim who reported to Officers that he met an individual at the Mall to purchase Marijuana. Upon meeting the seller, he came with a second male who the caller did not know. At this meeting, the caller was directed down the emergency exit hallway in the northwest corner of the mall. Once inside the hallway one of the two suspects brandished a small black handgun and ordered the caller to give up the money. The caller gave the two men a $100 dollar bill and the two fled the mall running to the rear of 50 Greenwood Avenue where they were last seen running north toward Claremont Avenue. The two suspects are described as follows:

Suspect #1 – green camouflage pants and a dark hooded sweat shirt
Suspect #2 – blue jeans, dark-gray hooded sweat shirt, black jacket and dark wool hat.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, Det. J. Schaub at 973-509-4717.

FRAUD

On 03/24/2014, at approx 11:14 am, Officers met with an Upper Mountain Avenue resident of Montclair who reported that he was the victim of a Fraud. The victim reports that he planned a vacation for this summer in Ocean City N.J. and located an apartment for rent on Craigslist. The victim reports communicating with a party who identified himself as Edwin Dennarda via the internet and email. Through these communications, a block of time was reserved and the victim paid $1100 via a bank transfer. Upon transferring funds, it was learned that there was a different name on the account that was receiving the funds. The funds were transferred as agreed despite the name on the account. After the transaction was complete, the victim investigated further and found that the apartment in question did not belong to the man who was paid the $1100. Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Department Detective Bureau, Det. R. Singleton at 973-509-4722.

THEFTS

On 03/24/2014, at approx 3:20 pm Officers took a report of theft of Jewelry. The victim, an Edgecliff Road resident, reported that between Thanksgiving and the time of this report, several pieces of jewelry were taken from his home and he does not know by whom. Total loss $12,971. The caller reports several venders throughout the home during this time period. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, Detective T. Turner at 973-509-4717.

On 03/22/2014, at approx. 5:09 pm, Officers took a report from a Glen Ridge resident who reported the theft of her wallet. The victim came into Police Hq. to report shopping at several different locations, some of which are in Montclair when she discovered that her wallet was missing out of her purse. Subsequent to discovering her wallet missing, she received a call from American Express regarding her card being used at a CVS in Bloomfield, NJ. She then discovered that other credit cards had been used and attempted at various locations. Anyone with any information is urged to call the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, Det. Singleton at 973-509-4722.

POSSIBLE LURING

On 03/21/2014, at approx. 6:42 pm, Officers responded to a Midland Avenue address on report of a possible luring incident involving a juvenile male. Upon arrival, it was reported by the mother of a 12 year old boy that while walking South on Midland Avenue from Watchung Avenue, on the West side of the street a white sedan pulled up where the young man was walking and the driver stated, “boy, get in the car”. The young man ignored the driver and continued walking South and the vehicle drove away without incident. The incident is said to have occurred at 5:30 pm. The driver is described as a black male in his late 30’s early 40’s with a mustache. Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Juvenile Aid Bureau at 973-509-4733.

MISCELLANIOUS

Flim-Flam/ Money Scam

On 03/19/2014, at approx 7:30 pm, Officers took a report from a Montclair woman regarding some type of possible flim-flam situation that occurred at Lackawanna Plaza. The victim explained that she entered Lackawanna Plaza from the East side of the building to purchase a coffee. As she attempted to exit the plaza, she was approached by two females described as follows:

Suspect #1 – younger than Suspect 2, 5’08” – 5’10”, thin build, wearing a dress with a jacket, heavy make-up, and a wig

Suspect #2 – Older than Suspect 1, 5’6” – 5’08”, average to heavy build, wearing pants with a jacket, heavy make-up and a wig.

The two approached the victim and stated that they found a wallet. A ladies black patent leather wallet with a single zipper that contained money was shown. The two stated that they would share the money with the victim if she would help them. They never specifically stated what they wanted. The victim stated to the two, that they should just call the police if they found someone’s property and

Subject: Police Blotter
Date: 03/25/2014

Flim-Flam/ Money Scam continued.

she tried to walk away from them. It was further reported that the two continued to show a wad of cash and badger the victim to help them. The victim got to the parking lot and unlocked her car with the remote when the two actors jumped into her car. One got into the front seat and one got into the back. The victim began to scream at the two to get out of her car and that she was going to call the police. The two then exited the vehicle and walked through the lot toward the TD Bank. The victim got in her car and left the area. It is unknown where the two women went. If anyone has seen these two women, know who they are or has any information they are urged to contact the Montclair Police Detective Bureau, DSgt. W. Young at 973-509-4719.

