The third member of a Belleville trio suspected in the vandalism of vehicles at a Kearny trucking company was arrested last week on charges of bias intimidation, criminal mischief and conspiracy, Kearny Police Chief John Dowie reported.
Adonis Giron, 20, turned himself in at KPD headquarters Oct. 15 after being contacted by Det. Michael Gonzalez, chief investigator on the case, Dowie said.
His bail was set at $25,000, and he was subsequently released after posting 10%, authorities reported,
The previous week, Gonzalez and Det. John Plaugic had arrested Frederick Vangeldren, 26, and Akim Dolor, 24, both also of Belleville, in connection with the incident at Star City trucking on Third St. in Kearny.
On the morning of Oct. 3, a company manager had discovered four trucks vandalized, two of them spray-painted with swastikas. Police said Star City’s owner is Jewish.
Vangeldren and Dolor face the same charges as Giron.
Dowie noted that Gonzalez had developed the suspects after viewing security videos in the neighborhood.
All reports connected with the case have been forwarded to the state Bias Crimes Unit
– Karen Zautyk