Tuesday, Sept. 10—Montclair police officers took custody of a 32-year-old Montclair resident from the Elizabeth Police Department after it was determined that he had a warrant issued by Montclair. 
Tuesday, Sept. 10—A 25-year-old from West Orange was arrested on Bloomfield Avenue and charged with driving while intoxicated. 
Wednesday, Sept. 11—A 21-year-old from Montclair was arrested on Park Street and charged with driving while intoxicated. 
Sunday, Sept. 15—A 32-year-old New York resident was arrested on Bloomfield Avenue after it was learned that he had an outstanding warrant issued by Montclair. 


Tuesday, Sept. 10— A Claremont Avenue resident reported that a 2019 Ford Edge was stolen from the side of her residence. The vehicle was later recovered in the area of 15th Avenue in Newark. 
Tuesday, Sept. 10—A resident of a Washington Avenue apartment building reported that a package containing over $230 in clothing was stolen from the doorstep. 
Wednesday, Sept. 11—A  2004 Suzuki GSX Hayabusa motorcycle was stolen from Union Street sometime between the night of Sept. 10 and the evening of Sept. 11. 
Friday, Sept. 13—An employee at Ani Ramen reported that an iPod Touch, valued at $110, was stolen from a countertop. 
Sunday, Sept. 15—A Kia Optima was rummaged through on Hawthorne Place, and a flight bag containing a credit card swipe machine was stolen. 
Sunday, Sept. 15—A Valley Road resident reported that a men’s Giant road bicycle, valued at $400, was stolen from his backyard sometime over the previous two weeks.


Thursday, Sept. 12—A 26-year-old woman reported that when she was walking on the Fairway, a black SUV pulled up to her with the driver attempting to get her attention. The driver then repeatedly offered the complainant money in exchange for sex. The male drove off when the woman said she was going to take his photograph with her cell phone. 


Friday, Sept. 13—An employee at a North Willow Street establishment reported that someone attempted to gain access to the parking attendant stand sometime between the evening of Sept. 12 and the morning of Sept.13. Two windows to the stand were damaged, and damage to the door was consistent with someone attempting to pry their way in.

The police blotter is provided to Montclair Local at the discretion of the Montclair Police Department, and may not reflect the complete scope of police activity. Any incidents described are merely allegations, and any persons mentioned in the blotter are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The MPD encourages anyone who wishes to report criminal or suspicious activity, or who has information pertaining to an ongoing investigation, to call 973-744-1234. In an emergency, residents are urged to call 911.