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Bloomfield Police blotter

May 21

Jaime Hernandezhernade of Bloomfield was arrested for DWI.

65 Star Ledger newspapers were taken from a business at 37 Carteret St. before the store opened.

May 20

Ever Rojas, of Bloomfield, was arrested for DWI. May 19 A woman told police that her pocketbook was stolen from her cart while she shopped at the Marshall’s store, 12 Franklin St.

A 2003 Nissan was “keyed up” while parked at 307 Hoover Ave.

May 18

A 2006 Volvo was stolen from 351 Broad St.

A 2005 Dodge was found with its windshield shattered and its battery cables cut at 61 Bukowski Pl.

Arioste Moncion of Bloomfield was arrested for terroristic threats and possession of a weapon.

May 17

A Mac book laptop, motorcycle helmet and jacket were stolen from a 2007 Infi niti parked at 41 Lake St.

A GPS, CD’s and change were stolen from a 2011 Nissan parked at 185 N. 16th St.

May 16

A phone charger and pair of sunglasses were reported missing from a Volkswagen parked at 24 Grove St.

May 15

A black male approached three people as they walked in the vicinity of Parkway West and Fontaine Ave. After displaying a silver handgun, the victims were relieved of their property. The suspect entered a dark oldermodel Toyota reportedly driven by a black female. The suspect vehicle was last seen heading towards Watsessing Ave. Police are investigating.

An Ipod, cell phone and TGIF gift card were reported missing from an auto parked at 62 New St.

Shalonda Comer of Newark was arrested for Warrants.

A jacket, CD’s and change were taken from a 2006 Infiniti parked at 17 Grace St.

A woman reported numerous pieces of jewelry missing from her home at 50 Darling Ave.

A Vehicle was ransacked at 254 Franklin St. Nothing was reported missing.

Shardee Boyce, of Bloomfield, was arrested for simple assault, resisting arrest, and possession of CDS.

Michael Wang, of Livingston, was arrested for DWI.

May 14

A victim reported a laptop, paycheck and keys missing from an apartment at 272 Franklin St.

A 2008 Ford fl atbed truck with N.J. plates 7903DTC was stolen from Arlington Ave. Police are investigating.

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