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Bloomfield Police blotter

March 18

A 2004 truck and landscape trailer were broken into in the 200 block of Davey St. Five Red Pack leaf blowers and a snow bucket were taken.

A 2002 Chrysler with a New Jersey registration was broken into on Llewellyn Ave. An iPod and loose change were taken.

An attempted theft of a Ford with a New Jersey registration occurred in the 100 block of Morse Ave. A 2001 Kia, also with a New Jersey registration was tampered with in an attempted theft. Missing were a driver’s license and $40.

March 17

A motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian occurred on Broad St. at Eaton Place at 10 p.m. The pedestrian – a 78-year-old male from North Arlington – suffered hand, head and leg injuries. He was transported to UMDNJ. The driver, a 60-year-old female from New York, was not injured.

There were no summonses issued. The accident is presently under investigation by the Traffic Division. March 16 A 2005 Chrysler with a New Jersey registration was broken into while it was parked in the 300 block of Watchung Ave. The vehicle’s registration and owner’s manual were taken. Timothy Harris-Williams of East Orange was arrested for theft.

March 15

A 1996 Nissan with a New Jersey registration was stolen while parked in the 100 block of Glenwood Ave.

Freddy Ortiz-Hidalgo of Belleville was arrested for D.W.I.

Peter Aviles of Bloomfield was arrested for simple assault.

Sari Kaplan of Cedar Grove was arrested for simple assault.

Paul Power of Newark was arrested for warrants.

William Timmons of East Orange was arrested for warrants.

Marc Fluerimond of West Orange was arrested for warrants.

March 14

A woman told police that she placed her iPhone on a store counter at the 300 block of Bloomfield Ave. as she was waiting to check out. She then left, forgetting to take the phone. When she returned the phone was gone.

Christian Chirino of West New York was arrested for contempt.

March 13

A man told police that 30 newspapers were taken from the front of his store on the 100 block of Glenwood Ave.

A storeowner on Carteret St. reported 27 newspapers missing from the front of his shop.

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