Theft- On May 6th, Officer Jeffrey Didyk responded Bell Enviornmental Services, located at 155 Route 46, to investigate the theft of four catalytic converters from company vehicles
Theft- On may 6th, Officer Brian Holzmann investigated a theft of money that occurred at the Dunkin Donuts located at 378 Passaic Avenue
Criminal Mischief- On May 7th, Officer Jeffrey Didyk responded to A & A Industrial Piping, located at 6 Gardner Road, to investigate an act of criminal mischief which involved three surveillance cameras being damaged
Dispute- On May 7th, Cpl. david Kane responded to 19 Gardner Road on a dispute call between a DHL driver and a customer
Warrant Arrest- On May 7th, Officer Christopher Nicholas conducted a random license plate inquiry of a vehicle that was traveling on Route 46 and discovered the registered owner had a suspended drivers license. The vehicle was stopped and investigation revealed that the passenger of the vehicle had an active warrant. Arrested was Najee Ray (27) of Clifton, N.J.
Animal Complaint- On May 7th, Sgt. Christopher Niemiec investigated a report of a Federal Express driver who was bitten by a dog on Fleetwood Avenue
Theft- On May 7th, Sgt. Joseph Keegan investigated the theft of a dealer license plate that occurred at Skyline Auto Auction on Route 46
Fraud- On May 8th, Officer Christopher Andrews investigated a fraud that involved a Sterling Court resident as the victim
Simple Assault- On May 8th, Officer Christopher Andrews investigated an assault that occurred at Consumer Product Testing, located at 70 New Dutch Lane
Fraud-On May 9th, Sgt. Daniel Dias responded to Allied Printing & Graphics, located at 4 Madison Road, to investigate a fraud involving the obtaining of gasoline by an ex-employee using a company account
Fraud- On May 9th, Sgt Paul Bowden investigated a potential fraud involving an unauthorized credit check being conducted on a Sand Road resident
Theft- On May 9th. Officer Brian Sabatelli investigated the theft of a dealer license plate that occurred at Skyline Auto Auction, located on Route 46
Warrant Arrest- On May 10th, Officer Jeffrey Didyk conducted a random license plate inquiry on a vehicle that was traveling on Route 46. The inquiry revealed the registered owner had an active warrant issued by the Elizabeth Municipal Court. Arrested was Shmera Edwards (33) of Newark, N.J.
Domestic Violence- On May 10th, Officer Jeffrey Didyk investigated a case of domestic violence involving an act of criminal mischief that occurred in the Township.
Lost Articles- On May 11th, Sgt. Christopher Niemiec investigated an incident of a lost wallet that occurred at the Target store, located on Route 46
Warrant Arrest- On May 11th, Officer Christopher Nicholas stopped a car on Gardner Road for a motor vehicle violation. During the course of his investigation, he discovered that one of the passengers in the vehicle had an outstanding warrant. Arrested was Mario Valdez (55) of Paterson, N.J.
Found Articles- On May 11th, Sgt. Joseph Keegan took possession of a wallet that was recovered at the Valero gas station, located on Route 46.
Disorderly Conduct- On May 11th, Officer Christopher Nicholas arrested an individual for disorderly conduct at the LaQuinta hotel, located on Two Bridges Road
Narcotics Arrest- On May 12th, Officer R.J. Casendino arrested one individual for allegedly possessing a controlled dangerous substance and two others for having active warrants during a traffic stop on Route 46 (See press release for details)
During this time period, the Fairfield Police Department responded to 25 requests for medical assistance and 1 motor vehicle crash
Separate Suspicious Vehicle Checks Net Narcotics and Wanted Person ArrestsFairfield (NJ) Two separate checks of suspicious vehicles over the weekend resulted in the arrest of two individuals for narcotics charges and also found to have active arrest warrants. In the first case,...Read More...
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