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One individual was arrested. Threats - On January 10th, PO Hlubik and other officers responded to Hollywood Ave in regards to a civil dispute in which one individual allegedly threatened another. The registration on the car was found to be fictitious and unregistered. The vehicle was impounded. An unknown actor s illegally attempted to obtain credit cards in the name of a Donna Drive resident. Identity Theft - On December 28th, PO Christopher Andrews investigated a case of identity theft involving unknown actor s attempting to obtain credit cards in the name of an Esposito Drive resident.
Fraud - On December 28th, PO Frank Patierno investigated a case of fraud whereby an unknown actor s opened an auto insurance policy illegally using the account of a Nalesnik Drive resident. During this time period, the Fairfield Police Department responded to 20 requests for medical assistance and 14 motor vehicle crashes. Proctor impounded a vehicle on Route 46 for having a suspended registration and no proof of insurance. 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. Domestic Violence - On November 5th, Officer Diego Ocampo investigated a case of domestic violence involving harassment within the Township. During this time period, the department responded to 14 requests for medical assistance and 9 motor vehicle crashes. 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 this period of time the Fairfield Police Department responded to 15 requests for medical assistance and 9 motor vehicle crashes. 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. He was later turned over to the custody of the Totowa Police Department. Unknown actor s smashed a window and took the purse.
Lost Property- On September 7th, Officer Brian Holzmann investigated a case of a lost money clip that had cash, identification and credit cards of a local resident. It is believed that the item may have been lost near the Fairfield Food Market located at Horseneck Road.
Fight in Progress - On September 9th, officers responded to a Little Falls Road residence on a report of a fight in progress. Theft- On September 10th, Officer Christopher Nicholas responded to the Crown Plaza hotel, located on Route 46, to investigate a theft of jewelry from a guest room. Warrant Arrest - On August 29th, Officers Ian Rasmussen and Christopher Andrews responded to the small park on Hollywood Avenue to check on the welfare of an individual sleeping on one of the children's slides.
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. Threats - On August 29th, Officer Thomas Myers investigated a report of threats that were made while the victim was at the Franklin Steakhouse, located on Passaic Avenue, on August 19th.
Property Damage - On August 25th, Officer Diego Ocampo responded to Mercedes Benz of Caldwell, located on Bloomfield Avenue, to investigate a report of property damage involving a customer who hit a fence with a loaner car. Warrant Arrest - On August 1st, Officer Christopher Nicholas executed an arrest warrant issued by the Clifton Municipal Court for a violation of a temporary domestic violence restraining order within the Township.
Animal Bite - On August 2nd, while aiding a cat that was struck by a vehicle near the intersection of Hollywood Avenue and Fairfield Road, Officer Christopher Hlubik was bitten by it and was treated for his injury. 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. 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.
Two individuals were arrested. During this time frame, the department responded to 11 motor vehicle crashes and 20 requests for medical assistance. 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.
During this time period, the department responded to 7 motor vehicle crashes and 13 requests for medical assistance. 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. It appeared that the individuals were scavenging in violation of a local ordinance.
Domestic Violence - On July 24th, Officer Christopher Nicholas investigated a case of domestic violence involving stalking and harassment within the Township. During this time period the Fairfield Police Department responded to 10 motor vehicle crashes and 20 requests for medical assistance.
Shoplifting- On June 20th, Officer Christopher Nicholas investigated an incident of shoplifting that took place in the past at Target located on Route Animal Complaint - On June 20th, Officer Christopher Hlubik responded to a report of an injured coyote on the grass just beyond the shoulder of the road on Route 46 East near The coyote was then humanely dispatched.
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. It appears that unknown actor s stole credit cards from purse that was left in a car at the Dunkin Donuts at Passaic Aveneu and then went to stores and used them. 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. Narcotics Possession - On June 6th, Officer Brian Holzmann responded to the Essex Campus Academy, located at Passaic Avenue, to investigate an allegation that a 17 year old student was found to be in possession of suspected marijuana.
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.
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.
Officer Holzmann was able to knock the fire down with a fire extinguisher and the fire department was able to extinguish the fire. The incident involved a scratch being done on a car. Warrant Arrest - On May 31st, Officer David Lagan was on patrol on Route 46 near Lehigh Drive when his vehicle's automated license plate reader indicated that a Honda that was travelling in front of him was unregistered.
The vehicle was stopped. Unknown actor s broke glass front door and stole cash and cigarettes. The fire was extinguished. An unknown actor s threw a rock through a window.
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.
During the course of the investigation it is alleged that the vehicle's passenger provided the officer with a false name and date of birth. 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. Simple Assault - On May 22nd, Sgt.
