NOVEMBER 5: Officer Keith Docwra located a 26-year-old male with an active criminal warrant issued out of the Paterson Municipal Court who was seated in the Oakland Municipal Court. The offender was arrested, processed, and later released on his own recognizances.
NOVEMBER 6: Officer Luis Gaviria investigated a burglary to a vehicle parked on Rutgers Drive. The complainant reported that the interior was disturbed but nothing had been removed from his unlocked vehicle. Report taken and matter forwarded to the Detective Bureau.
NOVEMBER 8: While on patrol Officer Michael Catenacci served an arrest warrant received from Wayne PD for an Oakland resident. The 35-year-old female offender was located at her residence on Arrowhead Rd and taken into custody without incident for processing. The offender was later released on her own recognizances. Officer Daniel Kern assisted.
NOVEMBER 13: Acting on a tip, Det Mark Piercy arrested a 38-year-old male outside of Starbucks who was listed as a Wanted Person out of Bergen County for child support. The offender was taken into custody, processed, and later turned over into the custody of the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department for final disposition.
NOVEMBER 15: While on patrol, Officer Bryan Rowin located a resident of the Ramapo Lodge who was listed as a Wanted Person out of Morris County for a probation violation. The 47-year-old male was taken into custody, processed, and later turned over into the custody of the Morris County Sheriff’s Department for final disposition.
NOVEMBER 21: While on patrol, Officer Bryan Rowin initiated a motor vehicle stop on I-287 for a moving violation which resulted in the arrest of two occupants, a 23-year-old female and a 31-year-old male, both residents of Oakland, NJ. The two rear passengers were recognized by the arresting officer and known to both have active criminal warrants for their arrest issued out of Fair Lawn, NJ. At the time of arrest the female offender was also found to be in possession of numerous crack pipes and charged accordingly. Both offenders were taken into custody without incident, processed, and later turned over to the Fair Lawn Police Department who responded to transport the offenders to the Bergen County Jail in lieu of bail. Officers Joseph Noury and Luis Gaviria assisted.
NOVEMBER 22: A resident from Sioux Ave reported being a victim of fraud after she discovered that her Verizon Wireless account was hacked and that all of her private information was modified and an unapproved iPhone purchase was made on the account. Report taken by Det Edward McDermott who handled the initial investigation.