Randolph Police Blotter: Wrapping Up May
Saturday, June 7, 2014 • 11:58pm
May 24: Officer Christopher Carbonaro took a report of a fraud complaint. The victim stated that $200 was missing from her checking account. Her bank determined that an electronic check was forged.
May 24: Officer Giacomo Greco responded to the A & P Shopping center for a disturbance. The parties involved were arguing over parking in the “No Parking” area in front of the Laundromat. Both parties were advised that they were parked in a “No Parking” zone and that they cannot leave their vehicles there for any amount of time.
May 26: Zakkour K. Hilal, 29, Livingston was arrested for an ATS Warrant out of Newark. Hilal posted bail and was released.
May 27: Detective Kevin Clark responded to the Apple Montessori School for a dumping complaint. The Director of the school advised someone had put a wooden pallet inside the dumpster.
May 27: Officer Jeff Goral responded to Chambers Place on the report of a solicitor. The accused was soliciting business for “Terminix” He stated he did not have a permit and would cease soliciting.
May 27: Sgt. Garry Moore responded to Everdale Rd for the report of a motor vehicle crash. While speaking to the driver, Sgt Moore detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his breath. Upon further investigation, Keith Massey, 52, Beaver Falls, PA was arrested for DWI and also for an outstanding warrant out of the Municipal Court of Newark. Massey was also issued a summons for reckless driving.
May 27: Kenneth G. Abato, 47, Randolph was arrested and served with a complaint summons issued by the River Vale Twp. Municipal Court.
May 28: Corey Czerniak took a report of a stolen cell phone from a vehicle at the Morris County After Care Center. The victim stated she left her vehicle unlocked while she was at the center.
May 29: Officer Corey Czerniak took a report of a suspicious phone call. The victim stated the caller identified himself as being from the “IRS”. He gave a call back phone number 202-459-0975 and requested that the victim’s wife call him back. The victim realized the call was a scam and ended the call.
May 30: Officer Manlio Irula responded to the Randolph Village Apartments for a report of a burglary to an auto. The victim stated that her vehicle had been broken into and several items were removed. The Morris County Sheriff’s Office responded to process the vehicle.