New Providence Police Investigating Jewelry Theft from Gold Court Residence
The following arrest information was provided by the New Providence Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
This release was provided by the New Providence Police Department.
New Providence police activity:
02-01-2013- A resident of Second Street reported that her ring was stolen from her residence. The theft is being investigated by the New Providence Detective Bureau.
02-05-2013- A resident of South Street reported that he received a phone call from his bank indicating that someone attempted to wire transfer $9,680.00 from a credit card to his checking account. The victim indicated that he also received several credit cards and bills in the mail that were fraudulent. The victim did not know where his information was stolen from. The identity theft is currently under investigation by the detective bureau.
02-07-2013- A manager of a business on Central Avenue reported the theft of four Android tablets between 5:00 pm on November 5 and 3:00 pm on November 6. The theft is being investigated by the detective bureau.
02-13-2013- A resident of Gold Court reported $4,800.00 worth of jewelry stolen from her residence. The theft is currently under investigation by the detective bureau.
02-14-2013- A resident of Runnymede Parkway reported that her vehicle was burglarized between 6:00 pm on February 13 and 8:50 am on February 14. No items were reported missing. The crime is under investigation by the detective bureau.
02-14-2013- A resident of Laurel Drive reported his IPad was stolen from the high school between 4:00 pm on February 13and 4:45 pm on February 14. The theft is being investigated by the detective bureau.
02-15-2013- Patrolman Andrew Diamond charged Anthony Juleus, age 42, of Lakewood with operating a vehicle while his license was suspended and also for operating a vehicle with a suspended registration after a random license plate inquiry revealed the suspensions. He was charged and given a mandatory municipal court date.