Commercial and Residential Burglaries
A business on the 160 block of Glenwood Avenue was broken into and sneakers, jeans, shoes and a change box was reported stolen.
An apartment on the 50 block of Monroe Place was broken into and two computers, two backpacks, a wallet containing credit cards and passports were reported missing.
A business on the 1400 block of Broad Street was broken into and three Dell laptops were reported stolen.
A home on the 200 block Jerome Place was broken into and a flat screen computer monitor and jewelry were reported stolen.
A 2004 Jeep Liberty was reported stolen between 7 p.m. Wednesday and 7:20 a.m. Thursday from the 200 block of North 16 Street.
A 1995 Dodge was reported stolen from the 100 block of Essex Avenue.
A 1997 Acura was reported stolen between 11:30 p.m. Sunday and 3 a.m. Monday from the 300 block of Berkeley Avenue.
Attempt Theft Of Vehicles
An unknown person allegedly tried to steal a 2001 Ford Van parked on Collins Avenue. There was damage to both door locks and the ignition.
Theft From Vehicles
A vehicle on the 200 block of North 15 Street was broken into and a GPS system was reported stolen.
The rear window of a vehicle parked on the 200 block of North 16 Street was reported broken. Nothing was reported missing.
A vehicle parked on Westinghouse Plaza had a window smashed in by a rock between 6:20 a.m. and 7:10 a.m. A cell phone, handbag, MP3 player and wallet was reported stolen.
Used cooking oil was removed from a storage tank in the back of the IHOP on 1129 Broad St.
An unknown man ordered $50 worth of food from the State Street Diner at 9 State St. and left without paying.
Two victims reported being threatened and robbed of money and passports at the intersection of Berkley Avenue and Fairview Place.
The two suspects, who carried handguns, were described as African-American men traveling in a turquoise Crown Victoria car.
A man was threatened and robbed around 9:45 a.m. as he left a dialysis center by Belleville and Williamson avenues. The victim told police the suspect approached him from behind, stuck an object into his back, demanded a wallet then fled.
The suspect is described as African-American man in his 30s, 5-foot, 6-inches tall, with a medium skin tone.
Anyone with information should call the Bloomfield police at (973) 680-4100.
A tire was slashed on a vehicle parked on 15 Ward St.
A woman reported that someone attempted to remove the headlights of her car and damage it while the vehicle was parked on Maolis Avenue and Thomas Street.
A vehicle was reported damaged while parked on Columbus Street.
A resident reported someone threw a rock through a bay window of a home on the 100 block of Liberty Street.
A car tire was slashed on a vehicle parked at 357 Broad St. July 29
The rear window of a vehicle was broken while it was parked on the 200 block of North 16 Street.
July 29 A front door window was reported broken from a home on the 30 block of Bloomfield Avenue.
The letters "APALP" were written in black magic marker on the door of a business on 5 Maolis Avenue.
A resident of Brookdale Gardens reported someone threw eggs on his parked vehicle.
A woman reported someone threw a brick through her vehicle's back window while it was parked on Columbus Avenue.
Hertilus Duvelsaint of East Orange was arrested for theft and receiving stolen property.
Wali Nails, of Bloomfield was arrested for outstanding warrants.
Elmwood Eley of West Orange was arrested for robbery.
James Boyne of Bloomfield was arrested for disorderly conduct.
William T. McGuire of East Orange was arrested for possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Phong Nguyen of Bloomfield was arrested for contempt.
Michael Malia of Bloomfield was arrested for driving while under the influence.
Robert Olivares of Bloomfield was arrested for simple assault.
Roger Robinson of Bloomfield was arrested for obstruction and resisting arrest.
Derek V. Gaters, of North Arlington, was arrested for outstanding warrants.
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