Harrison Police Blotter

Feb. 7

A vehicle parked in a private lot was broken into and a GPS unit was stolen.

A 2000 Honda Civic was stolen from a private parking lot at Second and Essex Sts.

Three cars were broken into while parked on Bergen St. under Rt. 280. A GPS unit was reported stolen from one of the vehicles.

Feb. 5

A patron passed two fake $20 bills at a local gas station. After paying for gas and leaving the station, the attendant realized that the two phony bills were folded up with two real $1 bills.

A vehicle parked on the 400 block of Hamilton St. was broken into during the night. The intruder got away with a GPS unit and textbooks.

Feb. 4

A N. Fifth St. resident reported that someone entered his unlocked vehicle during the night and removed cash from the glovebox.

Feb. 2

Police arrested Nathan Hulstrum, 24, of Kearny, on DWI charges after his vehicle hit a street light on Frank Rodgers Blvd. South. Hulstrum also received summonses charging him with careless driving and driving while suspended.

At 7:30 p.m. someone skateboarding grabbed the headphones off the head of a juvenile walking in the area of Hamilton St. and Kingsland Ave. and fled. The juvenile was unhurt. The headphones were valued at $350.

Juan Guarnizo, 27, of Newark, was arrested on shoplifting charges after police said he tried to walk out of a local business with eight soccer jerseys without paying. Police said Guarnizo was also wanted by Newark police on an outstanding warrant. Guarnizo was released pending separate court appearances.

Angela Perez, 21, of Harrison, was arrested after police said they discovered a hypodermic syringe and five packets of heroin among items that Perez reportedly left in a relative’s home. She was released pending a court appearance.

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