Police Blotter: Bad Checks, Stolen Rings
The following police blotter items were submitted to the Midland Park Press by the Midland Park Police Department:
On May 30, Det. Sgt. John Gibbons charged an Upper Saddle River resident with issuing a bad check. The check, amounting to more than $2,270, was given to a local business owner for the purchase of a chainsaw and related items. The defendant is to appear in the Midland Park Municipal Court.
On May 30, Det. Sgt. John Gibbons charged a 24-year-old female resident of Paterson for stealing rings. On May 7, a Midland Park resident reported two of his wife’s rings were stolen from his home while they were away. During the course of the investigation, police determined the rings, valued at approximately $3,000, were allegedly taken by a friend of his daughters while she was visiting their home on April 21. She was given a date to appear in the Midland Park Municipal Court. Chief Michael Marra assisted in the investigation.
On June 2, a business owner reported to Officer Kenneth Junta she received three checks from a company in Niagara Falls which were returned for insufficient funds. The checks, amounting to $2,200, were for merchandise which was purchased over the internet. The case was referred to the Detective Bureau.