Outstanding Warrants and More in The July Randolph Police Blotter
Thursday, July 31, 2014 • 11:22pm
July 1: Samuel P.George, 20, Randolph was arrested for an outstanding warrant out the Franklin Boro Municipal Court. George posted bail and was released.
July 1: Officer Brian Gallina responded to the Ironia Elementary School for a reported vandalism. Gallina observed a large section of an exterior window had been broken. Investigation to continue.
July 3: Officer Corey Czerniak took an identity theft report. The victim was contacted by Verizon asking if he had placed an order for two new cell phones. Verizon advised that the actor attempted to order two phones using his personal information. The Verizon representative became suspicious when a different shipping address from the account address was given. The victim did not order new phones.
July 3: Officer Jason DelTurco responded to Kmart for a shoplifting report. The loss prevention officer observed a female take several items and place them in her purse. The accused admitted to taking the items and turned them over to the store.
July 3: Officer Czerniak took a report of criminal mischief to a vehicle. The victim stated that an unknown actor had walked on her vehicle causing damage to the vehicles sunroof. The incident happened at the victim’s place of work.
July 5: Officer James Pritchard Jr. responded to Cherry Lane for the report of fireworks in the area. The call was a neighbor dispute about fireworks being set off that was upsetting their dogs and loud music playing. The accused stopped using the fireworks and advised that he would keep the noise down for the remainder of the party.
July 6: Officer Daniel Novoa took a report of a noise complaint from a business on Rt 10. The victim stated that her back yard backs up to a kennel and that the dogs bark excessively, creating a disturbance to her and her family. The township health department was notified of the complaint.
July 9: Officer Brian Gallina responded the County College of Morris for the report of possible drug paraphernalia found on campus. The director of Security turned the evidence over to our police department.
July 9: Officer Jason DelTurco responded to the Morris Habitat Restore for the report of a theft. The manager stated that a female had taken a piece of furniture from the store without paying for it. As a result of the investigation, Officer DelTurco was able to contact the female who took the furniture and the accused returned the furniture. Investigation to continue.
July 10: Mark E. Lewis, 23, Randolph was arrested for an outstanding warrant out of the Roxbury Municipal Court. Lewis posted bail and was released.
July 10: Officer Manlio Irula took a complaint of a person who did not pay a taxi fare. The taxicab driver reported that he transported a male from Denville to his home in Randolph. The client stated he didn’t have the money to pay the cab fare. The taxicab company agreed to allow the client to pay the outstanding fare the next day.
July 11: Officer Christopher Carbonaro responded to the Kmart Store for a shoplifting report. The Loss Prevention Officer witnessed a male leaving the store with unpaid merchandise. While on scene, Officer Carbonaro discovered the accused had two outstanding warrants. Robert C. Vanduyne, 26, Wharton was arrested for two outstanding warrants out of the Mt. Olive and Jefferson Municipal Courts. Vanduyne was unable to post bail and was turned over to the Mt. Olive Police for further processing.
July 11: Yashayra A. Laveraarias, 27, Roxbury was arrested for an outstanding warrant out of the Randolph Municipal Court. Laveraarias posted bail and was released.
July 11: Officer Brian Gallina took a report of fraud to a local business. The owner stated that he received a phone call from an individual named “Hector” from PSE&G. The called stated that the business was behind on its utility payments and the power would be shut off if payment of $1475.01 was not received. The owner contacted PSE&G and was advised the call was a scam.
July 11: Officer Christopher Carbonaro responded to a preschool on Quaker Church Rd. for the report of stolen equipment. The Director of the school advised that two “Little Tikes” ride on cars and an easel were stolen.
July 11: Officer Christopher Carbonaro responded to a business of Rt 10 for a report of aggravated assault with a weapon. The accused entered the kitchen and threatened an employee with a knife. Jorge H. Rodriguez, 45, Lk Hopatcong was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threats, weapon possession for an unlawful purpose and unlawful possession of a weapon. Rodriguez was unable to post bail and was transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility.
July 12: Officer Jason DelTurco responded to the Lukoil Gas Station for a report of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot with someone asleep in the driver’s seat. Upon further investigation, Yakov R. Shparber, 33 Chatham was arrested for possession of CDS, and receiving stolen property. Shparber was also issued summonses for possession of prescription drugs and drug paraphernalia and several motor vehicle summonses.
July 12: Gail R. Greenbaum, 49, Randolph was arrested for outstanding warrants out of the Morris Plains and Jersey City Municipal Courts. Greenbaum posted bail and was released.