Police Blotter: Larceny, Credit Fraud and Stolen Batteries
By Rebecca K. Abma
Midland Park Police
The following items were submitted by the Midland Park Police Department:
On April 30, the manager of a local supermarket reported to Sgt. Gregory Kasbarian and Officer Mark Berninger a larceny occurred in the past. He stated the actor placed two items in her purse while in the seafood section. The female then walked to the customer service desk and returned the items for store credit in the amount of $10.58. The case is under investigation.
On May 2, a Midland Park resident reported to Det. Sgt. John Gibbons fraudulent charges were made on his debit card. He stated an unknown person(s) used his debit card and withdrew $402.95 from his account. The case is under investigation.
On May 3, Officer Berninger took a larceny report from a Midland Park resident. She stated when she was at a local eatery she left her purse at the booth and went to use the restroom. When she returned she noticed her purse was tampered with and discovered subscriptions for medications; an I.D. card and a wallet, containing $20, were removed. The case is under investigation.
On May 7, two local businesses reported to Officer Berninger the theft of batteries. The first theft, valued at approximately $550.00, and the second one, valued at more than $970.00, occurred sometime overnight.