DSgt. W. Young
Montclair Police Department
973-509-4719 Office

 
Police Blotter for 03-18-14 PDF Print E-mail

Subject: Police Blotter
Date: 03/18/2014

VANDALISM:

On 03/11/2014, at approx. 1109 hours, officers responded to Trend Coffee on Bloomfield Avenue on a vandalism report. The caller informed officer that 3 days prior she parked her 2001 silver Mercedes in the midtown lot. She observed two long scratches on the passenger side of the vehicle. Caller states it is the third incident within the last 6 months but never reported it. There were scratches on the driver side as well. Not suspects at this time.

THEFT:

On 03/14/2014, at approx. 1921 hours, officers responded to the 40 block of Maple Avenue on stolen mail. The caller informed officers that she ordered headphones (beats by Dre) from Group on which were shipped USPS on March 10th at 1017 hours. Tracking the delivery she was notified the package was delivered between 1000 and 1100 hours on 03/13. When she arrived home the package was not at her door. Neighbor reported seeing the package at door.

On 03/14/2014, at approx. 2013 hours, officers responded to the 50 block of Maple Avenue on a theft from a motor vehicle. The caller informed officers that he left his grey 2005 Chrysler parked inadvertently unlocked in the church lot while he went in to pray from 1910 to 1940 hours. When he returned he realized his briefcase was missing from the rear of the vehicle. The case contained an HP laptop, US passport, glasses, iphone charger and a binder. Anyone with information contact Det. Turner at 973 509 4724.

On 03/14/2014, at approx. 2344 hours, officers responded to the 60 block of Forest Street on a theft from a motor vehicle. Officers were informed by the vehicle owner that he parked his 2007 black Ford Mustang on Forest Street at 2200 hours. When he returned at 2344 he realized someone cut a hole in the rag top of the vehicle and stole the following items;

Black Garmin Portable Navigation - $600.00
1 brown Fendi Track Suit - $300.00
1 black Fendi Track Suit - $300.00
1 black leather jacket - $300.00
1 Tan & Black pair of Coach Sneakers - $250.00
1 black pair of Fendi Sneakers - $250.00
1 (1.5 carat) white gold female engagement ring - $1200.00
1 black luggage bag - $450.00
1 tan & brown pocket book - $450.00
1 black pair of Fendi female skinny jeans - $100.00
1 blue pair of Fendi female skinny Jeans - $100.00
1 black pair of Fendi female pants - $100.00
1 black pair of dress pants - $100.00
1 black Fendi pocket book with gold Fendi Emblem - $400.00
1 white gold male ring - $200.00
1 pair of gold hoop earrings - $150.00
1 black playstation 3 game console - $400.00

Anyone with information contact Det. Shaub at 973 509 4717.

On 03/12/2014, at approx. 0635hours, officers responded to the 70 block of Upper Mountain Avenue on a subject looking into vehicle. Officers arrived and checked the area to no avail. The caller informed officers that she observed through her second floor window walking around a Lexus parked on the street. The actor was also looking in the windows of the vehicle. No description could be given as it was dark outside.

ARRESTS

On 03/12/2014, at approx. 1350 hours, officers conducted a motor vehicle in the area Gates and Bloomfield Avenue. The vehicle registration had been randomly checked and the listed owner was a suspended driver. The operator admitted her license was suspended. Officers detected an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The operator admitted to officers that she had smoked marijuana earlier and the partially smoked marijuana cigar was in her ash tray as well as a small amount of marijuana in her console. Both items were retrieved by officers with her consent and 44 yr old Kelly Nelson of Montclair was taken into custody without incident. She was issued MV summonses for driving while suspended and possession of CDS in a motor vehicle. She was also charged with possession of Marijuana -50grams. She was released pending her court hearing.