David Proctor investigated a simple assault that took place at Costal Sports, located at 22 Commerce Road. Taken was an X-Box gaming system and associated games. Unknown actor s appeared to enter unlocked back door and stole a computer tablet. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was identified as the registered owner. Domestic Violence - On May 5th, Officer Christopher Hlubik and other Fairfield officers responded to an incident of domestic violence within the Township. Robert Sanger responded to the Delta gas station, located at Route 46 East, on a report of a theft of cash.
Theft - On March 31st, Officer David Lagan investigated the theft of a wallet from a vehicle parked at the Walgreens shopping complex located at Route Criminal Mischief - On April 3rd, Det. Jeffrey Didyk investigated a case of criminal mischief involving a car having been scratched at Discount Liquors located on Route 46 West. Property Damage - On April 3rd, Officer Thomas Myers responded to 48 Clinton Road to investigate a tree that fell onto the hood and roof of a Hyundai that was parked at that location.
During this time period, the department responded to 9 motor vehicle crashes and 14 requests for medical assistance. Further investigation revealed the driver had an active arrest warrant issued by the Orange Municipal Court. Domestic Violence - On March 15th, Officer Thomas Myers investigated an incident of domestic violence that took place within the township.
Theft - On March 16th, Officer Sean McCormack investigated the theft of landscaping equipment that was taken from an open landscaper's trailer on Caryn Place.
During the course of the stop it was determined that the driver had an active arrest warrant issued by the Irvington Municipal Court. Arrested was Jonathan Philippe 23 of Irvington, N. During this time period, the department responded to 12 requests for medical assistance and 6 motor vehicle crashes. Warrant Arrest - On March 7th, Sgt. Christopher Niemiec stopped a car on Passaic Avenue for an alleged motor vehicle violation. The driver was unable to produce any driving credentials. The driver was found to have an alleged suspended license and the vehicle was unregistered and uninsured.
Ventura County Best Practices. Case was dismissed in court. El Cajon Liquor Ordinance Article. PABES is a program that provides alcohol sellers in the city of Paterson with the necessary information and skills to reduce the incidences of alcohol related incidents and underage drinking. The goal of this program is to become knowledgeable of the local ordinances and laws regarding alcohol related policies.
Engaging in this seminar will help to increase compliance of local laws and decrease incidences of alcohol related incidents.
P-CASA also used its local level data to expose the high number of Paterson establishments where youth under the age of 18 could buy tobacco products. The findings also showed the detrimental health effects of tobacco use on adolescents. With additional support from the Municipal Alliance Prevention Program MAPP , policy makers and community members, the age limit for purchasing tobacco in Paterson was raised to 21 years of age in As of November 1, , New Jersey raised the age limit of tobacco sales from 19 years old to 21 years old statewide.
As a result, P-CASA was able to help the community understand the issue, communicate the key points, and then mobilize the community to pass the following ordinances: Torres declined to answer questions on the curfew for this article.
These establishments are now suffering more than any other businesses, owners said. Quilvio Montesino, a voluble man who owns several late-night establishments in the curfew zones, said he has already laid-off 21 employees because of the ordinance. Whatever the actual economic loss, business owners and their employees wonder why they have to bear any of the financial burdens of the policy. The city rejected the appeal, and the case has now been passed to the Passaic County Superior Court.
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NJ city tries to stem crime by imposing business curfew. Jenny Calderon, center right, at a viewing service for her daughter, Genesis Rincon, 12, who was hit by a stray bullet in Paterson, New Jersey, in July The city has approved a business curfew in hopes of cutting violence without having to significantly expand policing.
Forensic markings are seen on the ground as a child runs by a cleaned up crime scene, Friday, June 28, , in Paterson, New Jersey. Authorities are looking for the person who shot and killed a suburban teenager, just hours after his high school graduation, during a trip to a high-crime neighborhood in Paterson.
Dino Elbeida of U. Chicken says he has lost 18 hours of work per week because of the curfew. Get email updates from Al Jazeera America. Sign up for our weekly newsletter Submit.
Remembers last Hallowe'en night, when two persons, Gray and his wife, slept in witness's house; had spirits there; saw an old woman in Burke's; stopped till her husband rose, and she asked him to go four and five o'clock in the morning ; saw Mr. Paterson come in shortly after the woman was murdered By the Count. Possible counter argument against liquor store owners PABES is a program that provides alcohol sellers in the city of Paterson with the necessary information . Asked for the chocolate wine and the woman pointed me straight to it. Okay .. Also if you work at store that sells liquor that is expensive you should probably know what the expensive stuff is not question it. 1 person voted . Bobwhite Counter.