Vineland Police for Oct. 3

October 4, 2014 Posted by admin

• Tina Payan, 33, of Miller Avenue, Millville and a 14-year-old female were arrested for shoplifting at Boscov’s on Tuesday. They were charged with shoplifting more than $440 worth of merchandise including 10 Yankee Candle products, Hugo Boss cologne and two sets of earrings.

• A resident of the first block of West Chestnut Avenue told police on Wednesday that his roommate moved out and accidentally left the door unlocked. Someone entered the residence and stole an Acer computer, jewelry and miscellaneous electronics, according to police reports.

• Fredrick A Ramirez, 51, of Garfield Street, Millville was arrested on Cumberland County warrant on Wednesday at the Boulevard and Butler Avenue and held in Cumberland County Jail.

• Laurie M. Hitchner, 36, of Main Street, Port Norris and Tabitha V. Tabinowski, 29, of North Wade Boulevard, Millville were arrested on Monday evening and charged with shoplifting at the RiteAid in the 2700 block of South Delsea Drive. The items reported shoplifted included Axe, Dove and Old Spice body wash and shampoo, valued at more than $60, according to police reports.

• A shop vac, tile saw, miter saw and compressor were reported stolen on Thursday from the 800 block of College Drive.

• Rendal Golden, 24, of Willingboro was arrested on Thursday on a warrant and held in Cumberland County Jail on $1,501 bail.

• Cumberland Christian School, in the 1100 block of West Sherman Avenue, reported a burglary took place on Sept. 21. The suspects are two boys, who appeared to be between 10 and 12 years old. Bubble gum, valued at 20 cents, was reported stolen, according to police reports.

• Police are investigating the theft of more than $1,100 worth of power tools and copper wiring from Joseph R. Delgado Inc., located in the 1800 block of Gallagher Drive. The theft was reported on Monday but a company official told police the theft occurred sometime during the weekend.

• A central air condenser unit, valued at $5,000, was reported stolen from outside a residence in the 1000 block of Almond Road on Monday. It appeared the suspect also tried to break into the home, police said.

• Craftsman tools, radios, oxygen and acetylene tanks with torch handles were reported stolen from Garton Riggins in the 3400 block of North Mill Road on Monday. The torch handles were later found on the south of the property.

• Anthony J. Latimore, 51, of the 300 block of Axtell Avenue was arrested on a Vineland Municipal Court warrant on Monday.

• A Temple Road resident reported someone smashed the window of his 2006 Nissan Altima and stole an iPod on Tuesday. Another Temple Road resident told police that someone also tried to break into 2005 Saab 97X, leaving pry marks on the vehicle.

• Scrap metal was reported stolen from Phil Desiere Electric in the 1300 block of Almond Road at various times. The theft, reported on Tuesday, was valued at $600.

• Shamrock Landscaping reported a Stihl backpack leaf blower was stolen from landscaping trailer at a job site at Highland Avenue and Greenwillows Drive on Wednesday. The subject was described as a heavy set Hispanic male 5 feet 9 inches tall wearing a white shirt. He got out of the passenger side of a black and white sports utility vehicle, which turned around in the street and picked him back up, the landscaping employee told police.

• An attempted burglary on Wednesday was reported in the 700 block of East Pear Street.

• Craig Lear, 32, of the 500 block of South East Boulevard was arrested on Wednesday and charged with shoplifting a pre-paid cellphone, valued at $99.99, from Kmart. Lear was also wanted on a Vineland Municipal Court summons.

• Zaire R. Murray, 21, of Woodbury was arrested at South Delsea and Korff drives on a Woodbury City Municipal Court warrant on Sunday. Murray was held in Cumberland County Jail on $550 bail.

• An iPhone 5S Gold, valued at $500, and its Otterbox case were reported stolen from an unsecured locker at Vineland High School South on Tuesday. A Vineland woman told police her son was at VHS football practice between 3 and 6 p.m. and when he returned to locker, the phone was gone.

• Ricky Ackley, 33, of the 400 block of North Sixth Street was arrested on Wednesday at Eighth Street and Landis Avenue on a no-bail Gloucester County warrant and held in Cumberland County jail.

Article source: http://www.thedailyjournal.com/story/news/crime/2014/10/03/vineland-police-oct/16650673/

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