On 3/12/2014, at approx 1417 hours, officers responded to Urban Outfitters on a reported shoplifting. Officers were informed by the store manager that a black male, 6'00" in height, wearing all black clothing, a black baseball hat and black headphones had stolen a "Charles and 1/2" black leather jacket valued at $99.00. She stated he had the jacket tied around his waist and walked past the point of purchase without making payment for the item. As the actor went to exit the store, the security alarm sounded indicating that the security sensor was still on the jacket. When approached outside, employees of Urban Outfitters stated to the actor that he needed to return the stolen jacket to which he stated that the employees should call the police. He was seen sitting on a bench and then walked off and was last seen walking in the area of South Park Street and Church Street. Officers checked the surrounding area and located the actor fitting the description. 25 yr old Brandon Hart of Montclair, was at the bus stop near Bloomfield Avenue and South Willow Street with the stolen item in his possession. He was placed under arrest without incident and charged with shoplifting. He was also found to have outstanding warrants out of Montclair, West Orange and the Essex County Sheriff’s department totaling $12,780.00.

On 3/18/2014, at approx 1100 hours, officers took 22 yr old Ana Ambrosio of Montclair into custody for filing a fictitious police report. Ana Ambrosio had filed a report that she had been a victim of a robbery on March 9th. During the robbery she claimed to have lost consciousness after being punched in the face by an unknown actor while walking home. Detective’s investigation revealed she was not telling the truth after observing video footage of the time frame the robbery was supposed to have occurred. She was observed entering her residence safely and exiting safely just prior to her reporting the incident. She was summonsed and released pending her court hearing.

DLt. Angel Roman
Montclair Police Department

 
Police Blotter for 03-11-14 PDF Print E-mail

Subject: Police Blotter
Date: 03/11/2014

FRAUD

On 03/05/2014, at approx. 1039 hours police took a walk in fraud report. The Montclair resident had met someone on match.com. Maxwell Yas was the name used and he claimed to be an American Civil engineer working in Malaysia. Over the course of several months the actor convinced the victim to wire him large sums of money to help him as he had been having some financial problems. He mailed a check in the amount of $1,000,000 to the victim asking her to hold onto it for safe keeping as he was having trouble with the banks in Malaysia. This check was actually fraudulent. The victim was taken for $86,000. Police urge residents to be aware that this is a common scam conducted on the Internet. Actors seek out people looking to connect on the Internet. They take advantage of victims who are seeking a relationship or companionship. Once they gain a level of trust they drop some kind of tragic story that has impacted them financially and ask the victim to help.

BURGLARIES:

On 03/06/2014, at approx. 2129 hours, officers responded to a Chestnut Street address on a burglary. Officers were informed by the homeowner that between March 4th 1530 hours and March 6th 2100 hours someone entered the home and stole the following items;

LCD Projector (no brand provided) valued at approximately $1000.00
Westinghouse Flat Screen Television valued at approximately $300.00
Dell Computer and Speakers valued at approximately $2000.00
Home Comfort space heater valued at approximately $90.00

No signs of forced entry. It appears a contractor may have inadvertently left a door unlocked. Anyone with information contact Det. Cunningham at 973 509 4716.

THEFT:

On 03/07/2014, at approx. 1221hours, officers responded to Romany Liquors on Glenridge Avenue on a report of a shoplifting. Officers were informed by the store manager that he had his back to a customer as he was walking towards the cash register. When he turned around the customer quickly ran out of the store. He realized he had taken (2) Johnny Walker Double Black bottles of Scotch (value $48.99 each). The suspect is described as a black male, with a goatee, 40-48 years of age, approximately 5'9", 210 pounds, last seen wearing a black skull cap, a dark black or brown down jacket, black pants, and white sneakers. Anyone with information contact Det. Turner at 973 509 4724.

ARRESTS

On 03/05/2014, at approx. 1417 hours, officers responded to the Pathmark at Lackawanna Plaza on a shoplifter in custody. Pathmark security was holding 48 year old Anthony Colvin in their security office. Colvin was observed putting 15 bottles of Dove Soap ($124.85) into a blue canvass bag he was carrying and attempted to leave the store. He was stopped by security and held for police. Anthony was transported to headquarters and charged with shoplifting.

On 3/08/2014, at approx 0440 hours, officers on patrol in the area of Wayside and Llewellyn Road observed black Jeep Grand Cherokee traveling westbound on Llewellyn at a high rate of speed. A motor vehicle stop was conducted near South Mountain Avenue and the driver was found to have an outstanding warrant in the amount of $857 out of Cedar Grove. 29 yr old Darrell Thompson was taken into custody without incident. Cedar Grove released Darrell and issued him a new court date.

DLt. Angel Roman
Montclair Police Department

 
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